“We support the development of new churches so as to establish a presence in communities that are not being served by our existing congregations, including in major urban centers like Baltimore, Reading, Pa., and Washington, D.C.,” says Frank Bondurant.
As the sun begins to rise, so do the students at Blue Mountain Academy (BMA)—for a 6:30 a.m. exercise class. Principal Burney Culpepper runs them through a vigorous morning workout. (Get tips on how you can create a fitness routine that works for you too!)
A Blue Mountain Academy bell choir student was recently recognized with an award given to one bell choir student each year from across the North American Division who “demonstrates outstanding leadership in the art of handbells."
Earlier this year, Pennsylvania Conference's Grace Outlet church (GO) moved into its own facility after 10 years of renting. Since its beginning, GO members have had a strong focus on serving their community.
As the time neared closer to the start of their monthlong series, Tom Stone, pastor of Pennsylvania Conference’s Reading Kenhorst Boulevard church, welcomed 40 church and community members alike for opening night.
At the Pennsylvania Conference Blue Mountain Academy's recent “Peace of Mind” mental health conference, students and church members from around the area discovered practical help on topics like depression and anxiety.