Toishan Hospital and Dispensary, better known by the pinyin of its Chinese name as Taishan Christos Hospital, was one of the short-lived, yet important Adventist health institutions in southern China that emerged after World War II but was soon taken over by the government due to political changes in China.
A part of the South Pacific Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Tokelau is within the administrative area of the Samoa-Tokelau Mission in the Trans Pacific Union Mission. With a population of only around 1500 people living on three Pacific coral atolls, Tokelau is one of the smallest and most remote nations in the world, located approximately 500 kilometers north of Samoa.
Athal Tolhurst was born in Tonga of missionary parents. He was a pastor, evangelist and administrator who was for a time a Union President, Secretary of the South Pacific Division and Under-Secretary of the General Conference. He was married to Linley (Willis), and together they served the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church for 45 years.
Tolhurst, Hubert Leonard (1890–1981) and Margaret Gladys Pearl (Philps) (1891–1919); later Elsmer Ruth (Philps) (1897–1967)
Hubert Tolhurst was an early Adventist missionary to Tonga, teacher, pastor, administrator, and poet.
Tonga is a Polynesian kingdom of approximately 170 islands divided into three main groups—Tongatapu in the south, the Ha’apai group in the center, and the Vava’u group in the north.
Tonga was a charter member and deacon of the Titikaveka church, Cook Islands.
The territory of the Tonga Mission is comprised of the Kingdom of Tonga. It reports to the Trans Pacific Union Mission which is based in Tamavua, Suva, Fiji Islands.
Aaron Moiben Too was a pioneer Adventist evangelist and pastor in Northern Nandi in Western Kenya. Aaron Moiben araap Too was born in 1898 to the Kapcheptuigong family in northern Nandi.
Job Kibirgen Too was a pioneer Nandi evangelist and gospel worker who zealously planted Adventist churches and schools in Nandi and beyond.
Theodore Racine Torkelson was a church administrator, writer and editor who served the Adventist Church in the Southern Asia Division and at the Pacific Press.
Chester Lozere Torrey served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as editor and secretary-treasurer of the Southern Asia, Far Eastern, and Inter-American Divisions, and as treasurer of the General Conference.
Evelyn Totenhofer was known affectionately as Nurse Totenhofer. She served as a nurse at the time of the establishment of the Batuna Mission Station in the Solomon Islands, and then for thirty years as the nurse for Pitcairn Island.
Nelson and Sadie Town were North American missionaries who served in the United States, Scotland, England, and South America, pioneering work in the areas of publications and education and participating in church administration.
Max and Eunice Townend spent three years as missionaries to India. They subsequently served in the Australasian Division, based in Australia, and the Far Eastern Division, based in Singapore.
Walter Austin Townend was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, author, teacher and administrator from New Zealand who had broad influence in the South Pacific Division.
David M. Traill is believed to have been the first Seventh-day Adventist person on the island of Puerto Rico because he had been sent by the U.S. Army as a military medic before Pastor Albert M. Fischer was sent by the Adventist Church as a missionary. Traill became interested in sharing the Adventist gospel in this unentered field.
The Trans Pacific Union Mission (TPUM) is a constituent union of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and is one of four unions in the South Pacific Division of the General Conference (SPD).
The Trans-Australian Union Conference (TAUC), formerly known until 1977 as the Trans-Commonwealth Union Conference, was a constituent union conference of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists from 1949 until 2000, in the territory of the South Pacific Division of the General Conference.
The Trans-Caucasian Mission was a church unit in the Caucasus that operated from 1912 to sometime after 1930.
Trans-Orange Conference is a subsidiary church administrative unit of the Southern Africa Union Conference that forms part of the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division of Seventh-day Adventists.