Photo Gallery of Sabbatarian History

John N. Andrews (1829 1883), Seventh-day missionary and writer, author of History of the Sabbath.

Herbert W. Armstrong (1892-1986), founder of the Worldwide Church of God, World Tomorrow broadcast, and Plain Truth Magazine. The leading Sabbath-keeping evangelist of the Twentieth Century.

Garner Ted Armstrong (1930-2003) son of Herbert W. Armstrong, radio evangelist.

Joseph Bates (1792-1872), co-founder of the Seventh-day Aventist Church

Dr. Peter Chamberlain (1601-1683), the leading Sabbatarian figure in Seventeenth Century England.

Gilbert Cranmer (1814-1903), one of the primary founders of the Church of God, Seventh Day. As of 1/14/1990, Cranmer had three living great-great-grandsons in the Church: Roy Kent, Richard Wise, and Theron Moffatte.

Andrew N. Dugger (1886-1975), the most famous Church of God, Seventh Day, leader of the Twentieth Century.

John H. Kellog (1852 1943), Seventh-day Adventist doctor, established Battle Creek Sanitarium, had difficulties with the Adventist Church and his membership was dropped in 1907.

Abram H. Lewis (1832-1908), Seventh Day Baptist scholar and writer on Sabbatarian issues.

John Kiesz (1903-1995), Church of God, Seventh Day, leader and author.

Rachel Oakes Preston (1809-1868), Seventh Day Baptist who brought the Sabbath to the Adventist movement.

Uriah Smith (1832-1903), Seventh-day Adventist leader and writer.

Ellen G. White (1827-1915), prophetess and founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Her husband, James White (1821-1881) led the formation of the denomination.