Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2020
Each Sabbath since social distancing due to the coronavirus, Kandace Zollman has put her talents to work by “chalking” God’s love on her driveway.
You don’t need to be enrolled in college to take a 101 class in the intricacies of gardening, maneuvering remote controlled helicopters, creating stained glass or baking bread.
Sarah Porter and other volunteers brainstormed ways to continue serving and decided on conducting virtual visits. Now, three or more times a week, Swiffer and other pet volunteers join Zoom calls to connect with workers at nurse stations.
I love it when I have some family vacations scheduled on the calendar. I have had to cancel two trips for this summer already and that is disappointing. ... So how do we respond?
Aquí hay 15 formas en que la Unión de Columbia capacitó a los miembros y a las conferencias para compartir la luz en el 2019.
With all churches across the Columbia Union Conference physically closed due to the coronavirus, pastors and members changed—seemingly overnight— the way they minister. In addition to offering livestreamed or pre-recorded services, many churches and conferences moved planning meetings, Sabbath School classes and Bible studies to Zoom, Facebook Live or other digital video platforms.
Meet Adventists on the front lines in the battle against COVID-19!
Recently our world has been overtaken by the coronavirus pandemic. Fear and uncertainty abound, people are suffering and many lives have been lost. Social distancing measures have left many people working from home or seeking unemployment benefits.
See the 2019 Columbia Union Conference Annual Report.
"The student speakers and the campus ministries department agreed that Week of Prayer was more important now than ever before," says Mandy Corea, campus ministries director for Highland View Academy.