What Makes a Community?

A Community is defined as:

A group of people with a common characteristic or interest living together within a larger society.

In order to adhere to the above definition, it appears that we must fit into at least one of the following categories:

✔  We are Seventh-Day Adventists

✔  We are Information Technology Professionals

✔  We are living in the larger Judeo-Christian society

If you can see yourself in any of the above categories than you are a part of this community and we welcome your involvement in whatever shape that takes.

Why create this community?

There are many organizations both professional, and inter-denominational that provide community for their members. Communicators, historians, agriculturalists, and librarians, etc. These organizations, and associations have come together in order to form communities of like minded individuals. Information Technology professionals in the Adventist church have never had a community in which to call their own, a place where IT pros working for both outside organizations, and inside the church can come together – until now.

The Adventist Information Technology Association seeks to create a group of people with the common characteristic of being Adventist IT professionals together within a larger society.