During the years 2006-08, representatives of the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Christian Reformed Church in North America and the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists met for a series of church to church conversations. Through exchange of scholarly papers and hours spent in discussion, the two churches reached a deeper understanding and appreciation of each other's beliefs and practices, removed many false stereotypes, and explored possible areas of cooperation. A deep level of friendship and fellowship developed as we acknowledged one another as brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ.
The 219th General Assembly (2010) approved a dialogue with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The first dialogue was held on November of 2011.