Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
They came months, even years ago, leaving in their path destruction, devastation, and thousands of broken hearts and lives. Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, as well as Gustav and Ike are gone now, but the broken homes and lives remain.
Two years ago several individuals from the Potomac Conference’s Community Praise Center (CPC) in Alexandria, Va., set out to raise up a Bible-believing, worship-centered, and discipling Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bowie, Md. Recently the church had an official opening Sabbath celebration.
Wallace O. Coe, former president of the Columbia Union Conference from 1978-85, recently passed away at the age of 85.
More than 60 religious liberty leaders and representatives from the Allegheny East, Chesapeake, Pennsylvania, and Potomac conferences recently converged at the Columbia Union Conference office building in Columbia, Md., for a special event covering “Social Justice and the Worship of God.”
Conference Adventist Community Services (ACS) directors and the executive directors of several metro ministries gathered at the Columbia Union Conference headquarters recently.
Twenty-two professional and highly talented musicians from around the Columbia Union were honored and awarded recently during the first Guild of Adventist Musicians Music Awards Ceremony.
Recently 11 Pathfinder clubs from the Chesapeake, Mountain View, Ohio, and Pennsylvania conferences participated in the Columbia Union Pathfinder Bible Achievement.
Education, Columbia Union College (CUC), and finances were high on the agenda during last month’s Columbia Union Conference Spring Meetings.
School teachers and academy principals recently met for the Spring meetings of the Columbia Union School Administrators Council (CUSAC).
At its year-end meeting, the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee celebrated the union’s centennial with the unveiling of a three-dimensional display that features photos and mementos that chronicle the union’s history.