"Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the
habit of doing, but let us encourage one another and all the more as you see the Day
approaching" (Heb 10:25)
Food For Thought: Disagreement even on minor points of doctrine doesn't have to divide the Church. Finding a place to fellowship can be very difficult for Sabbath Keepers, and unfortunately, most Sabbath Keepers tend to be very intolerant of those who do not understand the scriptures in the exact same way they do. Instead of looking for a congregation where they are in 100% doctrinal agreement, you should look for a place where you can worship, serve and be served unto the Lord, and where there is a true evidence of love for one another.
There can and will be variation between individuals beliefs, and that is OK, as long as it does not go against the absolutes of scripture, or teaching against what the Bible says.
Jesus taught that the true church would be a “little flock” (Luke 12:32), hated by the world (Matthew 10:22), and persecuted (Matthew 10:23). He also taught that only a few would find the way to eternal life (Matthew 7:14; 20:16). Jude indicates that the number of saints was relatively small (Jude 14), while the Paul called the small group a "remnant" (Romans 11:5).