Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
This is a very challenging time for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America. Actions taken at the 2018 General Conference Annual Council meeting in Battle Creek, Michigan, did not have the outcome for the church that we had strived toward. Many of us are dealing with fear, disappointment, and even anger.
In light of these important items under consideration at the Annual Council, our Committee voted to set aside the Sabbath during Annual Council, October 13, as a special day of prayer.
Story by V. Michelle Bernard
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After discussing the upcoming Annual Council where church leaders will consider creating five new oversight committees to reprimand noncompliance around certain policies and actions, the committee voted to set aside October 13 as a day of prayer.
WGTS 91.9, a media ministry in the Columbia Union, spearheaded an initiative to help people suffering from the effects of Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina.