Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
Educators have embraced the new frontier of hybrid instruction and have adapted their classrooms in a way that would never have been conceived prior to the pandemic shutdown.
Activities such as ziplining, kayaking, drill competitions, visiting a coal mine, archery and a community service trip to help local senior citizens continued on Friday—the third day of the "Relentless" Columbia Union Conference Camporee.
WGTS 91.9 carried out their first Leadership Associate Development Program this summer with three college students from local and distant universities.
During each evening meeting at the "Relentless" Columbia Union Conference Pathfinder Camporee, social media influencers Tigor Lettsome and Diana Brazoban take the stage.
Hours before the official start of the “Relentless” Columbia Union Camporee, a thunderstorm rolled through the campus, threatening the opening of the evening meeting.
A swarm of Pathfinders descended onto the Summit Bechtel Reserve grounds in Glen Jean, W.Va., today for the 'Relentless' Columbia Union Conference Camporee.
More than 100 New Jersey Conference leaders attended the Children's Ministries convention, and many local church leaders attended a VBS training.
On July 30, Charlotte Pedersen McClure, former director of Communication for the Columbia Union Conference, former managing editor of the Visitor magazine, and retired pastor from the Spencerville church, was ordained to the gospel ministry.
Potomac Conference's Olney Adventist Preparatory School (Md.) held a cooking class and a "Kids in the Kitchen" contest to learn the basics of food preparation while fixing healthy meals and discovering new foods.
Will Peterson, executive secretary for the Pennsylvania Conference, plans to retire September 1. Shawn Shives, assistant to the president, will step into this role following Peterson's retirement.