Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- February 2020
The Chesapeake Conference recently held a communication training for approximately 50 ministry leaders.
The song, just in time for Valentine’s Day, shares memories of a couple through the years, and the promise they make to continue loving each other in the upcoming years.
Takoma Park City Council leaders recently honored Erwin Mack, head elder at Sligo church (Takoma Park, Md.), for his efforts in bringing faith communities together to work with business in order to improve the city.
Adventist HealthCare commits to partnership with Howard University Hospital to strengthen health services.
In some sense, this building and I grew up together, as I was a member of the congregation until young adulthood when I got married and moved away; far away. I was baptized there. Snuck a first (and a second) kiss there.
Pine Forge Academy (PFA) took intentional steps this year to bolster its community presence by increasing service opportunities for students and providing resources for local community organizations.
The Lay Training Biblical Institute program (Seminario Adventista Laico), sponsored by Andrews University (Mich.), recently brought a clear and fresh vision to the intellectual and spiritual preparation of the lay people of the New Jersey Conference (NJC).
Imagine receiving free consolations with a dentist, medical doctor, lawyer, psychiatrist, psychologist and nutritionist all at the same location. The conference’s Family Ministries Department recently gathered these resources and hosted the “Building Healthy Families for Eternity” event at the Shiloh Cincinnati (Ohio) church.
Washington Adventist University announces the hiring of Ms. Melanie Kwan as Program Director of Music Therapy.