Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
“Our goal was to provide tools and ideas to facilitate and enhance efforts to tell our
Church’s stories and share our message internally and externally,” says Celeste Ryan Blyden, vice president for Strategic Communication and Public Relations.
Rob Vandeman began his pastoral ministry career in 1971 at a church in Denver. He joined the Columbia Union in 1984 as senior pastor of Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville church.
Simple invitations to worship and study together are changing lives. Here is how it is happening.
Many churches across the Columbia Union Conference are still closed for in-person worship due to the coronavirus pandemic, including all churches in the Allegheny East and West conferences. Churches in the New Jersey Conference have experienced 38 deaths as a result of COVID-19. Eighty percent of these churches are now open at 25 percent capacity, reported President Dave Weigley at the September 17 Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting.
Today Kelly Butler Coe was promoted to associate director during the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting.
Haz que un adulto publique una foto tuya encontrando a Victor en este número, etiqueta al Visitor en las redes sociales y te enviaremos un imán de LivingWell en Silver Spring, Maryland.
Kids! Get your parents to post a photo of you finding Victor in the September/October issue. Then tag the Visitor on social media (Facebook or Instagram), and we’ll send you a magnet from LivingWell in Silver Spring, Md.
Here are some articles, resources and inspiration to help you want to get creative.
Esta primavera y verano, un estudiante de cada una de las academias de la Unión de Columbia recibió el premio al Corazón Cariñoso de parte de la Oficina de Educación de la Unión de Columbia. Los honrados demostraron un compromiso para servir y testificar.
Avec des masques et des bureaux séparés de six pieds (ou plus), les enseignants et les élèves des écoles de l’Union de Fédérations de Columbia font face à une année scolaire qui semble bien différente que les années passées.