Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2022
The Fall 2022 semester got off to a great start at Washington Adventist University (WAU), as the university welcomed 204 new, transfer and graduate students, nine of them taking advantage of the special annual flat tuition rate.
As Creator of all things and Sustainer of life, God alone is deserving of our praise and adoration. He is the object of our thanksgiving.
Highland View Academy (HVA) has been blessed during the 2022–23 school year with a 12 percent growth in its student population.
The Capitol Hill church in Washington, D.C., recently hosted a community fun day at the nearby Lincoln Park. Themed “One Love,” the event was designed to bring the community together for positive interaction and fellowship.
The Potomac Conference is recognizing eligible churches, schools and other ministry institutions for the innovative ways they are moving beyond the walls in service to their communities.
The New Jersey Conference welcomes Carl Rodriguez to serve as the new youth director.
In the latest Words of Hope video devotional, WGTS midday show producer, Spencer White, connects messages he learns as he coaches his team, with the giants we each face in life.
Columbia Union Executive Committee Meets to Discuss Mission
Tom Wetmore, a longtime Columbia Union member, wrote on Facebook, “I’m so deeply saddened by this news. I was blessed to serve with him through the years. His good humor and friendship will be long remembered. He was a man of integrity and served our Church with honor and distinction.”
Kettering Health announced it has named Michael Mewhirter, current chief financial officer (CFO), as interim chief executive officer (CEO). This appointment follows last week’s announcement that CEO Fred Manchur would be retiring after nearly 12 years in the role.