The Takoma Park Seventh-Day Adventist Church meets in Historic Downtown Takoma Park Maryland at 6951 Carroll Ave. Our church home is a beautiful Victorian style building that is an integral part of Takoma Park’s history. The church’s roots extend to 1904 when the congregation was first organized. The present church building was later erected in 1953 and has been fixture in the area. The beauty of the church both inside and out has drawn visitors both Adventist and non-Adventist from across the globe.
Inside the church classic Victorian influences can be found like the iconic stained glass rose windows in the front and rear of the church.
Also, the church is home to pipe organ that rings out wondrous melodies each and every Sabbath morning.
In addition to this, the Takoma Park SDA Church celebrates not only its heritage but also the heritages of every member in our yearly flag display as a part of our well-known International Sabbath celebration.
Adjacent to the church is our Church Center building which houses our church offices as well our event and meeting rooms, the Fellowship Hall and recently remodeled Keystone Room, and several other Sabbath School classrooms. The Church Center is also home to our weekly Sabbath afternoon lunch that is open to all visitors and members alike.