Seventh-day Adventist Church in Nigeria

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The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a major Christian denomination with a significant presence in Nigeria with over 239,104 members as of June 30, 2017. The Seventh-day Adventist Church splits Nigeria into three unions.[1][2][3]

Sub Fields[edit]

  • Eastern Nigerian Union Conference website
    • Aba East Conference
    • Aba North Conference
    • Aba South Conference
    • Abia North-Central Conference
    • Akwa Ibom Conference
    • Anambra Mission
    • Bayelsa Mission
    • Cross River Conference
    • Ebonyi Conference
    • Enugu Conference
    • Imo Conference
    • Port Harcourt Conference
    • Rivers East Conference
    • Rivers West Conference
  • Northern Nigerian Union Conference
    • North Central Nigeria Conference
    • North East Nigeria Conference
    • North West Nigeria Conference
  • Western Nigeria Union Conference
    • Delta Conference
    • Edo Conference
    • Ekiti Conference
    • Kogi Region
    • Kwara Conference
    • Lagos Atlantic Conference
    • Lagos Mainland Conference
    • Ogun Conference
    • Ondo Mission
    • Osun Conference
    • Oyo Conference

Social works[edit]

The Seventh-day Adventist Church operates four hospitals and 17 clinics in Nigeria named Inisa Community Medical Centre; Jengre Seventh-day Adventist Hospital; Seventh-day Adventist Hospital and Motherless Babies' Home, ABA; Seventh-day Adventist Hospital Ile-Ife; Aiyetoro Ekiti Medical Centre; Gbongan Adventist Health Centre; Ilishan-Remo Adventist Health Centre; Ramin Kura Health Centre; Ubakala Adventist Health Centre; Maigamo Dispensary; Edeoha Community Rehabilitation Center; Jengre Veterinary Clinic; Seventh-day Adventist Veterinary Clinic; Arum Tumara Clinic; Gurum Clinic; Kayarda Clinic; Kurgwi Clinic; Massenge Clinic; Salingo Clinic; Tirwum Clinic & Tshohon Yadi Clinic.[4]The Seventh-day Adventist Church operates one school of higher learning named Babcock University.[5]There is also a second Seventh-day Adventist school of higher learning that is independently owned called Adeleke University.



  1. ^ Adventist Directory Retrieved June 28, 2017
  2. ^ Adventist Directory Retrieved June 28, 2018
  3. ^ Adventist Directory Retrieved June 28, 2018
  4. ^ Adventist Yearbook Retrieved June 28, 2018
  5. ^ Adventist Yearbook Retrieved June 28, 2018

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