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The Central Conference is part of the West Russian Union Conference of the Euro-Asia Division. The Central Conference was organized in 1994 and reorganized in 2003. Its headquarters is in Serpukhov, Moscow Region, Russian Federation.

Central Siberian Mission is part of the Euro-Asia Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The Central Siberian Mission (formerly West Siberian Conference) was organized in 2002. Its headquarters are in Novosibirsk, Russia.

Edgars Chernevskis was a devout pastor who ministered and coached new pastors in the difficult context of the Soviet regime and collected data about early Adventist church history in Latvia.

Since the Euro-Asia Division’s inception in 1990, the Adventist Church has been actively involved in interreligious dialogue.

The Crimea Mission is an attached field of the Euro-Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It was organized in 2014, and its headquarters is in Simferopol, Republic of Crimea.

The Düna Conference was a short lived Russian church unit that operated from 1914 until sometime after 1917.

The East Russian Conference was a short-lived conference in southwestern Russia.

The East Russian Mission was a short-lived church unit in the ever-expanding work in Russia.

East Russian Union Mission is part of the Euro-Asia Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. East Russian Union Mission was organized in 1994. Its headquarters are in Novosibirsk, Russia.

The East Siberian Mission is part of the East Russian Union Mission in the Euro-Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. Organized in 2005, it has its headquarters in Krasnoyarsk.

The East Siberian Mission was a Russian church unit that covered a large part of East Siberia from 1911 to 1921.

Sergey Semyonovich Efimov was a pastor and evangelist in Russia and Ukraine.

The Euro-Asia Division includes the countries of Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the Republic of Moldova, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. Its constituents are the West Russian union conference; the Caucasus, East Russian, and Southern Union Missions; the Belarus, and Moldova Union of Churches Conferences; the Far Eastern Union of Churches Mission, the Crimea Mission; and the Armenian and Georgian Fields.

The Far Eastern Union of Churches Mission is part of the Euro-Asia Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Far Eastern Union of Churches was organized in 2008. Its headquarters is in Khabarovsk, Russia.

Ferdinand (Fyodor) Adamovich Gaidischar was a Seventh-day Adventist minister who served the church in Russia during years of totalitarian atheism.

Johannes (Ivan) Adamovich Gaidischar was a pastor, evangelist, writer, and martyr for Christ.

The Galician Mission was a German church unit that operated around 1909–1921. It covered the territory of Galicia (eastern part of Austrian Silesia) until 1911, and Bukovina, until 1920. In the wake of World War I and subsequent wars, its territory was assigned to Polish and Romanian church units.

​Aleksei Georgievich Galladzhev served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a pastor and administrator in South Caucasus, Russia, and Ukraine. He served the Church during the years of Soviet power, including the terrible decades of Stalin's totalitarian rule

Amalia Galladzheva-Löbsack was an Adventist lay pastor in the Soviet Union. She and her husband, Aleksei Galladzhev, were pioneer workers in Georgia and Armenia. Both husband and wife were imprisoned during the times of massive religious repression in the Soviet Union. Amalia Galladzheva-Löbsack was executed on February 4, 1942. Amalia Galladzheva-Löbsack represents many women from the Soviet Union who served the Church in trying times and whose names we do not know.

​Eastern Orthodox Georgia has been deeply influenced by Christianity in culture, history, and worldview. Adventist mission came into it a century and more ago, on the heels of older Protestant missions.