The Birthplace of the
Seventh-day Adventist Church


At the end of October we will close the facility.  The modern restrooms may close earlier if we have to protect them from freezing. Each Sabbath at 2:00 p.m. we will have a "Cemetery Tour" at 2:00 p.m.

Washington Seventh-day Adventist Church
 October 22, 2016
Sabbath School 10:00 a.m.
Worship: 11:30 a.m.
For  Sabbath School, Ken Brummel, site director,  will be leading a Bible Study using the William Miller Bible Study method.  He has spoken many times about how to study the Bible using the William Miller Bible Study method. He points out that William Miller actually found Jesus’ method for studying the Scripture as noted in Luke 24:27:  “ And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, He expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself.”   Adventists have studied  Scripture by starting at Genesis and then going through the Bible in order to Revelation to find every text on a topic.
Participants will share in a study on the phrase “Fire from Heaven” from Revelation 13 using sticky
notes on the wall. When all the texts on this topic have been found, they will be compared and contrasted with the Revelation 13 setting to understand God’s prophecy for the church.   
Participants are encouraged to bring electronic devices with Bible search programs, that do not need to be plugged in. 

For Worship, the 1863 chart will be used to show the prophecies that led to the Great Disappointment followed by a look at the prophecies that led to the Birth and Mission of the Adventist Church. 
A potluck will follow the church service.
The regular cemetery tour will take place about 2:00 p.m.


October 29: Closing Sabbath.  We have two tour groups joining us for the day.  

2017 Preview: 
Opening Sabbath: May 6
Workbees the Second Sunday of the Month from June to September.  June 11, July 9, August 13, September10. 
Annual Meeting: Tentatively Returns to the third Sabbath of August; August 19.
Churches Hosting Sabbath Services: Next year's dates can be reserved if your church is interested in hosting a Sabbath at the church. 

Conference Communication leaders and bulletin secretaries:    Go to the "Contact Us" page. Look at the right hand side of the page for a link. Photos on this page are approved for use by you.  These photos do not have copyrights that we would need to seek approval before use. 

History Tours: When Marsha and I are at the church we will be happy to share the church history with visitors. Cemetery Tours, with stories of the pioneers buried there, take place each Sabbath afternoon we are at the church. For larger groups we offer multiple tours to make it more personal.    Our plan is to be at Washington each Sabbath. Come join us for the can't miss portion of any New England Adventist History tour.    

Site Director: Ken Brummel

September 2015 Atlantic Union Gleaner.
n the inside front cover, there is a photo of Site Director, Ken Brummel, as he shares information about stage two of the pavilion project.
On page 9 you will find the article "Atlantic Union Conference Visits Historic Church" by Debra McKinney Banks. There you will find more photos of Ken and Marsha Brummel, and of the Union officers. 
On page 16, there is a second article featuring the Washington Church, called "Finding Peace Where Adventism Began" by Scott Christiansen. The article shares information about the 2015 Annual Session meeting held on August 1st, with guest speaker Johathan Duffy, president of ADRA.
If you missed these articles, or are located outside the Atlantic Union, you can read them by clicking this link, and downloading the PDF file of this issue.

Pavilion Project:
We have completed Stage 1 of the Pavilion project. We have a roof  and a floor.  We need to raise funds for Stage 2. This is the triangle gable ends of the building, the netting on the rafters to prevent birds from nesting there, storage, 15 picnic tables and bug netting for the sides. We will then move on to the cemetery project. If you want to help with these projects to make the site nicer for visitors please go to our donation page.  The NNEC is our treasurer and will provide receipts as needed. 

As an inspirational, historic site owned by the Northern New England Conference (NNEC) of Seventh-day Adventists, we have services each Sabbath (Saturday) from the first Sabbath in May until the last Sabbath in October. The support of the area churches that hold Sabbath services at this idylic facility are what make this opportunity possible.

Sabbath School starts at 10:00 a.m. and the Worship Service starts at 11:30 a.m.
If your church is interested in hosting a Sabbath Service in this beautiful location with a rich history, please contact us.

Questions about the Washington, New Hampshire SDA Church may be directed to Ken Brummel, Site Director, at or by calling 603 542 0654.



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