SEC Virtual Camp Meeting 2020, will take place Sunday 14th June – Sabbath 20th June.Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-05-22/sec-virtual-camp-meeting-2020/
This year, the Mental Health Foundation’s focus for Mental Health Awareness Week (18-24 May), is captioned: ‘Kindness Matters’.Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-05-21/mental-health-awareness-week-theme-kindness/
We were saddened to learn of the death of Pastor Brian Pilmoor on 10 May 2020. Brian was born in in the picturesque town of York on 29 August 1921.
He left school at 14 and was fortunate to work at Terry’s chocolates in the recently established Graphic design and display department. During this time, he went to the York School of Art to develop his abilities in fine art, which he was able to transfer to his Pastoral context.
In 1939 he was obliged to enlist for military service to whom he…Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-05-15/death-of-pastor-brian-pilmoor/
Stanborough Secondary School, a Seventh-day Adventist secondary school, is situated on the serene Stanborough Park in Watford. From inception in 1919, school administration has held firm to the principle that education is the harmonious development of the physical, the mental and the spiritual powers. Stanborough still seeks to prepare its pupils for the joy of service in this world and for the higher joy of wider service in the world to come.
Covid-19 has undoubtedly impacted Stanborough…Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-05-14/stanborough-school-open-for-september-2020-enrolment/
We were saddened to learn of the death of Pastor Amalendu (Amal) Bairagee on 9 May 2020. Amal was born on 20 October 1949 near Calcutta, India. On 21 October 1975 Amal married Helen Simon. Their union brought about two daughters, Tina and Shikha.
After completing his secondary studies through the University of Cambridge, Amal entered Seventh-day Adventist denominational employment in 1974 within the Southern Asia Division as an educator. His educational leadership was pastoral in context…Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-05-14/death-of-pastor-amalendu-amal-bairagee/