Adventist Church in Albania

The Adventist Church was founded in Tirana in 1992, following historic evangelistic meetings led by Pastor David Currie, resulting in the establishment of spiritual communities and other groups in the country. The Church was organized in 1994 as an affiliated institution called the Albanian Mission of the Adventist Church (ALM) at the Trans-European Division (TED), and in 1999, together with the Churches in Croatia and Slovenia, became the founding entity of the Adriatic Conference (AUC) with its headquarters in Zagreb Croatia.

The church operates over 7,500 schools including over 100 post-secondary institutions, numerous hospitals, and publishing houses worldwide, as well as a humanitarian aid organization known as the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA).

Thus, the Adventist Church in Albania is part of the worldwide family of the Seventh-day Adventist Church with its headquarter in Silver Springs, Washington D.C., USA, with continental offices at St. Albans, near London, England, and with regional offices in Zagreb, Croatia.