Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- March 2020
As a healthcare organization serving the Washington, D.C., region, Adventist HealthCare is on the front lines during this uncertain and difficult time, providing care and comfort when people need it the most.
Will Johns, Pastor of Beltsville church's Tech Road Campus shared the following message, encouraging us to care for our souls during this tough time.
Potomac People launched earlier this year and aims to highlight various individuals within the conference through interview-style and storytelling programming. The show compiles some of the most interesting back- stories new to most listeners.
Banned large public gatherings have forced church communities and schools across the country to get creative in congregating the last two weeks. We’ve assembled a list of resources and ideas to help you better build community during this unprecedented time.
Rejoignez nous pour une journée spéciale de prière, le sabbat 28 mars 2020.
One of the things I learned from my parents is how important it is to begin each day with prayer.
Este sábado 28 de marzo, los líderes de la Unión de Columbia y sus ocho conferencias locales, los líderes de las redes de atención médica e instituciones de educación superior están pidiendo a los miembros que participen en un día especial de oración.
Join us for a special day of prayer, Sabbath, March 28, when we will pray for our members, for our world and everyone impacted by COVID-19.
The word intentional means that an action is taken on purpose. Interestingly, when it comes to the most important things in life, it often seems that few people treat them with an intentional mindset.
Members of Allegheny East Conference’s Mount Olivet church (MOSDAC) in Camden, N.J., regularly distribute food to the community every Wednesday and second and fourth Thursday of the month, but because of the COVID-19 crisis, last week they sought to serve a targeted group of seniors, single parents and single members of the church, as well as the broader community.