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5 Ways Columbia Union Members are Creating Community

5 Ways Columbia Union Members are Creating Community

The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have overtaken every facet of our lives. Five Columbia Union churches are attempting to ease the heavy load and stress they've been carrying by meeting the needs of their community virtually.

1. Chesapeake Conference’s Highland View church in Hagerstown, Md., is delivering communion items to members’ homes Friday to take part in their live streamed communion service on Sabbath

2. Potomac Conference’s Beltsville (Md.) church Tech Road campus created a “virtual lobby” via Zoom for members to connect with each other prior to their 11 a.m. Sabbath service

3. Allegheny East Conference’s Crown of Life Worship Center in Edgewood, Md., hosted a social distancing food distribution in which cars pulled up and church members packed trunks with meals.

4. Pennsylvania Conference’s Hispanic Ministries Department is hosting a virtual “Holy Week” evangelistic series in which each evening a different pastor preaches. 

5. New Jersey Conference’s Youth Ministries is hosting an online “5MinuteSermonSeries” to reach the youth and young adults of New Jersey. 


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