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Kelsi Bolden, a former vibraphonist student from Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music and a member of Allegheny West Conference's Park Street church, shares her faith with former classmates.
Two youth teams from Columbus Adventist Academy (Ohio), and one adult team from the Ephesus church in Columbus recently represented Alleheny West Conference in the 40th annual Bible Bowl.
Jesus’ greatest commandment is that God is to be number one in every category of our lives. For God, being number two is not an option.
Allegheny West Conference (AWC) recently held its first in-person camp meeting in four years. The five-day meeting, located in Columbus, Ohio, at both the Beacon of Hope church and the First Church of God—one of the most spacious edifices in the Columbus area—was themed, “Get Ready, Get Ready, Get Ready,” which was echoed from the opening night with David Taylor, a professor emeritus from the School of Religion at Loma Linda University (Calif.).
Allegheny West Conference's (AWC) Grace Community church, recently celebrated its grand opening, attended by more than 700 members and friends.
This year, the Ethan Temple church in Clayton, Ohio, is celebrating the gift of longevity—marking the 100th year in ministry to the Lord.
Jack Manongi joined Allegheny West Conference (AWC) late last year as an assistant treasurer. He previously worked at the Lake Region Conference (Ill.) where he was employed as an auditor and Plant Fund accountant.
Rena Mae Walker was born October 16, 1922, in Nashville, Tenn., when a gallon of gas was 25 cents, and a postal stamp was two cents. Walker studied at the Carter-Lawrence Elementary School and Pearl High School in Nashville.
Mountain View Conference’s (MVC) goal to “Tell Somebody About Jesus” has extended beyond their own borders. In August 2022, four pastors and one of their wives left their own districts and made their way across state lines and conference borders to Columbus, Ohio.
Kwesi Gyimah, pastor of the Columbus (Ohio) All Nations church, began “Walk with the Pastor” events in spring of 2022 to incorporate physical activity and interaction outside of the church while discussing spiritual matters.