Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- October 2018
Un Message Concernant la Tragédie de Pittsburgh
Que ton amour indefectible soit ma consolation! (Psaume 119: 76).
Responding to Jesus’ call to serve and wanting to help those in need, during the past two years LNAA students participated in several local and international outreach missions.
As we celebrate Spring Valley Academy’s (SVA) 50th anniversary, we’ve chosen to highlight the “Year of Jubilee” for our school theme.
One Sunday morning, members of the Southwest Philadelphia (Pa.) church converged on the K Laundromat in Southwest Philadelphia. They not only paid for 50 loads of laundry for surprised patrons, but assisted with washing and drying too—all as a part of their new laundry ministry, Loads of Love.
Nuestra familia de la Unión de Columbia se aflige con las familias de los muertos y heridos en el tiroteo sin sentido y trágico en la Sinagoga Tree of Life en Pittsburgh. Estos compañeros observadores del sábado estaban ejerciendo su derecho de reunirse y adorar a Dios con libertad de conciencia.
Our Columbia Union Conference family grieves for the families of those killed and wounded in the senseless and tragic shooting in Pittsburgh. These fellow Sabbathkeepers were exercising their right to gather and worship God with liberty of conscience and freedom.
In this world, I picture humanity as though we live in a cave of sin, captive and unable to help ourselves to safety.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is working closely with Allegheny East Conference’s Miracle City Church and Adventist Community Services (ACS) on the Frederick Avenue Corridor Flood Restoration Project, to provide financial support through June 2019 for 36 homes in southwest Baltimore devastated by flood waters in May.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has launched VividFaith to connect people with mission opportunities. This service will be available as a website and an app.
What is important to you? What are the things you most want to accomplish? The Chesapeake Conference has established our priorities, and the first is very simple: Evangelism and Outreach.