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Celebrating religious freedom is not something that often comes to the minds of those who have never been without it, but for Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville church, having religious freedom deserves a celebration.
Ohio Conference’s Kettering church recently held its first CHIP (Coronary Health Improvement Project) program. The 30-day healthy lifestyle course drew nearly 50 attendees and nurtured new friendships.
As part of Adventist HealthCare’s commitment to building healthy communities, the organization’s Health Ministry department recently held its first “Health Ministry Team Building” training at the Conference Center on the campus of Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH) in Takoma Park, Md.
Residents of Montgomery County, Maryland, and surrounding areas are being urged to get a flu shot this fall to help them stay healthy and avoid seasonal influenza, an illness that affects more than 25 million people in the United States each year.
The Chesapeake Conference Executive Committee recently elected Eduardo Muñoz as their new conference treasurer.
Wallace O. Coe, former president of the Columbia Union Conference from 1978-85, recently passed away at the age of 85.
More than 60 religious liberty leaders and representatives from the Allegheny East, Chesapeake, Pennsylvania, and Potomac conferences recently converged at the Columbia Union Conference office building in Columbia, Md., for a special event covering “Social Justice and the Worship of God.”
Washington Adventist Hospital, based in Takoma Park, Md., recently hosted its second “Spirituality in Medicine” symposium exploring the connection between spirituality and healing.
Medical history came to Frederick, Md., with the 35th anniversary celebrating the end of Project White Coat.