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Pathfinders from around the Columbia Union Conference gathered in Schuylkill Haven, Pa., today for the union's "Fearless" Pathfinder Camporee.
Pathfinders will gather at the Sckuylkill County Fairground October 6 - October 9 for "Fearless," the Columbia Union Camporee. Watch the evening meetings on the Columbia Union Visitor Facebook page.
Sherwood (Woody) D. Pangborn, Columbia Union Conference publishing director from 1979 to 1991, passed away August 4 in Lansing, Mich.
Washington Adventist University recently held their fourth annual Visionaries Gala where they honored three individuals including Dave Weigley, Columbia Union Conference president.
Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee members gathered today for their first meeting after the 27th Constituency Session in May.
REACH Columbia Union Urban Evangelism School launched their second school year at the end of August with a cohort of eight students. The students come from various places across the Columbia Union, as well as from Indiana and Northern California.
During a meeting today, Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee members affirmed the appointment of Jacqueline Messenger, Chesapeake Conference superintendent of schools, as the Columbia Union Conference’s associate director for secondary education.
During the September 15 Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting, members voted to re-appoint eight Columbia Union staff members to their current positions. They also appointed Tabita Martinez as undertreasurer beginning February 1, 2017, when Carol Wright retires. Celeste Ryan-Blyden will reassume Visitor editor responsibilities.
Tiffany Brown is the new director of the REACH Columbia Union Conference Urban Evangelism School, based in Philadelphia.
We are here, because talking saves lives,” said Jose Rojas at the opening of We Stand For All, a forum at Potomac Conference’s Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md., designed to discuss if the church should have a role in social justice—a question that has become more prevalent following a rally on the National Mall where nearly 1,000 Adventists stood together for prayer and peace.