Welcome to the First Adventist Church at Washington, New Hampshire and Home of the Sabbath Trail.

You can now sign up for the Washington Church Email Newsletter, click HERE!

Closing for the season on October 27.

Sabbath School and Church Services are held the first Sabbath in May through the last Sabbath in October.  See our Sabbath Activities Calendar for the churches that may be hosting our services each week. 

Sabbath School starts at 10:00 AM
Worship Service starts at 11:30 AM

Fellowship dinner under the Pavilion

Cemetery Tour  2:00 PM

Sabbath school is open to all who wish to attend. Many Adventist churches follow the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide. 

If your church is interested in hosting a Sabbath Service this season, please contact us.

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

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.  ~  Ken Brummel

Before Coming to Washington Church for Sabbath Services

When you plan your visit, remember to check our Visiting and Tours page for all the news and directions you will need.

Please visit and join our Facebook Group or LIKE our Facebook Page, where we share updates about King Street and it's accessibility.

The road is closed during the winter and during "Mud Season".  If you visit and the road is closed you have to park at the end of King Street and walk in. We post on Facebook whether the road is closed or what weight limits are allowed on the road. 

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 Special Projects page.  The Northern New England Conference is our treasurer and will provide receipts as needed.