Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
At its March meeting, the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee voted to move the REACH Columbia Union Evangelism School—currently based in Philadelphia—to Washington Adventist University (WAU) in Takoma Park, Md.
During the recent young adult summit—the first of its kind in the union—held March 31–April 2 at the Crystal City Hilton in Arlington, Va., more than 300 participants from the Columbia Union, discussed ways to bridge communication and generation gaps between young adults and older church leadership.
In recent months, newly proposed United States immigration policies have caused a wave of fear among many Seventh-day Adventist church members and their families across the Columbia Union Conference, making some too afraid to attend church. But some churches are working to help ease the fears.
Church leaders call Global Youth Day the “greatest opportunity we have to experience unity”
Sixteen Pathfinder Bible Experience (PBE) teams from the Columbia Union Conference will continue on to the North American Division finals in Chicago April 21-22.
During the 2016-2021 quinquennium, the Columbia Union Conference seeks to further the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church by prioritizing the following the following items.
During the March 12 Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting, Dave Weigley, union president, recognized Ray Hartwell’s 13 years on the committee and his 21 years serving in the Pennsylvania Conference.During the March 12 Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting, Dave Weigley, union president, recognized Ray Hartwell’s 13 years on the committee and his 21 years serving in the Pennsylvania Conference.
We are deeply saddened to share that Goldie Louis passed away last evening from complications following a stroke she suffered on February 21.
This week teachers and education administrators gathered at the Columbia Union Conference headquarters in Columbia, Md., for a week of training and planning.
Benjamin Carson, a renowned retired pediatric neurosurgeon, was confirmed today as the secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Carson is the first Seventh-day Adventist to hold a cabinet secretary position.