Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
When Ellen White was a teenager, her family had to stand up for their beliefs. This resulted in them being forced to leave their church—a situation that was incredibly hard for the family.
Young adults in the Washington, D.C., area have a lot to look forward to in 2024.
The January/February 2024 Visitor Magazine is online. Download a PDF here.
As a growing number of Americans have left Christianity, a surprising trend is taking place: an increased interest in the Sabbath.
The 2024 Columbia Union Conference Calendar, which is starting to arrive at homes, features the Columbia Union's strategic motto, "Empower, Equip, Engage."
From 2024–2026, Columbia Union leadership has set their strategic motto to “Empower, Equip, Engage.”
Many local elementary students will have new books in their school libraries, thanks to customers at Potomac Conference’s LivingWell store in Silver Spring, Md.
Event organizer Vickie Anderson says they planned the event—drawing about 10 to 20 nonmembers—so participants from infancy up to 90 years old can have fun.
We're building a list of holiday concerts throughout the Columbia Union territory this holiday season! Send us your concert to be included, too!
Emotional abuse is more common than you think—even within Seventh-day Adventist homes and churches.