Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
Church members across the Columbia Union Conference continued to participate in evangelism efforts during the first months of the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
As the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic hit the Mid-Atlantic United States, Adventist Community Services and Disaster Response (ACS) leaders from across the Columbia Union Conference stepped in to meet increased need.
In honor of the 125th anniversary of the Visitor magazine, join the Visitor staff in continuing to make 2020 healthy. Register for the virtual Visitor 5K, to take place September 20–26.
In partnership with Adventist Community Services (ACS) of the North American Division (NAD), the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), the global humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has provided funding to expand the services of more than 200 Adventist food pantries across the U.S.
En preparación para el 2021 "Año de la Biblia" de la Unión de Columbia, los líderes, pastores, estudiantes y miembros están invitados a escribir y enviar devocionales breves sobre uno de sus versículos bíblicos favoritos y lo que significa para sus vidas.
Over the weekend, several groups in the Columbia Union met to pray, grieve and call for justice after the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others at the hands of police.
After nine weeks of in-person closure due to coronavirus shelter-in-place orders, Pennsylvania Conference’s Washington church has now been open for several weeks.
William T. Cox, president of the Allegheny West Conference, shared a story from his childood during the Columbia Union Conference Day of Prayer.
President Dave Weigley and leaders from across the Columbia Union united to pray for justice, healing and peace.