Clemmons Seventh-Day Adventist Fellowship began in January 2010 with the mission to fulfill Christ's command as found in Matthew 28. We are a diverse body of believers who seek to grow in our faith and spread the good news of Jesus Christ's second coming to our neighbors and our community.
The Clemmons Seventh-day Adventist Fellowship began as an idea of several members of the Winston-Salem First Seventh-day Adventist Church. The Winston Church had been growing steadily and was nearing capacity. One of the options for expansion under consideration was planting a new church. After much prayer it was decided to move forward to see if there was enough interest to proceed. The church board gave it’s approval and a small group started to meet and was led by David Bermudez. A two year growth plan was formed with about twenty people showing interest and commitment. This process started in the autumn of 2009 and in September of 2010 the Winston Church board gave formal approval to sponsor the new group followed by approval of the Carolina Conference on December 20, 2010. Therefore the Clemmons Seventh-day Adventist Fellowship was born and had it’s first Sabbath worship service on January 8, 2011.
In April 2012, Clemmons SDA Fellowship moved to our present location at Bronze Building #6, 2500 Neudorf Road, Suite F, in Clemmons, NC. This expanded facility gives us the opportunity for increased community outreach & growth.
In May 2012, Clemmons SDA Fellowship became a company. Since then we have grown in membership. In February 2017 the Carolina Conference voted to approve church status for our company. We are now Clemmons SDA Fellowship Church. Praise God for His blessings! He is good all the time!