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At its year-end meeting, the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee celebrated the union’s centennial with the unveiling of a three-dimensional display that features photos and mementos that chronicle the union’s history.
Lelia Cooper, a Shiloh church member in Huntington, W.Va., got a memorable call recently. On behalf of her deceased brother, Major William L. Hill, a Pilot Tuskagee Airman for the United States Air Force, Cooper was asked to accept a Congressional Gold Medal of Honor on his behalf.
Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH) recently celebrated a century of improving the health and lives of people and communities by hosting a centennial celebration gala at The National Building Museum, in Washington, D.C.
Yesterday some 85 members of the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee, all eight conference executive committees, and the CUC Board of Trustees (CUCBOT) met at the Southern Asia church to dialogue about Columbia Union College, the Adventist college in the nation’s capital.
Mildred Mohammad, ex-wife of John Mohammad—known to the world as the D.C. Sniper—recently shared her story of domestic abuse with members and visitors of the Seabrook church in Lanham, Md.
Potomac Conference Hispanic Ministries recently launched Caravan of Hope, a four-day intensive evangelistic outreach in the Washington, D.C., metro area.
Between 250 and 300 Columbia Union College (CUC) students, faculty, and staff recently left their classes and ran from their desks to go and make a difference in their community. Service Day is an annual event sponsored by the college’s Campus Ministries and other various academic departments.
Baltimore Junior Academy (BJA) recently hosted Reading Day, which was a fun way to promote literacy to the students and the ability to use language to read, write, listen, and speak.
Governor Martin O'Malley recently signed legislation into law creating the 15-member Maryland Life Sciences Advisory Board (LSAB) within the Department of Business and Economic Development.
The Point Pleasant (W.Va.) church recently held a three-week, end-time seminar at the city’s Krodel Park.