Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- May 2022
At each stop, listeners donated diapers and wipes. They also picked up station bumper stickers and other WGTS items such as pencils, pens, notepads, and sunscreen.
Washington Adventist University has completed and submitted an internal self-study of the university relative to the identified seven Middle States Commission on Higher Education standards.
Washington Adventist University (WAU) and Capitol Technology University (Capitol Tech) have now signed a memorandum of understanding.
Spencerville Adventist Academy’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) recently inducted 41 new members and two transfer members into their chapter, bringing the total membership to 86 students. Inductees are chosen for the excellence they exhibit in areas of scholarship, character, leadership and service.
Earlier this year, Lake Nelson Adventist Academy (LNAA) had the honor of holding the annual induction ceremony for the National Honor Society (NHS). Twelve students were added to the LNAA chapter— nine from LNAA, two from Waldwick Adventist School and one from Vine Haven Adventist School.
Studying the history of African Americans and people of color is a year-round pursuit at Pine Forge Academy (PFA). But during Black History Month, the focus is greater with programs and activities to educate students and the community about their accomplishments.
When Stephen Lewis became the pastor of Allegheny West Conference's Blessed Hope church in Cincinnati, he soon learned that he was not the only minister in his congregation.
The Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee members met today, receiving reports from leaders throughout the territory. The group also set the values that will guide the committee and union through the remainder of the quinquennium.
At their quarterly meeting today, Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee members voted to adopt guiding values for the remainder of the quinquennium. Committee members also received reports of mission from around the territory—including one of Kettering Health's new ventures.
In a series of caravan meetings, members from 17 churches around the Chesapeake Conference gathered to encourage attendees to win souls for Jesus, plant multicultural churches and start small groups.