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​Columbia Union President to be Guest U.S. Senate Chaplain

Columbia Union Conference President Dave Weigley will offer the opening prayer for the U.S. Senate next Tuesday, March 4. Barry Black, a Seventh-day Adventist minister who has served as Senate chaplain since June 2003, invited Weigley to serve as guest chaplain. He will be the first Adventist guest clergy to do so.

The session start time will be announced in the evening on March 3. Check on Columbia Union Visitor’s Facebook page after 9 p.m., March 3 to see the exact time the event will be broadcast. Click here to see the live stream.

Story by Columbia Union Visitor Staff


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