The Dickson Seventh-day Adventist Church is part of a global church of about 15 million members. Dickson SDA was first held in homes and later organized in 1890. In the early 1930's pastor Dickerson held meetings, and the church was in a store-building in Dickson. Between 1935 through 1945 a block church was built on McCrary St, it later sold and and another building was built on Church St.
Our prominent Adventist families paving the future of the city of Dickson...
The Roy Story family, and The Zalabak family were instrumental in creating the current Church/School and Fellowship Hall at Dickson Seventh-day Adventist Church. Thanks to their medical excellency and community-driven attitude, The Jackson family, as well as the Perales family, were among the most influential forces who helped Dickson thrive by building a Hospital, a Lowes, a Mini-Mall, The Rennaissance Center, and many other businesses.
As Seventh-day Adventists, we believe in a personal God; our only personal Saviour, Jesus Christ; the Holy Spirit; the inspiration of the Bible, and the observance of Sabbath (Saturday) which link us with some Protestant faiths. Local congregations gather each Sabbath for Sabbath School and Worship Services as well as mid-week Prayer Meeting.
Our Local Church is part of a 3 church district
within Kentucky Tennessee Conference.
Ashland City Seventh-day Adventist Church, 114 Ruth Dr., Ashland City, TN 37015
Bordeaux Seventh-day Adventist Church, 5121 Buena Vista Pike, Nashville, TN 37218
Dickson Seventh-day Adventist Church, 746 Highway 46 s., Dickson, TN 37055