The Seventh-day Adventist Church was born after the Great Disappointment of October 22, 1844. On that day, we remember our roots and the heritage that the pioneers of the movement we belong to left us.
Each year on a Sabbath closest to October 22, Seventh-day Adventist churches all around the world celebrate the Adventist Heritage Sabbath. This day is a time to draw closer to Jesus and connect with our spiritual roots as Seventh-day Adventists. Churches also use this day as an opportunity to see how God has led in the past and apply in their lives the lessons learned. It is also an opportunity to fellowship together. This year we are celebrating this special day on Sabbath, October 20.
You can access material and resources for the Adventist Heritage Sabbath at ellenwhite.org