Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Allegheny East Conference
God always gives us what we need, not what we deserve.
Toward the end of 2019, Minnie Redcross, one of the matriarchs of the Hillside church in Harrisburg, Pa., passed away. Among those present at her funeral was her great-great-niece, Dereasha Leaks.
The Prayer Ministries team of First Church in Washington, D.C., recently dedicated their community prayer box. The concept for the box came about when the team, inspired by Hebrews 4:16, sought to connect with their community in a meaningful way
In response to the pandemic, Rehoboth church members in Reading, Pa., wanted to reach their neighboring community. After assessing community needs, Catrice Davis-Ford, Rehoboth’s Adventist Community Services leader, proposed relaunching the church’s food pantry.
In my 35 years of ministry, these verses have carried me through many storms and blessings. This passage became even more relevant when I got into a terrible car accident.
In my occupation as a communicator, where I’m often required to publicly speak, I cannot help but look back and give credit to that verse—customized just for me.
As a patroller, Kiera John-Lewis had the opportunity to “play an important role in helping young pedestrians learn and fulfill responsibilities regarding traffic safety,” according to the program’s website.
Recently, the Emmanuel Worship Center in Alexandria, Va., hosted a drive-in baptism and communion service.
Pine Forge Academy of the Allegheny East Conference finds comfort and direction in praying without ceasing.
South Central Conference Youth Director Michael Polite led out in Pine Forge Academy's online Week of Prayer and shared the following tips to combat anxiety.