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The Morogoro Seventh-day Adventist Dispensary was established in 1970 to provide medical services to Adventist missionaries as well as non-Adventists in the surrounding community. The dispensary is located in Morogoro, Tanzania.

Harvey Arch Morrison, an Adventist educator and administrator, was president of Union College and Washington Missionary College, General Conference education secretary, and business manager of the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

James Harvey Morrison was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor and administrator, born in Beaver, Pennsylvania, on October 22, 1841.

​Byron ‘Lee’ Lowell Morse was a pioneer missionary to Kenya, educator, and church administrator.

George Warren Morse worked in the editorial department of the Review and Herald office at Battle Creek and later pioneered publishing work in Canada.

Washington Morse was a pioneering Adventist evangelist, colporteur, minister, author, and conference president.

Eliza Happy Morton was an Adventist author, educator, pedagogical reformer, poet, musician, musical composer, church administrator, and philanthropist. She is best remembered for her geography textbooks.

Helen Luella Morton was an Adventist teacher, student, doctor, and missionary who lived an extraordinary life. Morton faced numerous difficulties throughout her life, especially with her health, yet she persevered and achieved many amazing accomplishments. She had great love and passion for both teaching and mission work.

Moscow Conference is a part of the West Russian Union Conference in the Euro-Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It was organized in 2003 and reorganized in 2007. Its headquarters is in Moscow, Russian Federation.

Calvin Edwin Moseley, Jr., served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than sixty years as a pastor, educator, administrator, and accomplished musician.

​Kalapala John Moses served as a pastor, evangelist, college professor and adminstrator, and executive officer in the Southern Asia Division.

​Mathi Daniel Moses served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as the first Indian national union president, as well as a pioneer evangelist, educator, and church administrator in the Southern Asia Division, along with Davy Pundiah, his wife.

​Henry George Moulds was an Australian Seventh-day Adventist minister, evangelist, and administrator. In 1951, he became the president of the Trans-Commonwealth Union Conference and later secretary of the Australasian Division.

Owned by the Korean Adventist Church, the Mount Deer Retreat Center (Saseum-ui-dongsan) has been the site of camp meetings, youth retreats, and other spiritual meetings since its establishment in 1967. It is located at 330-92, Cheonggun-ro, Sang-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, with four employees in charge of the retreat center's programs.

​Mount Diamond Adventist High School is located on 300 hectares of land 30 kilometers east of the capital of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, and 6 kilometers off the Rego Highway. The school was originally located at Miregeda. After World War II the school moved to a site known as Bautama. In 1972 the school moved to its present location on the Mount Diamond estate, which is mainly flat land bordered by a small creek, suitable for agriculture and appropriate for a growing educational precinct.

Mount Pisgah Academy (MPA) is a coed boarding high school operated by the Carolina Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. It is located on the slopes of the Hominy Valley about eight miles (13 kilometers) west of Asheville, North Carolina, in the city of Candler. The school began in 1914 as a self-supporting entity founded by three Adventist families: the Wallers, the Graveses, and the Steinmans.

​Bessie Mount was a teacher, author, editor, and administrator who served as a missionary in China for 31 years. Her Chinese name was 贝茜.芒特 (pinyin: Bèi qiàn. Máng tè). She was a prisoner of war during World War II. During her final decades of service she was a trusted staff member of the Ellen G. White Estate.

Mountain Provinces Mission headquarters is located at Navy Base Road, Baguio City, Philippines. It covers the whole territory of Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga, and Mountain Provinces. Included in the territory are some upland municipalities of Abra and Ilocos Sur Provinces.

​The Mountain View Adventist Academy in St. Vincent and the Grenadines Mission of Seventh-day Adventists began operations on January 16, 1958, with one teacher/principal, Mr. Urban Antoine, and 12 students.

​Mountain View College is a private, co-educational, Seventh-day Adventist college in Valencia, Bukidnon, Philippines which was established in 1949. It was the second Adventist college to be established in the Philippines and the first in Mindanao.