Inspiring people to find meaning and purpose in life.

The Pastor and members of the Greenwich Seventh-Day Adventist church would like to welcome you to our website. Our mission is to work harmoniously as a family united in Christ, fulfilling man’s social, spiritual and emotional needs.

Whether you are already a member of our faith community, a resident of London, a visitor to the Royal Borough of Greenwich, or you just happened to stumble onto our website, our desire is that you will find in the presence and ministry of this community a safe place to seek, learn, and grow in your spiritual journey.

We have various ministries throughout our church. Feel free to look around our site and join in wherever you feel comfortable. We invite you to connect with us in any way you see fit. Do join us for worship either through our livestream or in person. For a more comprehensive listing of our doctrinal beliefs, please click here.  May the blessings of the Lord be upon you.

Thanks for visiting our site, please come again!

Pastor Otis Lewis

Our History

The Greenwich Seventh-Day Adventist Church has a long history dating back to early 1969. Since then we have moved location and into a much bigger building which saw the then Deptford Seventh-Day Adventist Church become what is now known as Greenwich Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Through the years we have had the service of a number of pastors who have helped to nurture and develop the church into what it is today. To give a brief synopsis, the ministers  who served are as follows:

Pastor Mark Leeds
Pastor Brian Martin
Pastor Walker
Pastor David Hughes
Pastor Humphrey Walters
Pastor Theodore Sargeant
Pastor Lincoln Hynes
Pastor James Phillip
Pastor Terry Messenger
Pastor Nerval Myrie
Pastor Kevin Johns
Pastor Hamilton Williams
Pastor Guthrie
Pastor Simeon Esson
Pastor Otis Lewis (incumbent)

  • The Deptford Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 470 New Cross Road was formed, which started as a small group in the home of the late Sis B.A. Newton at Gosterwood Street.

  • Church building at 470 New Cross Road was purchased.

  • With joy, thanksgiving and praise we dedicated the building as a Church to the Lord under the management and direction of Pr Haynes and Pr Perry.

  • Started the search for a new building owing to a growing membership, the same year we looked at the then St. Paul's Church of England building which was in a derelict and dilapidated state, located at Devonshire Drive, Greenwich, London SE10 8JZ.

  • St. Paul's Church of England building purchased at Devonshire Drive, London SE10 8JZ.

  • Moved into newly refurbished building in October 1993.

  • Official opening of the new church building 5-7 May 1995. Members all rallied together adding finishing touches to ensure building was fully functional and cosmetically pleasing for the event.

Bible Verse of the Day

But, “Let the one who boasts boast in the Lord.” For it is not the one who commends himself who is approved, but the one whom the Lord commends.