Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2009
Chesapeake Conference’s Capital Brazillian Temple in Highland, Md., recently presented awards to the top six participants in the first 13 weeks of the InStep for Life program. An initiative of the North American Division, InStep encourages members in Bermuda, Canada, and the United States to embrace a more healthful lifestyle. The program officially started January 1, however some churches like Capital Brazillian got an early start in October.
For decades members of the Better Halfs Club have met in each other’s homes every first Sunday of the month to organize family activities, social functions, charitable outreach, and to provide spiritual support. Recently more than 100 people celebrated the club’s 40th anniversary at the Columbia Union Conference’s headquarters in Columbia, Md.
A few days before Christmas a fire destroyed Allegheny East Conference’s Cherry Hill church in Baltimore. The facility was erected in 1988, however, the congregation was formed 30 years ago. Police are still investigating the cause of the two-alarm fire.