Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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All things happen in His time. That is what members of the Bryan and Defiance churches were reminded of as they recently merged into a single, new church now known as the Trinity church.
More than 125 young adult members from the Allegheny East and Potomac conferences congregated at the Dupont Park church in Washington, D.C., recently for First Fridays.
Two members of churches in the Columbia Union Conference, who are also Washington Adventist University alumni, were recently named directors at the North American Division.
The annual Vibrant Life Fun Run & Walk, held this year on October 10 in Hagerstown, Md., attracted 169 participants from Maryland, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.
After 10 years of planning, sacrificing, facing challenges and faithful giving, Allegheny East Conference’s Metropolitan church in Hyattsville, Md., recently dedicated their new activity and ministry center.
More than 150 young people who attended the Hispanic Youth Festival were not only reminded that God has offered His grace and love to them, but texted that grace to their friends.
This week, the Ohio Conference convened the sixth annual National Conference on Innovation.
At the fall meeting of the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee, members rejoiced over lots of good news coming from the field.
Employees of Adventist HealthCare, based in Rockville, Md., recently showed their giving spirit by donating 2,449 pounds of companion animal food to the nearby Montgomery County Humane Society.
The new Pearson Education textbook, Environmental Science–Your World, Your Turn, (2011 Edition) by Jay Withgott, features several students from Highland View Academy (HVA) in Hagerstown, Md.