Memorial Association of Seventh-day Adventist Students (MASDAS) is a group of students, faculty, and staff at Memorial University that have a passion for the Bible and to spread the good news of Jesus Christ to others!

Our name, Seventh-day Adventist, comes from two Christ-centered themes of the Bible:

1. the Seventh-day Sabbath (Saturday) was instituted by Christ in the creation week and is a reminder of Him as our Creator and our Redeemer. (See Genesis 2:1-3; Exodus 20:8-11)

2. "Adventist" refers to the hope that believers have in Jesus' soon return, as promised in John 14:1-3. (See also Acts 1:9-11; 1 Thes 4:16, 17)

During an episode of "Jeopardy" the question was asked: "Which is the fastest growing Worldwide Christian Denomination?" Answer: "Who are: The Seventh-day Adventists." Seventh-day Adventism is a rapidly growing worldwide fellowship of nearly seventeen million, represented in 203 countries.

Seventh-day Adventist Christians love Jesus Christ and we strive to make Him the center of all we believe and do!

We are:

-Protestants who want to rekindle the Reformation's three watch words: "Sola Scriptura" (Bible and Bible alone), "Sola Gracia" (Justification by Faith through Grace alone) and "Sola Christos" (Salvation in Christ alone) as our authority for what to believe and how to live.

-Eager to share the truth about what God is really like – as seen in the life, character, death, resurrection, and ministerial work of Jesus Christ.

-Committed to sharing Bible truths with others that have been largerly lost sight of over the centuries, or that have become mixed with errors.

If you have any questions about our group, or about a particular Bible subject, you can email us at, or you can submit your question in our Question form by clicking here.

May God bless and guide you!