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Elder Crowe Passes

It is with sadness we share that Elder Fredrick N. Crowe (Former Treasurer of South Central Conference) passed away Thursday, November 29, 2018.  Elder Crowe also had the distinction of being the first Regional Conference ministry treasurer when the Lake Region Conference was formed in 1945. Elder Fredrick Crowe's funeral will take place on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, at Riverside Chapel SDA Church [800 Youngs Lane - Nashville, TN 37207].  The pre-past and viewing will take place from 5:30-6:30 pm. Funeral service will start at 7:00 p.m. Please keep the Crowe family lifted up in prayer during this time of loss. Revelation 21:4 (NIV) - 4 ‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” SCC Administration

Elder Crowe Passes2018-12-05T18:13:08+00:00

Deborah Harpe’s Announcement

It is with sadness we share that the sister of Elder Michael Harpe (Stewardship Director) and Sis. Theresa Johnson (teacher at Oakwood Elementary), Ms. Deborah Harpe, passed away on Sunday in Cleveland, OH.  Please keep the Harpe and Johnson family lifted up in prayer during this time of bereavement.

Deborah Harpe’s Announcement2018-11-11T11:54:49+00:00

Joint Statement…

Joint Statement from the Presidents of the Regional Conferences, the Vice Presidents for Regional Ministries for the Pacific and the North Pacific Unions and the Executive Directors of the Regional Conference Retirement Program and the Office for Regional Conference Ministry: We the Presidents of the Regional Conferences, the Vice Presidents for Regional Ministries for the Pacific and the North Pacific Unions, the Executive Directors for the Regional Conference Retirement Plan and the Office for Regional Conference Ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church wish to register our serious concerns for and strenuous objections to the practice of separating of families that is currently part of the immigration policy of our government. While we affirm the rule of law and believe that no one-great or small-is above the law, we would want to submit that we are not talking about criminals here-we are talking about children. At least- in some cases, these are very young children; children who would have no possible way to process what is happening to them. All they know is that they have been forcibly and indefinitely separated from the most important thing in their lives-their parents.  Ironically, when a civilian forcibly takes a child from their parents, our government calls that a crime. When our government does the same thing, it is called a policy. We cannot conceive of this happening in a democracy and we call for ii to end now. We ask our brothers and sisters of our church and our brothers and sisters of other faith communities to join in demanding of our elected officials that they end a practice that we believe is antithetical to the spirit of Christ and Christianity. For it is Jesus Who reminds us [...]

Joint Statement…2018-06-20T20:06:33+00:00

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