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An organization decades in the making, the Seventh-Day Adventist Church has evolved from a small group of like-minded Christians, with a handful of dominant personalities, including all but:

Ellen and James White, along with Joseph Bates, were pivotal in the beginnings of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Ellen G. White, though holding no official role within the Church, helped shift the concentration at the start to missionary and medical work, both of which contribute to the Church's central role today.
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