The Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement is a worldwide religious body, of over 45,000 members and active in more than 130 countries around the globe.
First organized in 1925, the Movement represents a body of people united to proclaim the Everlasting Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. We believe the Bible—God’s written word to mankind—declares the imminent return of Christ in glory and we are seeking to prepare a people for that great event. (Revelation 14:6-12; 18:1-4). Comprehensive information on our beliefs can be found on our Beliefs page.
The Australasian Union Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement is a constituent unit of the General Conference, the world governing body of the movement, and provides administrative and operational support to the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement within Australia and New Zealand.
Click to read some history of the Reform Movement in Australia.
Further information about the organisation as a whole can be found at our General Conference web site.