Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Henry Wright
Henry and Carol Wright with grandson Jonathan Marcel Wright
En el artículo principal de Visitor de este mes, el escritor Benjamin A. Baker nos presenta la vida de Henry Wright, quien durante 20 años ha pastoreado el Community Praise Center de Potomac Conference en Alexandria, Virginia. Su último día en el púlpito de esta iglesia será el 3 de mayo. Luego, servirá como pastor en la iglesia de Takoma Park, Maryland.
Pastor Henry Wright's ministry has spanned almost 50 years. Check out this photo gallery of his life and ministry. Gallery by Benjamin J. Baker
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Pastor Wright in the CPC sanctuary.
Pastory Henry Wright | Photograph b
Committee impressed that someone who is not an Adventist would be so dedicated to promoting one of the church’s “vital instruments of evangelism.”
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Last Thursday, for the second year in a row, the officers of the Columbia Union Conference recognized those who have made a significant contribution to ministry in the union. Six were honored with a special luncheon and the Notable Person of Honor Award.
Over the course of three days, some 700 Columbia Union pastors and their spouses gathered in Baltimore for the union’s first pastors convention in nine years. Themed “iAbide” with the tagline “Strengthen, Renew, Replenish,” convention organizers set out to do just that.
The Adventist-laymen's Services & Industries (ASI) Columbia Union chapter (CUASI) recently held their annual convention at Potomac Conference’s Vienna (Va.) church. Some 700 attendees, including church members, donated some $10,000 to fund upcoming CUASI projects that aim to fulfill ASI’s motto of “Sharing Christ in the Marketplace.”