Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2022
Allegheny East Conference will hold a virtual and in-person camp meeting in 2022. Find the details here.
Plan to attend Mountain View Conference's 2022 Camp Meeting.
Summer is coming! Plan to attend a camp meeting in the Columbia Union Conference.
From April 7-9, student filmmakers gathered at Loma Linda University Church for the 20th annual Sonscreen Film Festival, which included the world premiere of Hope Media Europe’s series.
Eight-year-old José Martínez didn’t know what to do or who to turn to. His mom abused him verbally and physically, frequently saying, “Why didn’t I get an abortion?” His brother bullied him. His sister ignored him. His stepdad, an alcoholic and drug addict, deserted him. Martínez longed to be wanted; he felt abandoned instead.
As the family deepened their relationship with Jesus together, they prayed for Cuffie to accept Christ too. Regular interactions allowed the children to share scriptures and read Bible stories with their grandfather almost every day.
Senior Helmi Calles recently received the 2021 Susan Berry Leadership award at RingFest, held in Toledo, Ohio. The award recognizes one bell choir student each year in the North American Division who “demonstrates outstanding leadership in the art of handbells.”
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020, Highland View Academy (HVA) has experienced miraculous protection from the virus on campus and among its faculty and students.
Since November 2021, Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington (ACSGW) has delivered 560 food baskets to Afghan families staying in hotels awaiting resettlement.
Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington's has been fighting food insecurity caused by the pandemic for two years.