Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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João Marques’ mother prayed for her son. His friends were a bad influence on him, but she believed that God would change him. Then they heard about Blue Mountain Academy.
Seventh-day Adventist education offers young people and their parents a foundation of Christian values and academic excellence.
Last year, the Seneca church became one of the 29 churches in the Pennsylvania Conference to join the Church Regeneration initiative, renewing their focus to actively spread the Word of God.
After 22 years, Pennsylvania Conference's Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) announces the retirement of Rosemary Eyer, the school’s administrative assistant and attendance officer.
Scott Kabel, who has ties to Pennsylvania Conference’s Blue Mountain Academy, hosts a blossoming weekly game night in Hawaii for church and community members.
Last summer, 12 students in the Pennsylvania Conference spent eight weeks knocking on more than 80,000 doors connecting with more than 30,000 people.
Exciting things are happening in the Youth and Young Adult Ministries at the Pennsylvania Conference!
The prayers of many led Arionna Haakenson to attend and thrive at Blue Mountain Academy (BMA).
Each of Pennsylvania Conference’s 10 schools recently received safety upgrades and new technology as part of the conference’s strategic initiative, “Together for our Kids.”
Pennsylvania Conference's Seventh-day Adventist schools invite students and families to "come with us" on their educational journey.