Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- November 2022
Harold L. Lee, president of the Columbia Union Conference from 1998-2006, passed away this morning.
If you’re in need of fresh, quality food during the Thanksgiving season, the Seventh-day Adventist Church is here to help!
Story by Debra Anderson
The Potomac Conference family recently suffered the loss of one of its most prolific preachers, George E. Thornton, Sr.
In October 2021, Thornton was installed as the senior pastor of the Woodbridge (Va.) church. He served the church for just 10 months before his passing.
The First Church of Teaneck in New Jersey recently hosted Hope Channel International’s “Sabbath Impact Day.”
Matt Stroup has joined the Pennsylvania Conference team as the new Media Ministries director. This new position will focus on creating resources to equip and help churches in their mission to reach everyone, everywhere.
On November 12, North American Division’s Health Ministries Department is launching “Recovery Sabbath 2022,” a new yearly focus on addiction recovery.
The second Friday night of each month, Carnegie, Pa., hosts the “Carnegie Crawl,” where Main Street businesses stay open late with live music and special events throughout the town. One local Adventist church is participating!
Missing fresh summer produce? Why not grow some indoors this winter?
Kettering Health announced today that Chief Executive Officer Fred Manchur has decided to retire from his position effective December 31.
Visit Pieter Damsteegt’s Instagram page, @imagineishful, and you’ll see artificial intelligence-generated images of the terrible beast of Daniel 7:7, a Babylon city park circa 600 B.C.