Frederick Seventh-Day Adventist Church was formed in 1912 by a small group of people that initially met for Sabbath services and Bible studies in homes. The colonial-style church structure was built in 1995, before which the congregation met at different venues. The church today has a following of 750 members and is still growing fast. The church has various programs for community service like the Soup Kitchen to feed the homeless and volunteering programs at various shelters. Members of the church have also been involved with projects of the Red Cross and other organisations. Apart from that, it has regular cultural and educational events that keep the members connected to the church.