Central European Conference

An organizational unit formed in the late 1880s (first listed in the 1889 Yearbook ) to supervise the Seventh-day Adventist work in Eastern, Western, Southern, and Central Europe, in the Middle East, and in North Africa. In 1891, after Germany and Eastern and Southeastern Europe territories and the Middle East were separated from it, the conference comprised the West European countries that are now in the Euro-Africa Division. In 1902 it was reorganized into the Latin Union.

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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