NEWS ABOUT THE NORTH AMERICAN DIVISION
WEDNESDAY, JULY 5
International Religious Leaders Address The General Conference
Pictured from left is General Conference Treasurer Robert Rawson and North American Division Treasurer Juan Prestol presenting a check for $85,000 to Dr. Eugene Hacker, president of the American Bible Society. Read the full story.
Free Lunchtime Concerts Around Toronto Feature International Performers
|Each day since June 29 through July 8, more than 120 musical acts from as far away as Nairobi, Philippines, Bahamas, England, Brazil, and Tanzania have been scheduled to be in Toronto to perform at the Session. Forty-four of these groups are bringing their music to outdoor venues around the city during the ten days of the Session. Free lunchtime concerts, open to all, have been held at various sites, all within walking distance of the Convention Centre and SkyDome.
Pictured is Harmuss Brazil from South America and the Metropolitan Steel Orchestra from Washington, D.C. who performed Tuesday, July 4. A schedule of performers can be found on the Seventh-day Adventist Church's web site.
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Behind The Scenes
The First Military Chaplain
"What has impressed you most about your visit here in Toronto?"
Rudolph Peters and Theon
Nicholas and Benjamin Zork
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