South American Division of Seventh-day Adventists

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South American Division of Seventh-day Adventists
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Type Religious/Non-Profit
Location
Region served
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay
President
Erton Kohler
Parent organization
General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Website www.portaladventista.org

The South American Division of Seventh-day Adventists is a sub-entity of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, which oversees the Church's work in most of South America, which includes the nations of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Its headquarters is in Brasilia, Brazil. The Division membership as of June 30, 2017 is 2,502,153[1]

Unions; Conferences & Missions

The South American Division is divided into four Union Conferences, ten Union Missions, and two Union of Churches Missions. These are divided into Local Conferences and Missions.

  • Argentina Union Conference
    • Buenos Aires Conference
    • Central Argentine Conference
    • Central West Argentine Mission
    • North Argentine Conference
    • Northwest Argentine Mission
    • South Argentine Conference
  • Bolivia Union Mission
    • Central Bolivia Mission
    • East Bolivia Mission
    • West Bolivia Mission
  • Central Brazil Union Conference
    • Central São Paulo Conference
    • East São Paulo Conference
    • São Paulo Conference
    • São Paulo Valley Conference
    • South São Paulo Conference
    • Southeast Sao Paulo Conference
    • Southwest São Paulo Conference
    • West São Paulo Conference
  • Chile Union Mission
    • Central Chile Mission
    • Central South Chile Conference
    • Metropolitan Chile Conference
    • North Chile Conference
    • Pacific Chile Mission
    • South Austral Chile Conference
    • South Metropolitan Chile Mission
  • East Brazil Union Mission
    • Bahia Conference
    • Central Bahia Conference
    • North Bahia Mission
    • Sergipe Mission
    • South Bahia Conference
    • Southwest Bahia Mission
  • Ecuador Union Mission
    • North Ecuador Mission
    • South Ecuador Mission
  • North Brazil Union Mission
    • Maranhao Conference
    • North Para Conference
    • Para-Amapa Mission
    • South Maranhao Mission
    • South Para Conference
    • West Para Mission
  • North Peru Union Mission
    • East Central Peru Conference
    • North Pacific Conference
    • North Peru Mission
    • Northeast Peru Mission
    • West Central Peru Mission
  • Northeast Brazil Union Mission
    • Alagaos Mission
    • Ceara Conference
    • Central Pernambuco Mission
    • Northeast Brazil Mission
    • Pernambuco Conference
    • Piaui Mission
  • Northwest Brazil Union Mission
    • Amazonas-Roraima Conference
    • Central Amazon Conference
    • South Rondonia Conference
    • West Amazon Conference
  • Paraguay Union of Churches Mission
  • South Brazil Union Conference
    • Central Parana Conference
    • Central Rio Grande Do Sul Conference
    • North Parana Conference
    • North Santa Catarina Conference
    • Rio Grande Do Sul Conference
    • Santa Catarina Conference
    • South Parana Conference
    • West Parana Conference
    • Western Rio Grande Do Sul Mission
  • South Peru Union Mission
    • Central Andina Mission
    • Central Peru Conference
    • Central South Peru Mission
    • East Peru Mission
    • Lake Titicaca Mission
    • South Peru Mission
    • Southeast Peru Mission
  • Southeast Brazil Union Conference
    • Central Minas Conference
    • East Minas Conference
    • Espirito Santo Conference
    • North Minas Mission
    • Rio de Janeiro Conference
    • Rio Fluminense Conference
    • South Espirito Santo Conference
    • South Minas Conference
    • South Rio Conference
  • Uruguay Union of Churches Mission
  • West Central Brazil Union Mission
    • Central Brazil Conference
    • Central Planalto Conference
    • Mato Grosso Conference
    • South Mato Grosso Conference
    • Tocantins Mission

History

See Also

  • ^ Adventist Directory Retrieved July 10, 2018
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