Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2023
Earlier this year, we shared with our members that the Columbia Union Conference was aware of allegations of improper fiscal conduct at Kettering Health, a nonprofit health care organization sponsored by the Columbia Union.
Event organizer Vickie Anderson says they planned the event—drawing about 10 to 20 nonmembers—so participants from infancy up to 90 years old can have fun.
The Bible tells us the story of a woman who is famous for giving everything she had, even though she was a widow. Her testimony tells us the meaning of true giving.
Allegheny East Conference's Community church in Englewood, N.J., recently hosted a three-week evangelistic and community impact series under a tent in McKay Park, themed “Keep Hope Alive.”
The leadership and members of the Ohio Conference held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of constructing a multipurpose pavilion for young people within its territory.
Pine Forge Academy (PFA) recently celebrated its 48th Alumni Weekend. At the gathering, the National Pine Forge Academy Alumni Association (NPFAAA) raised more than $50,000 toward the Worthy Student Scholarship Fund.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are the two most festive holidays on the calendar. In these last two months of the year, extended family members reunite, decadent holiday meals are prepared and enjoyed, and the battle wages on for the appropriate time to begin playing Christmas music!
This school year, Potomac Conference's Takoma Academy welcomes three new teachers to its team.
Themed, “Be the Light,” Lake Nelson Adventist Academy's focus this year is to strive to lead students, families and communities into a deeper, more intimate relationship with Jesus.
Kelly Butler Coe was named vice president for Communication at the fall Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting.