In 1926, The Clarke, Hawkins and Edwards families started a branch Sabbath School in their own homes in the city of Bridgeport, CT. On December 2, 1933 the group was organized into Calvary Seventh-day Adventist Church with Pastor Wellington Clarke as the first pastor.
As the congregation grew, the church had to move from one location to another. The congregation kept growing and so, under the leadership of Pastor Charles Eaton, and Pastor Singleton, Conference President, the land where the church now stands was purchased. With much sacrifice by each member, Calvary Seventh-day Adventist Church was completed in 1966 and the congregation was able to move into their new and current house of worship.
The universal church is composed of all who truly believe in Christ. In the last days in a time of widespread apostasy, a remnant has been called out who keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus. This remnant announces the arrival of the judgment hour, proclaims salvation through Christ and heralds the approach of His second advent. This proclamation is symbolized by the three angels of Revelation 14 and coincides with the work of judgement in heaven and results in a work of repentance and reform on earth. Every believer is called to have a personal part in this worldwide witness.
The mission of Calvary Seventh-day Adventist Church is to call all people to become disciples of Jesus Christ and proclaim the everlasting gospel embraced by the three angels’ messages (Revelation 14: 6-12), and to prepare the world for Christ’s soon return.
We are guided by bible and the Holy Spirit. Calvary Seventh-day Adventist Church pursues this mission through christ-like living, communicating, discipling, teaching, healing and serving.
In harmony with Bible revelation, Calvary Seventh-day Adventist Church see as the climax of God’s plan the restoration of all his creation to full harmony with his perfect will and righteousness.
About Seventh-day Adventists
Adventists believe a Trinity of three persons--the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit--make up one God. They made salvation possible when Jesus, the Son, came to earth as a baby in Bethlehem and lived a sinless life in accordance with the Father's will. When Jesus was crucified for the sins of the people of the world and arose from the dead on the third day, victory was won for everyone. More >>
What Seventh-day Adventists Believe
As a Christian church, Seventh-day Adventists are a faith community rooted in the beliefs described by the Holy Scriptures. Adventists describe these beliefs in the following ways: More >>
Fundamental Beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
Seventh-day Adventists accept the Bible as their only creed and hold certain fundamental beliefs to be the teaching of the Holy Scriptures. These beliefs, as set forth here, constitute the church's understanding and expression of the teaching of Scripture. More >>