Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2020
After nine weeks of in-person closure due to coronavirus shelter-in-place orders, Pennsylvania Conference’s Washington church has now been open for several weeks.
One of Takoma Academy’s (TA) missions is to lead young people to Jesus by helping students maintain a strong spiritual life. This was no challenge for new hire Leah Burgess, who was welcomed to the Tiger family late last year.
Washington Adventist University (WAU) students and staff have found their voices in recent marches for change.
Charis McRoy, a junior at Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy, learned how to loom knit hats from a family friend. After making hats for each of her family members, McRoy wondered how she could use this newfound hobby to serve others.
The gymnasium was transformed into an art gallery. A pianist played live music while nearly 150 guests sipped sparkling juice and nibbled on hors d’oeuvres, served by upper grade students. Students of the Mayfair Christian School (MCS) in Uniontown created the art on display.
William T. Cox, president of the Allegheny West Conference, shared a story from his childood during the Columbia Union Conference Day of Prayer.
Mike Hewitt, president of the Mountain View Conference, prayed during the Columbia Union Day of Prayer June 6.
President Dave Weigley and leaders from across the Columbia Union united to pray for justice, healing and peace.
Visitor News Live went on air to discuss "What Happens Now?" following George Floyd's death and the civil unrest that ensued.
En tant que chrétiens Adventistes du Septième Jour, nous nous levons avec tous ceux qui condamnent ces actions, et nous aussi, nous reclamons justice.