Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- May 2016
The following is a statement released by the Potomac Conference.
Potomac Conference Team:
ADRA is launching a month-‐‑long campaign in support of refugees, beginning May 30. Through this campaign, ADRA will join other non-profit organizations around the world in showing support for refugees in the lead up
Seth Bardu, Columbia Union Conference treasurer, shares the 27th Constituency Treasurer’s Report about the work of his team during the last five years.
This two-minute video provides a visual overview at the Columbia Union Conference.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new $9.7 million Gail S. and Bruce E. Boyer Health Professions and Wellness Center took place on Friday, May 20 on the Washington Adventist University campus in Takoma Park, Md.
Washington Adventist University (WAU) held its quinquennial Constituency Meeting May 20, 2016 at Potomac Conference's Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md. The meeting was called to order at 9:30 a.m. by Dave Weigley, Chair of the WAU Board of Trustees and Columbia Union Conference president. Michael Kulakov,WAU Religion professor, led the devotion and prayer.
This past weekend delegates to the Columbia Union Conference Constituency Meeting voted to approve the following Executive Committee:
A lively discussion preceded the voted acceptance of the Constitution and Bylaws Committee report, which included a proposed reduction in the size of the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee from the current 52 to 46 for the 2016-2021 quinquennium.
Today 13 graduates of the REACH Columbia Union Urban Evangelism School walked across the stage to receive their diplomas. The school’s inaugural graduation happened during the 27th Columbia Union Conference Constituency Session at Potomac Conference’s Southern Asian church in Silver Spring, Md.
At the 27th Columbia Union Conference Constituency Session, delegates appointed Donovan Ross, a longtime union educator, as the new vice president of education. Ross replaces Ham Canosa, who is retiring after 43 years serving the Seventh-day Church.