Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- July 2020
You don’t need to be enrolled in college to take a 101 class in the intricacies of gardening, maneuvering remote controlled helicopters, creating stained glass or baking bread.
For this year’s spring evangelism series, Carlos Torres, the Personal Ministries director for the New Jersey Conference, and a team of 16 young adults, led the “Encuentros de Fe y Esperanza” (Encounters of Faith and Hope) program—a study of Jesus in the gospels and a doctrinal bridge to the Seventh-day Adventist message.
Those who know Jeannette Dare can testify she has a love and passion for people and a desire to care for them in practical ways. Dare brought this passion and care to her work as Pennsylvania Conference’s Adventist Community Services director for the last 13 years.
Earlier this year, the Yeboah family of Allegheny East Conference's Philadelphia Ghana church had their lives turned upside down when their 7-year-old daughter, Jayzlyn, was hit by a car after exiting a school bus.
Alors que la première vague de la pandémie de COVID-19 frappait le centre de l’Atlantique, les dirigeants des Services Communautaires Adventistes et de la réponse aux catastrophes (ACS) de toutel’ Union de Columbia sont intervenus pour répondre à des besoins accrus.
In mid-March, teachers and students across the conference were unable to meet in their respective school buildings due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. To adapt to this new reality, educators in all 11 Chesapeake Conference schools began offering comprehensive distance learning experiences for their students.
Kettering College collaborated with StageClip to create a digital platform where graduates could record a video message or submit a photo and a personal message that would be displayed during the commencement ceremony.
At that meeting, committee members approved $1.4 million in COVID-19 stimulus funds to be sent to the union’s conferences and Washington Adventist University.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s General Conference Executive Committee met virtually to receive the name of G. Alexander Bryant, the recommendation for division president, from both the North American Division’s nominating committee and executive committee.
Washington Adventist University is buzzing under the surface, preparing for the new semester and the cohort of students they intend to welcome onto campus at the end of August.