Church of God (Seventh Day), Denver, Colorado

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Denominational Profile

Notes

The Church of God (Seventh Day) is a sabbatarian church representative of those Adventists of the mid-nineteenth century who rejected the visions and messages of Ellen G. White (founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church). Both groups worship on the Sabbath.

Membership Data

Year Clergy Churches Members
1952 48 106 3,000
1953 - 110 3,500
1954 48 110 3,500
1955 - 124 3,750
1956 - 125 4,000
1957 - 130 4,300
1959 85 124 3,800
1960 81 123 3,900
1962 50 91 4,000
1964 76 56 5,500
1974 103 98 5,600
1976 110 104 8,000
1980 106 120 3,940
1981 111 124 4,431
1982 114 125 4,875
1983 121 125 5,249
1984 123 130 5,560
1985 83 135 5,830
1986 92 135 6,178
1987 100 135 6,478
1990 132 153 5,749
1993 130 168 5,500
1994 125 160 5,700
1995 131 161 6,000
1996 120 170 6,500
1997 123 175 10,000
1999 122 185 11,000
2000 130 200 11,000
2001 130 200 11,000
2008 130 210 11,000

Data were taken from the National Council of Churches' Historic Archive CD and recent editions of the Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches. Denomination descriptions provided by Dr. J. Gordon Melton, Director, Institute for the Study of American Religion (ISAR). [More information on data sources]