With the GC session postponed until 2022, the global church will meet together for an online camp meeting featuring promotional “booths”.
Wahroonga’s annual “SING NOEL” carols program and Sydney Adventist Hospital’s annual San Carols program were combined into one event and streamed on Youtube, Facebook and Hope Channel.
“As Christians, it’s our duty to respond to cries for help and, with these mums, it’s in the simplest way possible: Being a friend,” says Melody Tan, project manager of Mums At The Table.
First online-only format broadens reach of annual alumni gathering.
Transitioning to an online platform turned out to be an amazing way of reaching those in remote areas of Queensland.
Videos were livestreamed across various platforms during the week, receiving more than 40,000 views and lots of organic engagement.
With so many people stuck at home, many mums in the community are feeling the need to connect.
Videos and an online curriculum are now available so that Pathfinders can earn honours and still be invested in 2020.
South Pacific Division president Glenn Townend gives us a summary of the latest COVID-19 developments across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
With Adventist leaders recommending even small groups to take place online due to social distancing, what alternatives are church members adopting?