Location: 906 E. 1st St (1st and Platte)
                                                                                Fremont, NE 68025

     Did you know that there has been a Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Fremont area since 1877?
      In 1881, the church moved into a building in the city of Fremont itself. 
     For many years, the Fremont church had no full time minister, but depended on the occasional                  visiting minister.  These ministers would often leave their families on the farm while traveling by              horse & buggy. 
     The beginning of a permanent pastor of the Fremont church started in July of 1947.
     In November of 1950, it was voted on & accepted to purchase our present church (the former Sinai          Lutheran church).  And on May 12th, 1951 it was dedicated.
     In 1964, we were known as "a happy, friendly church" and we still carry on that tradition today. We            are a small church of around 25 active members, who love sharing God's Word with visitors.
   "If we love our church, we will think, talk, hear, and read about it. Then knowing and believing Jesus as     our Savior, we shall never fall.  But moving onward, pressing to the goal". 
     --- Quote from Elder Tooley, Fremont Church 1964

     In 2002, we added an elevator to our church, to help anyone who can't use the stairs; this elevator            goes to all levels of the church.

      And, in 2005, our members got together and created a beautiful "Mother's Room" in the Sanctuary. This is for the use of mother's (or others) who have a child under 2 years of age. We have a speaker inside, and a big window, so you don't have to miss anything, and can still feel a part of the services.



In 2010 we all got together and remodeled our kitchen, which was way too small for us. Everybody put in a lot of time and effort, but now we have a wonderful place to cook and fellowship.




Hello, my name is Greg Bullion. I am the pastor of the Fremont Seventh-day Adventist church. I grew up in a Christian home (sort of). I imagine many of you may know what I mean. We went to church on the weekend, but sometimes it seemed like it didn't mean a whole lot the rest of the week. Well, through the twists and turns of life I had many questions and doubts. My Christianity didn't have any power and I couldn't say I really knew God personally even if I thought I knew a few things about Him.

That all changed after some trying events at the age of 25. My search began in earnest for truth, meaning, and purpose for this life. I found all of these things in Jesus. After a wide search I found that the Bible is the voice of God to my soul and Jesus is my best friend.

It is my most sincere desire to be able to help you in some way to complete your own search and to begin on or continue on the path that God planned for you. May God guide you all the days of your life and may you find in Him your soul's deepest desire. Please feel free to contact me personally by email: or phone 1-402-575-0790.


Homesick for Heaven,

Greg Bullion