North Dakota Conference (Jamestown, North Dakota, US)

The unit of church organization that comprised the territory of the state of North Dakota. Statistics (1981): churches, 45; members, 3,316; ordained ministers, 19; licensed ministers, 15; elementary schools, 6; elementary teachers, 10. Headquarters: 1315 Fourth Street Northeast, Jamestown, North Dakota. The conference formed a part of the Northern Union Conference. History. Beginnings of the Work in the Area . Apparently the first Seventh-day Adventists in the North Dakota area were members who had moved in from elsewhere. By late 1883 the General Conference was concerned about sending an evangelist to the region served by the Northern Pacific Railway (the first railway to enter North Dakota, which had reached to Bismarck by 1873 and had crossed into Montana by 1881). In the summer of 1884...

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

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1315 Fourth Street Northeast
Jamestown, ND
United States