The Zimbabwe West Union Conference is a church administrative unit in the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division of Seventh-day Adventists.
Zhang Ziqian (張子虔), also known as Djang Dzi Chien, Chang Tzu-Chien, or Chang Dzu Chien in older church publications, was a well-known pastor and church leader of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the west and northwest regions of China. His ministry of 71 years extended well beyond the post-China Division era.
The Seventh-day Adventist work at Zoissa started in 1977 through the families of Elder Ndumula and Elder Asheli Lusenga from Mghumbi. The two families from Kibaigwa village, Kongwa, Dodoma, some 58 kilometers away, had gone there for agricultural reasons. Upon arrival, they initiated Bible study with some people at Zoissa, which resulted in the conversion of Amon Kudel in 1979, who was subsequently baptized in 1980. As time went by, the number of baptized increased to 14.
Alice Zorub was an administrator in Brazil.
Emmanuel Zorub was a pastor, lecturer, journalist, and administrator from Brazil.
Avgustina Zozulina and Mikhail Zozulin served the Seventh-day Adventist church as pioneer missionaries, Bible worker/pastor, and publishers in Siberia.
Henry Alan Zuill, renowned biologist, teacher, and author, was born, along with his twin brother Charles Vincent, in Paget, Bermuda, on December 24, 1935, to Alan James Zuill and Lilla Hodsdon Frith (1895–1893; 1896–1985).
Jean Zurcher served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as pastor, teacher and educator, theologian, missionary, and administrator.
Aldred Gordon Zytkoskee significantly contributed to the development of the Adventist mission in Egypt.