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At the first 2021–2026 Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting, members gathered via Zoom to vote on several matters relating to upcoming business sessions involving the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
This week, the Office of Education announced its 2020-21 Columbia Union Conference Outstanding Educator Awards.
Students, parents and educators are celebrating their recent and upcoming high school, grade school and kindergarten graduates.
On May 22–23, the Columbia Union Conference hosted its 28th quinquennial constituency meeting. Due to the pandemic and social distancing measures that continue around the union eight-state territory, the two-day meeting was held virtually.
At the Columbia Union Conference 28th Quinquennial Constituency Meeting on May 23, delegates re-elected vice presidents Celeste Ryan Blyden, Frank Bondurant, Rubén A. Ramos and Donovan Ross, and also elected Lisa Saveikis Burrows to replace Wally Carson, who plans to retire at the end of this month.
After 53 years practicing law, including 44 years representing the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Walter Carson, Columbia Union Conference vice president and General Counsel, plans to retire May 31
Lisa Saveikis Burrow, who most recently served as the assistant to the general counsel at the Columbia Union, will replace Walter Carson, who is retiring at the end of May.
On May 22, delegates to the Columbia Union Conference 28th Quinquennial Constituency Meeting re-elected President Dave Weigley, Executive Secretary Rick Remmers and Treasurer Emmanuel Asiedu for the 2021–2026 term.
Dave Weigley, Columbia Union Conference president, shares the President's Report at the union's 28th Constituency Meeting.
A memorial service will be held, Sabbath, May 22 at 3 p.m. at Spencerville Adventist church in Silver Spring, Md.