This page contains a number of links to Sabbath-observing groups throughout the U.S. and the world.  Of course, we're limiting ourselves to Christian and Messianic types of belief systems.  There are many Sabbath-observing Christian groups around, some of them going back centuries.  For example, the Seventh-Day Adventists and the Church of God (Seventh Day) seem to have had a more or less common origin, but the rise to prominence of Ellen G. White created a division among the brethren, and ultimately a split, and the two organizations have continued separately for the past 130 years or so.  You can read a little about this in an article entitled  "Why I Am No Longer an 'Imminent Adventist.'"

By the way, you'll notice on this page the term "Sabbath-observing" rather than the more traditional "Sabbath-keeping."  The scriptures refer to "keeping" the Sabbath, but a study into the Greek and Hebrew showed that what we mean by "keeping" the Sabbath and what the Scriptures mean are not exactly the same thing.  You can read about this in an article entitled "Just What IS the Fourth Commandment?".

We hope you enjoy visiting these groups.  These organizations may hold to some different doctrinal understandings than you or I might have traditionally believed, so we would look for the unifying factors betweeen these groups as being:  (1) An unshakable faith in God our Father and in our Savior, Jesus Christ, the Messiah, and (2) the belief that the seventh-day Sabbath holds an important place in our lives, and is destined to be important to the rest of the world, whenever God opens their minds to see it.

Sabbath-Observing Groups:

Seventh-Day Adventists (SDA)
The Bible Sabbath Association (BSA)
Seventh Day Baptists
Church of God 7th Day (Denver)
Groups Originating From The Worldwide Church of God

Sabbath Magazines and Resources:

The Sabbath Sentinel