Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
A local church, union, and North American Division recently partnered together to show their appreciation for the dedicated service of local front-line healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We talked to educators and students from around the union and learn about more creative ways members are lending a helping hand during this tough time.
Here are five ways Columbia Union members are trying to lend a hand during the COVID-19 crisis.
“God gives us ideas and thoughts for businesses and it’s for His glory,” D’Souza-David said. “No matter what it is it’s for His glory. Anything God has enabled you to do is for His glory.”
The event, the first to be hosted virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, took place on Zoom.
On a recent Visitor News Live, U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black shared the following advice for this stressful time during the coronavirus pandemic.
How is the coronavirus impacting life, mission and ministry? How are Seventh-day Adventist members, pastors and leaders in the Columbia Union Conference coping with the disruption and uncertainty? Watch episodes of Visitor News Live to see more.
The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have overtaken every facet of life today. Five Columbia Union churches are attempting to ease the heavy load and stress we’ve been carrying by virtually meeting the needs of their community.
Dave Weigley, Columbia Union Conference President, shares an Easter message.
“We’re in survival mode right now and it was really sudden. There wasn’t a whole lot of preparation [before the Covid-19 hit the United States], said Marissa Leslie, M.D., chair of Psychiatry at Adventist HealthCare in the Columbia Union Visitor’s “Coping in the Time of Covid-19 conversation series.