Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2022
We’ve been living under the life-changing circumstances of a pandemic for nearly two years. During this time, some good new habits have been developed, out of necessity, for health safety reasons that help prevent the spread of the virus (and other pathogens too).
The Pine Forge Academy (PFA) choir recently premiered their long-awaited live musical produc- tion, This Is My Black, at the Flagship Theater in Pottstown, Pa.
Mountain View Conference ministry leaders shared the following goals for 2022.
The Potomac Conference recently created a director of media position to further opportunities for spreading the gospel.
As we reflect on 2021, we are both saddened by the great losses the global pandemic has brought to many families and thankful that the Lord has led us through the challenges of ministry amid crises.
Jayné Johnson, first lady of the Metropolitan church in Plainfield, N.J., was recently appointed as the director of the new Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging in the New Jersey governor’s office. “I’m honored to carry out this purpose-driven work and grateful for the support of my family and church community,” says Johnson.
Des calendriers supplémentaires de l’Union de Conférences de Columbia pour 2022 sont encore disponibles.
“Anytime you can bring the listening family together for a night with two legendary artists, you know it’s going to be incredible,” says WGTS morning show host and promotions director Jerry Woods. “You can’t help but leave the show in the Christmas spirit.”
En décembre, le nouveau site web de Columbia Union Revolving Fund (CURF), columbiaunionrevolvingfund.org, a été mis en ligne
Emmanuel Asiedu, trésorier de l'Union de Fédérations Columbia, a récemment été reconnu pour son ministère par une cérémonie de consécration dans son église d'origine, l'église ghanéenne de Washington de la Fédération de Chesapeake, à Columbia (Maryland).