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Tom Wetmore, a longtime Columbia Union member, wrote on Facebook, “I’m so deeply saddened by this news. I was blessed to serve with him through the years. His good humor and friendship will be long remembered. He was a man of integrity and served our Church with honor and distinction.”
Kettering Health announced it has named Michael Mewhirter, current chief financial officer (CFO), as interim chief executive officer (CEO). This appointment follows last week’s announcement that CEO Fred Manchur would be retiring after nearly 12 years in the role.
Harold L. Lee, president of the Columbia Union Conference from 1998-2006, passed away this morning.
The Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities, which is composed of the presidents and other top leadership from 13 Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities in North America, reports the latest consolidated enrollment numbers for 2022.
More than 2,000 Pathfinders recently attended "Relentless," the 2022 Columbia Union Camporee held at Summit Bechtel Reserve in Glen Jean, W.Va. (Watch videos from the camporee here, too!)
Hosted by the Columbia Union leadership team, the inaugural Women Clergy Retreat, themed ‘Refreshed, Renewed, Recharged,’ was held at the Bon Secours Retreat and Conference Center in Marriottsville, Md.
Allegheny East Conference delegates elected a new leadership team at their second quinquennial constituency meeting October 15.
Members of the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee met today to discuss the union’s recent accomplishments and mission projects.
The Visitor team recently interviewed Columbia Union Conference President Dave Weigley to get his take on the union’s newly voted priorities and values for this quinquennium, the challenges our church is facing today, and our role when it comes to social issues.