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Seventh-day Adventist Church, Guyana Conference

Years of Existence
126 years (since January, 1887) 
Mission Status  
Gained in 1945

Conference Status
Gained in 1976

The entire country of Guyana (with a land mass of 214,969 sq. kilometers or 82,999 sq. miles)

The Organization
The Guyana Conference consists of  over 50,000 believers who are distributed in 210 congregations that are organized into 25 pastoral districts. We are part of the Caribbean Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists which stretches from St Croix in the north to Suriname in the South. The Caribbean Union is a part of the Inter-American Division, which is a segment of the world body referred to as the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

Church Services
Services are held on Saturdays, the Bible Sabbath. Sabbath School for all ages begins at 9:15 a.m., the worship service at 11:00 a.m., and the meeting of Adventist youth on Saturday afternoons at around 4:00p.m. In addition, there is the Sunday night evangelistic meeting and the Wednesday night prayer meeting.
Contact Information
Office Address:   222 Peter Rose & Lance Gibbs Streets, Queenstown, Georgetown, Guyana

Mailing Address:   P.O. Box 10191, Georgetown, Guyana

Telephone Numbers:
  Switchboard:  592-226-7702, 592-226-3302, 592-226-3313
  Secretariat:  592-227-1893
  Treasury:  592-226-7691
  Presidency:  592-226-5745
  Communication:  592-223-8143
  Adventist Book Centre:  592-226-5768,  592-225-4751
  Maranatha Press:  592-226-0164
  Guest House:  592-223-5776

Fax Number:   592-223-8142

Email Address:   info@guyanaconference.org

Website:   www.guyanaconference.org

Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA)

Ministries & Services
Adventist Book Centre (managed by Gavin Houston)
Community Services (directed by Jumoul Sancho)
Global Mission

Legal Association
The Incorporated Trustees of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Guyana
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