Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Pennsylvania Conference
In 2023, we are challenging every member to go on an adventure with the Holy Spirit, asking Him to use them to eternally impact one other life for Jesus.
Pennsylvania Conference’s Impact Magabook Ministries offers young adults the opportunity to raise funds for their school tuition while simultaneously impacting the lives of people by sharing the gospel through books and literature.
We know we are living in the last days, and God is going to power His last-day mission through our offerings of thanksgiving and faithful return of His tithe and other gifts. This is how we honor and worship Him.
Dawn Penatzer frequented the food pantry outside of Pennsylvania Conference's Simple Way mission group, but she was also hungry to learn about the Bible.
Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) began the new year with 161 students—an increase in enrollment over the past three years—and with several “power weekends” featuring speakers who shared their testimonies and challenged the young people and staff to take the steps needed to strengthen their relationships with God.
Matt Stroup has joined the Pennsylvania Conference team as the new Media Ministries director. This new position will focus on creating resources to equip and help churches in their mission to reach everyone, everywhere.
The Pennsylvania Conference has developed, “Pray, Plan, Plant,” a strategic initiative to take the everlasting gospel beyond the established churches and into places and cultures beyond their current areas of influence.
Hundreds of people recently gathered for the dedication of the new Pennsylvania Conference office—a Mission and Evangelism Center intentionally designed to advance God’s work across the state.
In a world of constant change, teachers in the Pennsylvania Conference have demonstrated that God’s love is consistent.
Will Peterson, executive secretary for the Pennsylvania Conference, plans to retire September 1. Shawn Shives, assistant to the president, will step into this role following Peterson's retirement.