Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
This weekend, members of the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee met in person for spiritual rejuvenation, renewal and to set the priorities for the remainder of the quinquennium.
Dave Weigley, Columbia Union president, noted that the union leadership was very intentional in creating these priorities and took the time to gauge many constituents in setting them.
Seven teams from four Adventist schools recently converged on Chesapeake Conference's Spenceville Adventist Academy (Md.) for the Mid Atlantic Adventist Robotics League FIRST LEGO League Qualifying Tournament.
Washington Adventist University awarded 27 schoolarships during their 2022 MusicFest. Watch the final concert of the event here.
After more than 20 years of serving at the headquarters of the Columbia Union Conference in Columbia, Md., Harold and Christine Greene are retiring March 1.
When Adventism took root in Washington, D.C., in the late 1800s, the capital city had the largest concentration of blacks of any American city. Howard University, outstanding public high schools, and federal government jobs made Washington a place of opportunity and high achievement for black Americans.
This week, Dawn Thompson started working at the Columbia Union Conference headquarters in Columbia, Md.
Throughout February, the Visitor staff will share historic articles and ads relating to black history in the Columbia Union. This week we found articles about the early years of Message Magazine and the creation of regional conferences.
Emmanuel Asiedu, tesorero de la Unión de Columbia, fue reconocido recientemente por su ministerio a través de la ordenación en su iglesia local, la Iglesia Ghanesa de Washington de la Conferencia de Chesapeake en Columbia, Maryland.
En janvier, le pasteur et évangéliste de longue date, José Espósito Forciniti, a commencé à servir en tant qu'assistant du président pour l'évangélisation à l’Union de Columbia.