Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Allegheny East Conference
The Campostella Heights church in Norfolk, Va., recently celebrated its 105th church anniversary. Prior to the formation of the Allegheny East Conference, Campostella, previously known as the Bethel church, was already serving what is now known as the Tidewater area.
Allegheny East Conference's New Life church in Gaithersburg, Md., recently hosted a stewardship emphasis series titled, “Money Moves.”
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 First Church of Teaneck in New Jersey recently hosted Hope Channel International’s “Sabbath Impact Day.”
Allegheny East Conference delegates elected a new leadership team at their second quinquennial constituency meeting October 15.
Close to 150 Allegheny East Conference members attended and several presented at the the recent North American Division CALLED Pastors’ Family Convention held in Lexington, Ky.
Lawita G. Cheatham-Hemphill has joined Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy (PFA) administrative team as the director of development.
Allegheny East Conference (AEC) ended its camp meeting session this year with a one-day, in-person Sabbath on the campgrounds of Pine Forge, Pa., marking the first face-to-face camp meeting since the pandemic began.
Margaret Brown is Allegheny East Conference’s (AEC) longest serving Women’s Ministries area leader. Brown, a member of the Berea church in Baltimore, has been a local church leader in the Baltimore area since the inception of Women’s Ministries in the AEC more than 30 years ago.
Members from the New Hope church (NHC) in Tappahannock, Va., recently partnered with area churches to serve their community. Activities included sewing bibs for a local nursing home, building ramps for older individuals, distributing prayer shawls and Bibles to others and delivering food to homes.