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Religious Liberty
In the spirit of Christ we are working to defend, preserve, and expand religious liberty. We do so by working to fulfill the following objectives:
  • Assist church members in resolving problems related to religious liberty issues, working directly with each one as needed or requested. We also work individually with church members in need of workplace accommodation (Sabbath work issues) and religious discrimination assistance.
  • Provide our conferences, pastors and local church congregations with information on current regional and national happenings in which the Adventist Church has an interest and which affects religious liberty issues.
  • Monitor state legislative actions, clarifying with state officials and legislators the Church’s position on the issues and working together to bring about solutions which uphold individual religious freedom.
  • Mobilize the clergy and laity to speak out on serious religious liberty issues, whether on local, statewide, or regional basis.
  • Provide speakers/seminars to local churches on timely religious liberty topics.
  • Publish Waymarks the religious liberty education and information newsletter.
The Religious Liberty Department organizes the following:

Government Liaison Representatives (GLR) – Religious leaders in each state who help monitor state legislative actions.

NARLA, Southeastern Chapter – the local chapter of the North American Religious Liberty Association. NARLA – SU is committed to making a difference for Religious Liberty.

Offering & Campaigns – With your help, the Religious Liberty Department sends Liberty Magazine to every elected official and thought leader in the Southern Union.

Southern Society of Adventist Attorneys (SSAA) – A network of Adventist attorneys who are interested in mentoring Adventist law students and providing legal services to those specifically requesting to represented by an Adventist attorney.

Please contact our office for assistance: 

Please click here for Sabbath Accommodation Form
Please click here for Exam/Testing Accomodation Form
Telephone:(770) 408-2176