We are about ``Knowing Jesus and Making Him Fully Known.``
You may wonder who Seventh-day Adventists are as you see the name inscribed on one of the churches in your neighborhood or when you visit one of our hospitals. What does this name mean? Who are those people?
To begin with, Seventh-day Adventists are a Christian faith community. If you meet a Seventh-day Adventist or visit an Adventist church, you will discover a people who base their faith in Jesus and are serious about what the Bible teaches. The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a Protestant denomination with more than 21 million members worldwide. As the name suggests, Adventists believe in the soon return of Jesus and in worshipping on the seventh day of the week. For more information about Seventh-day Adventist Church and its mission, visit https://www.adventist.org/en/.
A fellow Christian clergyman, describing how he views Seventh-day Adventists, once said that while his church is busy with stuff, Seventh-day Adventists are about God’s mission. “That’s why you are growing,” he remarked. Seventh-day Adventists are about Christ’s mission to the world, which appears to be struggling with its future and survival. We call it “the time of the end.” We are mission-minded, a people who desire to live love, as Christ taught us.
As our vision-mission expresses, the Rocky Mountain Conference is about seeing that “every life [is] transformed by Jesus for eternity.” We are about “knowing Jesus and making Him fully known.” Our various departments and activities are driven by a set of values – collaboration, diversity, relevance and integrity. We pray that our faithfulness to God might be demonstrated in the many people we see and meet being introduced to Jesus and His love for this world.
These Web pages are an introduction to the Rocky Mountain Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and will also introduce our church members to the staff and activities of our Denver office.