Our History

In 1974, the city of West Palm Beach, found itself blessed with a core group of religious pioneers.  These pioneers: Essie Robinson, Anita Williams, Daisy Downer (all now deceased), Victoria Gayle, Angela Barr, Nola Barr, Cecily Ricketts, along with Samuel McLean and Lanceford Wedderburn, who served as pioneer Pastors, initiating their vision in the homes of local families. They, with tremendous diligence and sacrifice, set forth birthing what is today known as the Church of God Seventh Day of Palm Beach.

That fledgling church, through varying stages of growth, transitioned various locales until it settled at Seminole Road, West Palm Beach, Florida.  There, the church experienced its greatest growth yet, forcing the sale of its facilities and necessitating the urgency of taking their present locality on Kirk Road, West Palm Beach, Florida.

In 1990, Pastor Alva Donaldson, with wife, Elaine Donaldson, and their children, assumed the role of Senior Pastor.  They faithfully served the congregation and strove to maintain the visions and dreams established by the pioneers.  Today, they eagerly build on foundations already laid, by adding their own expressed vision of situating the church in its own and permanent locality on grounds already purchased on Jog Road, Greenacres, Florida. The vision of erecting a Day Care facility, fellowship hall, and a church edifice has come to fruition and is in its developmental stages. Our purpose in this City, is to serve the community in religious, social and economic capacities, building up individuals and families through encouragment and support. Do keep us in your prayers as we build His kingdom together. 

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