May through October
153 King Street
Schedule of Speakers for 2014
Directions to the Washington Church
If any group or person would like to schedule the use of the church or has questions about visiting the church, please contact Pastor Ken Brummel.
Washington Church Annual MeetingSabbath, August 16, 2014
Sabbath School starts at 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service follows at 11:30 a.m.
A fellowship potluck will be available to join, and an afternoon service starts at 2:30 p.m.
Mark you calendars for this event.
Speaker: Gary Councell
DIRECTOR / ECCLESIASTICAL ENDORSER
ADVENTIST CHAPLAINCY MINISTRIES
General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
* General Maintainance Cost: $5,000-$7,000 each year.
* Pavilion: $20,000 of which $10,000 is on hand. This will be built in the woods between the church and the parking lot. It will replace the tent building by the cemetery. It will have a metal roof, storage for tables, chairs, grill and other picnic supplies and have a velcro netting system for the black fly and mosquitos. We will start construction when the funds are in place. Pavilion overflow funds will go into General Maintainance unless otherwise directed.
* Cemetery: $4,000 initially to repair cemetery markers.
* Feasibility Study: $17,500 to determine NAD lay support for a vistor center/museum/year-round facility or a larger retreat center at Washington NH Church.
New Hampshire Public Radio Feature
"Marking History: Birthplace Of The Seventh-Day Adventist Church In Washington"
Monadnock Shopper News February 5, 2014 PDF
Adventist Review: Route to Roots
Northern New England Conference (NNEC) Members can give an offering to the church using the NNEC Tithe envelope. Mark the envelope under the NNEC Conference Portion "Washington" for General Maintainance; "Washington-Pavilion" for the Pavilion; "Washington-Cemetery" for cemetery repairs; "Washington-Feasibility" for the Feasibility study.
Washington Church History
William & His Twenty-Two
Washington Church Cemetery
Washington, NH Historical Society
Town of Washington NH
The Sabbath TrailThe Trail is always open to visitors, however, during the cold weather months it may be necessary to hike in from Faxon Hill Road.
If you cannot visit in person, you can visit the Sabbath Trail at
There will be several work bees this summer to address the various projects that will be going on. We will be having a day or two with a large chipper to help clean up the Sabbath Trail. Check back for dates or join our Facebook Group below and keep up to date there!
Pioneer Junior Academy is using its greenhouse to grow deer resistant perennial and annual seedlings for the Sabbath Trail sites. These will be ready around Memorial Day.
© 2008 - 2014
All Rights Reserved
Washington, New Hampshire
Seventh-day Adventist Church
153 King Street
PO Box 175
Washington, NH 03280
(King Street is not maintained for winter travel)
LIKE us on Facebook!
Join our Facebook GROUP
Designed by Sandy Cheney|
Photo credits: Edward Runnals and Andy Cheney
Hosted by http://www.netadventist.org/
Last Revised: April 14, 2014