Robbinsville Seventh-Day Adventist Community Church

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HISTORY OF Robbinsville SDA community Church

Our Church was founded in 1901, as Trenton Seventh-day Adventist Church. It changed location several times due to its growth and inadequate space, until it officially moved to its current location in Robbinsville, NJ in 2002. The following highlights the timeline along the history of the church.

 

Pastors at Trenton / Robbinsville SDA Church 1944 - Present

 

Pastor Term Note
J. Lee Neil 1/1944 - late 1947 (4 yrs.) Pastor who built the church.
Stephen Paully 1/1948 - 5/1953 (5.5 yrs.)  
W.B Quigley 6/1953 - 2/1957 (4 yrs.) Later became NJ Conference president and Columbia Union president.
Everett Calkins 6/1957 - 4/1961 (4 yrs.)  
Arthur Moyer 6/1961 - 8/1965 (4 yrs.) Came to Trenton from West Africa.
William Barringham 1965 - 1968 (3 yrs.)  
Alvin J. Stewart 1968 - 11/1971 (3 yrs.) Had been a missionary also.
LeRoy Albers 5/1972 - 1974 (2 yrs.) After leaving Trenton, he built Hackettstown church.
Thurman Petty 6/1974 - 6/1977 (3 yrs.) Later served on Pitcairn.
Walter Marshall 8/1977 - 1/1984 (6.5 yrs. ) Became NJ Trust and Wills director.
Erwin Gane 1/1984 - 1/1985 (1 yr. ) PUC professor, later became editor of adult Sabbath School quarterly.
Donald Inglish 3/1985 - 5/1986(1 yr. ) Became NJ Trust and Wills director.
Cecil Harlin 5/1986 - 6/1991 (5 yrs.) While he was here, the jug handle was put in front of the church.
Charis Boling 2/1992 - 7/1998 (6.5 yrs.)  
Jack Robinson 10/1998 - 9/2004 (6 yrs.)  
Art Randall 2005 - 2012  
Joey Pollom 2012 - 2015  
Jim Greene 2015 - 2016  
Tom Dunham 2016 - 2021  
Stephen Lee 2022 - 2023 First elected to NJ Conference Executive Secretary then Conference President in 2023
Stephen Finney 2023 - Present  

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