Exploring our Adventist Origins
Gospel Travel is proud to present an amazing journey to see many of our nation’s and denomination’s history. From our country’s Capitol to the Northeast and Midwest, we will visit many important landmarks connected to key members of the Adventist Church.
Adventist churches and groups from around the world are invited to customize a Pioneers tour to see the locations and landmarks they are most interested in, and that best fit their timing. For inspiration, here is a sample itinerary of a Pioneers tour we have led. There are so many historic sites to choose from, some of the places we have visited include:
- Washington, D.C.
- S. Capitol, WWII Memorial, Korean, Lincoln and Vietnam Veterans Memorials, MLK Jr. Memorial, FDR Memorials and Jefferson Memorial
- Joseph Bates Site, Sturbridge Village, Hazen Foss’s Grave,
- Ellen Harmon-White’s childhood home, George Cobb’s Grave, Stockbridge Howland’s Home
- New Hampshire
- Leonard Hastings Potato Patch, Annie & Uriah Smith’s birthplace, Washington Church
- New York
- William Miller Farm: Sabbath Service, Lunch and feet washing, Hiram Edson’s Farm, Mt Hope Cemetery: the site of the White Home and the Advent Review
- Historic Adventist Village, Oak Hill Cemetery, W.K. Kellogg Manor House
- Andrews University: tour of the University & Seminars
In addition to providing our guests with a meaningful, significant tour, we also strive to ensure that everyone is comfortable. As such, we arrange for hotels that are always clean and safe, and that food provided meets Seventh-day Adventist or other dietary needs.