Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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The Potomac Conference ministerial spouses braved the heavy rain, limited visibility and congested roadways to attend a gathering planned just for them. Spouses traveled from Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., to connect with each other during a recent weekend retreat in Cambridge, Md.
The Potomac Conference Treasury team recently underwent training with a new software program that will help them work more effectively and efficiently to better serve the needs of the organization and its local churches.
Maryland Governor Wes Moore recently visited the Takoma Park Seventh-day Adventist church to express gratitude for when the congregation helped his family during a tough time years ago.
Members from 10 Seventh-day Adventist churches in the Tidewater area of Virginia recently joined forces and worked with other organizations to help remedy the high levels of limited access to health care
At this year’s Alumni Weekend, excitement and laughter were felt and heard throughout each generation represented. The big event that students, faculty and alumni had worked hard for went off without a hitch.
The Class of 2023 at Potomac Conference's Takoma Academy (TA) celebrated its graduation last weekend with its consecration and baccalaureate services at Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md.
A 2018 Takoma Academy (TA) graduate, Taylor Waters matriculated to Andrews University (Mich.), where he received a dual degree in Business and Aeronautical Science in 2021.
Recently, the Beltsville Adventist School’s (BAS) Robocats club in Beltsville, Md., seized victory by earning the FIRST LEGO League Champion’s Award at the Adventist Robotics Mid-Atlantic Region Qualifying Tournament.
A spiritual revival occurred on the campus of Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy during student-led Week of Prayer like nothing I’ve seen before.
For more than two years, pastors and teachers in the Potomac Conference have been intentional in moving beyond the physical walls of their buildings to reach those in their communities. Now, young people are also getting on board.