Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2009
At approximately 6 p.m. on June 26, a severe thunderstorm passed through Pine Forge, Pa., where Allegheny East Conference Camp Meeting had just convened for 10 days.
Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH) and Columbia Union College (CUC), both based in Takoma Park, Md., received the Business/Education Partnership Award from the Greater Silver Spring Chamber of Commerce for their contributions to quality healthcare and the education of future medical professionals.
June 12th marked a special date for “Family-Friendly Music” station WGTS 91.9 FM as they presented Night of Hope in an effort to reach out to hurting souls.
With family at the core of the New Jersey Conference’s pillars of prayer, stewardship, evangelism, Bible study, and Christ, this year’s camp meeting focused on building stronger churches through building stronger families.
Emulating a master pianist’s bold imagination on the cusp of his adult life, 18-year-old Matt Daley marshaled the components of his formative years when he performed the first classical music concert at Potomac Conference’s Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md.
We are stunned and deeply saddened to learn that Lowell Litten, principal of Eastern Shore Junior Academy, was arrested Sunday, June 14, for alleged sexual misconduct with a minor.
Allegheny East Conference’s Baltimore-based Miracle Temple recently launched Miracle Temple Networks (MTN) available online at miracletemple.net/tv.
Carrie Hess (pictured), an English teacher at Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville Adventist Academy in Silver Spring, Md., joined 11 other Seventh-day Adventist teachers across North America who received top recognition by the Alumni Awards Foundation (AAF).
Last Sunday, some 242 delegates attended the Allegheny West Conference’s (AWC) 15th Regular Constituency Session and 2nd Quadrennial Session. Their purpose was to elect officers, departmental directors, and governing committees; amend the constitution and bylaws; and hear reports of conference work during the past four years.
The Washington Adventist Hospital Foundation held its ninth annual golf benefit, with proceeds going toward the hospital’s Cardiac and Vascular Services.