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Columbia Union members are doing all they can to help the people of Haiti and help the Seventh-day Adventist Church rebuild its ministry there. As you know, there were 522 members killed and 27,000 are now homeless
The Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children, the Lourie Center, announced the appointment of Marcel Wright, MBA, to executive director.
More than 425 members from Potomac Conference’s Sligo church and students from Washington Adventist University (WAU), Sligo Adventist School, and John Nevins Andrews School, all in Takoma Park, Md., participated in the annual Walk for the Homeless.
Numerous television, newspapers, and magazines covering the Haiti tragedy have noted or featured Seventh-day Adventists in their reports. Here are 12 leads and links:
Last month Celeste Ryan Blyden, Columbia Union Conference communication director, and Kermit Netteburg, senior pastor of the Beltsville (Md.) church, led a webinar designed to help churches find practical ways to raise awareness of the Adventist Church.
John Konrad, general manager and vice president of WGTS 91.9 FM, the Christian radio station owned by Washington Adventist University (WAU) in Takoma Park, Md., was honored recently for his efforts to use the station to minister to the Washington, D.C., community and beyond.
Kitty “KM” Hammond, 76, a second-generation member of Chesapeake Conference’s Dover (Del.) church, recently had 50 years of professional art on display at the Delaware Agricultural Museum in Dover.
The English Department Honors Program at Washington Adventist University (WAU) is pleased to present the distinctive work of Beatrice Riese to the Takoma Park, Md., community and beyond.
A former Columbia Union Visitor editor, Don A. Roth, was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 20th annual Society of Adventist Communicators Convention held recently in Newport Beach, Calif. Roth edited the Visitor from 1954 to 1965, while also serving as the Columbia Union Conference public relations and radio-TV secretary.
More than 270 local church leaders of the Allegheny West Conference (AWC) attended the conference’s first Leadership Summit in Charleston, W.Va.