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About 200 "urban practitioners" from all across the North American Division (NAD) and beyond recently attended the Adventist Urban Congress.
Just before school started last month, 1,200 members from across the Columbia Union made their way to Front Royal, Va., for the first unionwide Pathfinder camporee in five years.
Nearly 380 teenagers and 100 adult leaders, representing 17 churches and 10 states, converged last week for an in-home mission project in Vandalia, Ohio.
“Simply elegant” is the term that best describes the first cotillion sponsored by the Philadelphia County Chapter of the National League of Junior Cotillions. The event, hosted by the North Philadelphia church’s Education Committee, took place on April 29 at the Talamore Country Club in Ambler, Pa.
William G. “Bill” Robertson, President and CEO of Adventist HealthCare, Inc., of Rockville, was honored last month by the American Lung Association of Maryland with its Inaugural Presentation of the Breath of Fresh Air Award.
Baltimore Adventist Community Services (ACS), the city’s lead agency for the 19th Annual National & Global Youth Service Day, mobilized more than 250 young people to volunteer for the event Friday, April 20, through Sunday, April 22, in Baltimore.
Recently, 300 members attended the annual Pennsylvania Hispanic Lay Festival in Strasburg, Pa.
Columbia Union College (CUC) president Randal Wisbey, D.Min., has accepted the invitation of La Sierra University (Calif.) to become their next president.
Recently, 1,400 members from Potomac’s 50 Hispanic churches gathered in Ocean City, Md., for their 10th Lay Evangelism Festival.
Beginning today, Seventh-day Adventists in the mid-Atlantic United States will embark on a yearlong centennial celebration with commemorative events, publications, and observances.