Who We Are

Seventh-day Adventists are as diverse a people today, as diverse are the peoples and nations of the world. With the exception of the few countries where religious freedom is suppressed (though, even there, the Adventist Church has a clandestine presence), Seventh-day Adventists are well established in all latitudes, in a diversity of races, languages, and cultures whose extraordinary common feature is the firmness with which the Holy Scriptures are followed, without deviations either to the right or to the left, for, as it is written, "... it is a matter of obeying God rather than men".
In Cabo Verde, the presence of the Church is well established, spanning many generations, for more than 80 years now. Clearly there is a lot of work to be done, especially concerning the service to all those in need, and in this regard, Adventists can help a lot. This is the main reason for the existence of our LASS.