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Three Angles News – First Adventist Chapel in Europe Bought by Church


1. The first Adventist church in Europe, a small chapel in Tramelan, Switzerland, that was used until the congregation moved to a larger building in 1968, has been purchased by the Inter-European Divison.  Dedicated on December 25, 1886 by Ellen G. White, the church will serve now as a historical symbol of the missionary work of Adventism.

2. Arti Desai, a graduate student at Loma Linda University Medical School, has been awarded one of 235 prestigious Albert Schweitzer Fellowships.  Her work focuses on pregnancy risks.

3. The Seventh-day Adventist Church faces a $13.5 million lawsuit by two men who claim that an Oregon Pathfinder leader molested them as children in the 1970s.  The suit says that church leaders put a convicted child molester who had served two years in prison in charge of the Pathfinder Club without warning parents.

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