Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- September 2016
During the September 15 Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting, members voted to re-appoint eight Columbia Union staff members to their current positions. They also appointed Tabita Martinez as undertreasurer beginning February 1, 2017, when Carol Wright retires. Celeste Ryan-Blyden will reassume Visitor editor responsibilities.
Tiffany Brown is the new director of the REACH Columbia Union Conference Urban Evangelism School, based in Philadelphia.
LivingWell, formerly known as Potomac ABC, is hosting their Fall Fitness Festival this Sunday, September 18 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 12004 Cherry Hill Road, Silver Spring, Md.
We are here, because talking saves lives,” said Jose Rojas at the opening of We Stand For All, a forum at Potomac Conference’s Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md., designed to discuss if the church should have a role in social justice—a question that has become more prevalent following a rally on the National Mall where nearly 1,000 Adventists stood together for prayer and peace.
Thursday night at approximately 9:15 pm a fire was spotted in one of the barns that a local farmer uses to store his equipment and some bales of hay on the campus of Blue Mountain Academy (BMA), Hamburg, Pa.
Last weekend Pine Forge Academy (PFA)celebrated Alumni Weekend and 70 years of existence during the weekend themed “Legacy of Excellence.”
Potomac Conference's Beltsville church in Beltsville, Md., recently launched its second site in Silver Spring, Md. More than 200 attended the service.
It’s not just the adults at the Bridgeton Spanish church in Bridgeton giving weekly Bible studies to their neighbors. Every week Jaffet Vazquez, a fourth-grader at Vine Haven Adventist School in Vineland, teaches the children that live on Walnut Street more about the Bible and his best friend, Jesus.