Question: What is the Adventist Heritage Tour?
Answer: The Adventist Heritage Tour is a 6-day journey in the Northeast area where the Seventh-day Adventist Church has its roots. We'll be visiting Hiram Edson's barn, the first Sabbath-keeping church in our denomination in Washington, NH, and we'll spend an entire Sabbath at the William Miller homestead. We'll also enjoy the gorgeous scenery of the Northeast during autumn as we travel together in a deluxe motor coach. We'll get a "feel" for what it might have been like during the early beginnings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in a "hands-on" way. Other excursions like Niagara Falls, markets and shops, and walking the Sabbath Trail are also planned for our time together.
Question: Why are you leading this tour?
Answer: My wife and I are originally from New York State, and after moving to the Dakotas in 2002, we came to realize that there are many, many Seventh-day Adventist in the Mid-west who have never been to the Northeast to see where our denomination’s “roots” are. Some of the places, sights, and sounds that we may have taken for granted while we were living there, other people have never experienced at all. We want to give our Mid-west family a chance to have a first-hand look at these things.
Question: What is included on the Adventist Heritage Tour?
Answer: Seating on a deluxe motor coach with a professional driver who knows the area, all our guided excursions, quality hotel accommodations, and two meals per day. We also have a few surprises planned for this exciting tour.
Question: Where can someone get more information?
Answer: If someone wants more information on the trip, the best way to begin is to give me a call at 701-289-2016, or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The sooner, the better. We have a number of people who have been contacting us, and those who wish to explore the possibilities will need to hurry. We also have a web site (www.adventistheritagetour.com), but calling is the best option with our time constraints.