Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2020
In honor of the 125th anniversary of the Visitor magazine, join the Visitor staff in continuing to make 2020 healthy. Register for the virtual Visitor 5K, to take place September 20–26.
Families suffering from hunger due to COVID-19 can have a more enjoyable holiday weekend thanks to several Adventist groups who are joining together this Friday to distribute approximately 3,000 food boxes.
In partnership with Adventist Community Services (ACS) of the North American Division (NAD), the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), the global humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has provided funding to expand the services of more than 200 Adventist food pantries across the U.S.
En preparación para el 2021 "Año de la Biblia" de la Unión de Columbia, los líderes, pastores, estudiantes y miembros están invitados a escribir y enviar devocionales breves sobre uno de sus versículos bíblicos favoritos y lo que significa para sus vidas.
“The North American Division recognizes the financial challenges facing the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America due to COVID-19,” the proposal stated. “Careful consideration has been given to the current and future financial health of the North American Division relative to the amount of the appropriation provided.”
A few months ago, Tammi was inspired by the Holy Spirit to begin a special mission. An artist in her spare time, Tammi started collecting smooth stones and rocks which she paints, inscribing on each one a particular scripture from the Bible.
This year the Allegheny West Conference has adopted the theme “Worship Through Service & Sacrifice—Giving and Living His Calling.”
A few months ago, due to the coronavirus, our churches moved worship and ministry online. Uncharted territory for many, it turned out to be a gold mine for ministry!
We are navigating with a measure of uncertainty regarding the details of how everything will unfold in the near future. Nevertheless, Jesus has not been caught by surprise by our current world condition.
Kelly (Peach) Long (’98) didn’t know she would be designing things for her alma mater when she began her job at Kettering Adventist HealthCare in 2017 as a graphic designer.