Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- May 2018
More than 10,000 people joined the Columbia Union Conference family during the last two years, including 5,300 in 2017. Members gave $133.9 million in tithe, a 3.06 percent increase over 2016, and more than $2.1 million in world mission offerings.
The REACH Columbia Union Urban Evangelism School recently graduated its first class at the school’s new center on the campus of Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Md.
En el Ministerio Hispano de la Asociación de Pennsylvania estamos empeñados en acompañar a los ancianos, predicadores, líderes de grupos pequeños a crecer en la Misión, ofreciéndoles herramientas, materiales y espacios en los que puedan adquirir nuevas capacidades y destrezas para actualizar sus procesos y ser más efectivos en el cumplimiento de la misión.
Attend Pennsylvania Conference's 2018 Camp Meeting at Blue Mountain Academy. Get the details here.
Attend Mountain View Conference's Camp Meeting June 15-23 at Valley Vista Adventist Center in Huttonsville, W.Va.
Go. Tell. Serve. Three words, simple and straightforward. Yet when they are lived out in the name of the Lord, the impact is both profound and eternal.
The Allegheny East Conference Camp Meeting, themed “Hallelujah, Home at Last!” will focus its attention on heaven. Get the details here!
The Allegheny West Conference (AWC) president, administrative officials, pastors and laity recently created havoc in Satan’s camp as 450 individuals of all ages participated in a nonstop Prayer-A-Thon.
Keisha May, a member from West Virginia feels a sense of heartache, but also gratitude every time she hears about a school shooting in the news—gratitude because in God’s providence, her life was spared during a horrific experience.
The plight of refugees from around the globe has come to the forefront in recent years due to horrific wars such as those in Syria and Iraq. As some make their way to the U.S., Columbia Union members are reaching out, making friends and helping them feel at home. Read about this and news from around the Columbia Union in the May 2018 Visitor.