Leanne Hannan sat in the writing workshop and expressed her surprise at how much she enjoyed attending a Seventh-day Adventist Women’s Conference at the East Midland’s Conference Centre, Nottingham in mid-May.
“That was fantastic,” responded Marlene Simpson to the question “What did you think about the Leicester Central ‘live class’ on Sabbath morning?” Marlene’s team were attending the Family Ministries and Children’s Ministries Kids in Discipleship training, 9-12 May at the Hayes Conference Centre in Swanwick, near Derby.
Following its first Section 5 Ofsted inspection in March 2013, and the publication of the final report last week, Harper Bell School was placed into a category for improvement. The school, local authority and Church stakeholders have worked hard since then to develop a strategic improvement plan to address every issue and begin its journey of progress and improvement.
Two Eager Beavers (age 5), two Adventurers (age 7 & 8), and a larger number of Pathfinders walked a total of eight miles and climbed to an elevation of over two thousand feet on Bank Holiday Monday 6 May.
It may be designed as a Youth Camp, but the May Bank Holiday event at Chapel Porth Adventist Campsite, reached out cross-generationally to touch the lives of children, youth, parents, and even grandparents.
Croydon Adventist church’s Pathfinder team took second place at the global level of the Adventist Bible competition, the Pathfinder Bible Experience (PBE), held on Sabbath, 20 April, at College View church, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA.
“If postmodernism were an artist, her canvas would be the city”, quoted Pastor Kleber Gonçalves, Director of the Centre for Secular and Postmodern Studies at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (GC) at the Urban Ministry Summit, 3-5 May.