Seventh-Day Adventist Yearbook

(1883–1894, 1904– ; printed annually by RH for the General Conference; file in Seventh-day Adventist libraries and archives). The church’s world directory of organizations, institutions, and workers, containing these sections: fundamental beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists; General Conference Constitution and Bylaws; organizational listings of the General Conference and its departments and miscellaneous services, of all church units throughout the world, and of institutions; necrology; directories of institutional workers and general workers; and listings of GC presidents, secretaries, and treasurers. The first Yearbook resulted from an action of the General Conference Committee at its twenty-first session in December 1882. A later announcement of its issuance stated that it “contai...

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

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