Ufunuo Publishing House (UPH) in Morogoro, Tanzania, began as a printing plant prompted in 1969 by the need to produce Voice of Prophecy lessons for the Tanzanian Mission Field.
Uganda is a landlocked country bordered by Kenya in the east, South Sudan in the north, Democratic Republic of the Congo in the west, Rwanda in the southwest, and Tanzania in the south. Uganda’s total land area is 241,559 sq km. About 37,000 sq km of this area is occupied by open water while the rest is land. The southern part of the country includes a substantial portion of Lake Victoria, which it shares with Kenya and Tanzania.
Uganda Union Mission is a church administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Uganda and is part of East-Central Africa Division.
The first Adventist tracts were brought to Ukraine in 1882 and actively distributed in Crimea by Philipp Reiswig. The first Adventists appeared in 1886 in Crimea in the village of Berdy Bulat, as a result of baptism conducted by Pastor L. R. Conradi.
Carl Ulrich, an Adventist minister, held a number of significant managerial and leadership positions within the denomination in Australia over a timespan of almost forty years.
Laura Louisa Lee Ulrich Smith was a nurse, educator, and promoter of the Adventist health message and lifestyle.
UNASPRESS (The Adventist University Press) is an institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, in the territory of the Central Brazil Union Conference. UNASPRESS is the publisher of the Brazil Adventist University (UNASP), and it is in the building of the Rectory of UNASP, Engenheiro Coelho campus (UNASP-EC) that is on Pastor Walter Boger Municipal Road, kilometer 3.5, Zip Code 13448-970, Lagoa Bonita neighborhood, in the city of Engenheiro Coelho, state of São Paulo, Brazil.
Union College is a co-educational liberal arts baccalaureate college in Lincoln, Nebraska, founded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1891. The college has continuously operated on the same site and under the same name since it was founded.
Before 1922, the state of New York was divided into three Adventist conferences: the Greater New York Conference (1902- ), which encompassed the metropolitan New York City area; the Western New York Conference (1906-1922), which operated a secondary school near Salamanca successively called the Tunesassa School (1906-1907), Tunesassa Intermediate School (1907-1913), Fernwood Intermediate School (1913-1917), and Fernwood Academy (1917-1921); and the Eastern New York Conference (1906-1922), which operated Clinton Academy for one year (1920-1921).
The United States Virgin Islands are a group of islands and cays in the Caribbean. Among the group of islands and cays, there are four inhabited islands: St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. John, and Water Island. Dexter A. Ball, an Adventist minister in the Caribbean, brought the Adventist message to St. Thomas in 1892.
The University of Arusha, originally known as Arusha Adventist Seminary, is an institution of higher learning operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Tanzania, under the Adventist philosophy of education (holistic education) and policy to meet its mission locally and internationally.
The University of Eastern Africa, Baraton (UEAB), situated in Nandi County in the Rift Valley of Western Kenya, is the oldest Adventist university on the continent of Africa to offer a variety of degree courses in arts, applied sciences, and natural sciences. It first opened its doors in September 1979 to a very small number of students. Another twenty students were enrolled on January 28, 1980. On March 28, 1991, UEAB became the first private university to be chartered in the Republic of Kenya.
The University of the Southern Caribbean (formerly Caribbean Union College) is located in the lush northern mountain range of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The only privately-operated university in this nation was granted a charter by the country’s government in March 2006 and offers a wide range of fully accredited degrees.
T. Edgar Unruh, an educator and conference president, played a critical role in facilitating historic consultations between Seventh-day Adventist and American evangelical leaders during the 1950s.
The Upper Chiapas Conference is part of the Chiapas Mexican Union Conference in the Inter-American Division of the Seventh-day Adventists.
The Upper Ganges Section is a part of Northern India Union Section in the Southern Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It was organized 1938 and reorganized in 1952, 2002, and 2018. Its headquarters is in Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, India.
The Upper Magdalena Conference is part of the South Columbian Union Conference in the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.
Upper Myanmar Adventist Seminary (UMAS) is a coeducational boarding institution located at Siyin, Gyothonbin Block 1, Bogyoke Road, Kalay.
The Upper Myanmar Mission is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Myanmar in the Southern Asia-Pacific Division.
The Ural Mission was a European Russian church unit that operated from 1911 to sometime after 1917.