Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
La mayor necesidad después del huracán Florence es ayudar a los 10,000 evacuados que aún viven en refugios, dice Bob Mitchell, Coordinador de Servicios Comunitarios Adventistas (ACS) y Socorro en Casos de Desastre (DR) para la Conferencia de Potomac.
This year the Columbia Union Conference’s annual Spiritual Academy Leadership Training (SALT) welcomed more than 220 student leaders and sponsors from 12 of the union's academies, one of SALT's largest groups in its 20-plus year history.
Do you have a talent you’d like to share at Chosen, the 2019 International Pathfinder Camporee in Oshkosh, Wis., August 12–17, 2019? Find out how to participate here.
Want to help with Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts? Adventist Community Services leaders are asking for help in a particular way.
After discussing the upcoming Annual Council where church leaders will consider creating five new oversight committees to reprimand noncompliance around certain policies and actions, the committee voted to set aside October 13 as a day of prayer.
WGTS 91.9, a media ministry in the Columbia Union, spearheaded an initiative to help people suffering from the effects of Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina.
Adventist Community Services (ACS) Disaster Relief (DR) staff around the conferences in the Columbia Union are preparing for the potential local landfall of Hurricane Florence.
Justo antes del comienzo de clases, unos 6.000 educadores adventistas se reunieron en Chicago para la Convención de Maestros de la División Norteamericana 2018, con el tema "Encuentra a Jesús, vive la excelencia".
This summer 21 pastors, many of them from the Columbia Union, enrolled in the “Seminar in Preaching Class,” offered by the Institute of Hispanic Ministry (IHM) at Andrews University (Mich.)