Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- August 2019
Versacare announced that for 2020 it will award $1 million in STEM grants to qualifying Adventist primary and secondary schools across the North American Division.
For the first time, the Allegheny East Conference’s Relationship Ministries Department hosted an eight-hour Mental Health First Aid training at this year’s camp meeting. Attendees learned initial skills to provide support to individuals with developing mental health or substance use problems and how to connect them to appropriate care.
After 62 years in the same Takoma Park, Md. location, WGTS is celebrating the grand opening of its new broadcast ministry center in Rockville, Md.
Kettering College has increased the amount of scholarship awarded to Seventh-day Adventist students so eligible applicants can now potentially receive anywhere between 25% – 100% off of their tuition.
Allegheny West Conference's Columbus Central church has been hosting the Watoto Children Choir from Uganda for the last three years, under the leadership of Clarice Williams, the church’s Community Outreach director.
At the 2019 Chosen International Pathfinder Camporee, Adventist youth had the opportunity to help Adventist Community Services with Disaster Response supply buckets.
When Maricris España, a staff member of Potomac Conference’s Langley Park (Md.) Conquistadores Pathfinder Club, walked on the stage during the Wednesday night meeting of the 2019 International Pathfinder Camporee, she didn’t know that she was in for a big surprise.
“We are here on behalf of our constituents, 720,000 Marylanders, to thank you for the care you will deliver and for the incredible mission that anchors Adventist HealthCare," stated Congressman John Sarbanes.
Some 50,000 Pathfinders were in Oshkosh, Wisc., last week for the 2019 International Pathfinder Camporee, themed "Chosen."
Hangar Provides Camporee Fun, Focus on Mission