Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
This year, the Harrisburg Eben-Ezer Hispanic church opened their Pathfinder and Adventurer clubs to children in their community.
More than 300 Ohio Conference Pathfinders across the state recently joined together from their homes for the conference’s first ever virtual camporee.
Pam Scheib began her Pathfinder and Adventurer ministry in 1999 when she said, “I do” to her husband, Michael. Since then, she has served as a Pathfinder club staff member, club director and area coordinator, to ultimately becoming the Pennsylvania Conference Pathfinder and Adventurer Ministries director in 2010.
Columbia Union team participation in the annual test of Bible knowledge has more than doubled over the past year.
Story by Columbia Union Staff; Photos by Jeff Cooley
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There’s an active Spanish-speaking youth group in the Potomac Conference called Movimiento Joven Adventista (MJA). Just before Thanksgiving, they showered love and care upon needy families in Takoma Park, Md.
“I was the first one here at 8:30,” said Tammy Kirkwood. “I’ve been coming here for two years now, and I have the best time. I wait for this day.”
The Columbia Union Conference was well represented at the Division Level Pathfinder Bible Achievement in Berrien Springs, Mich. Ohio Conference’s Delaware Discoverers and Pennsylvania Conference’s Reading Hampden Hawks went up against 24 other Pathfinder clubs from across the North American Division.
Six qualifying Pathfinder clubs from the Columbia Union recently competed at the Division Level Pathfinder Bible Achievement held in Berrien Springs, Mich.