Andrews, S.N. Haskell and J.N. Loughborough all lived in Lancaster and have left their mark in making this community what it is today. Enveloped in the beauty of a quaint New England town called Lancaster, students will find many places on campus to walk, study, and commune with God in His creation. Grocery stores, restaurants and other shops are a short distance away, but far enough so as not to disrupt the tranquility of campus. NETS’ location is tailor-made for both reflecting on the past . . . and preparing for your future!
The NETS Evangelism Center is located on the picturesque campus of Atlantic Union College (AUC), about an hour west of Boston, Massachusetts. Widely regarded as “the cornerstone of Adventist education,” AUC is rich with history and a long list of graduates who have helped shape the face of the Seventh-day Adventist Church today. In the heart of the campus is Founders Hall, the oldest Seventh-day Adventist educational building that remains in its original location. Inside Founders Hall you will find the William Miller Chapel as well as pulpits from which both he and Ellen White preached. James White’s writing chair and a number of other items of historic significance are also located here. Just across the street from campus is the Village Church, site of the 1899 General Conference session and the scene of one of Ellen White’s visions recorded in Testimonies to the Church, vol.5, page 114. J.N.