Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Spencerville Adventist Academy
When I came across this text, I instantly connected with it. God asks me to give Him my worries and anxieties and then promises that He will never let me be shaken.
One morning, God stopped me with this verse: “Be still and know that I am God.” He said: Gabrielle. What’s your hurry? Why are you worried? I have you and your family in the palm of My hand. Be still and breathe. I have you.
When the coronavirus pandemic began last March, students from Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) moved to an online educational experience. Wanting to help kids who were struggling to adjust to online learning and to grasp concepts virtually, Abby Shim (’21) began tutoring them, free of charge.
Charis McRoy of Spencerville Adventist Academy shows us what she thinks a Queen's life may have been like.
This spring and summer, one student from each of the Columbia Union Conference academies received the Caring Heart Award from Columbia Union’s Office of Education. Those honored demonstrated a commitment to service and witnessing.
Charis McRoy, a junior at Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy, learned how to loom knit hats from a family friend. After making hats for each of her family members, McRoy wondered how she could use this newfound hobby to serve others.
Carrie Hess (pictured), an English teacher at Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville Adventist Academy in Silver Spring, Md., joined 11 other Seventh-day Adventist teachers across North America who received top recognition by the Alumni Awards Foundation (AAF).
On April 19, a day blessed by sunshine and bright skies, the members of Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville church in Silver Spring, Md., met on property purchased six years earlier to break ground for a new PK-12 facility.