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Committees and Working Groups

“How can we thank God enough for you?” —1 Thessalonians 3:9

Some of the most important work that we do at the Pacific Union is carried out through our standing committees and workgroups. And while these carefully and representatively selected small groups of people generally take their tasks very seriously, not everyone loves committees.

We love ours.

Our committees gather people together from all across the Union’s geography to take on work that will benefit all of us. They are made up of people who are diverse in terms of race, culture, age, gender, and demographics. They include lay members and employees. They benefit from the wisdom of those who have been members for years and others who have been members for just a short time.

Our workgroups are very good at trying to understand the circumstances out of which their agenda items arise. They work hard at asking good questions, and seek to hear the details and the stories that might be lost if there wasn’t a group of thoughtful people taking up these topics. They work on narrowing the gaps between what we know and what we are given the opportunity to learn. They challenge the status quo while affirming the policies and procedures that have served us in the past. They create a dynamic, living history of the work of our organization, and while affirming what has been done that truly resonates with our mission, they also help us lift our eyes to God is calling us to do in the future. They keep at it, quarter after quarter, year after year, problem after opportunity after challenge after discovery. They begin their meetings with prayer, and they are generally still praying when they get the work done. They show us how Christians can come together with grace, conviction, and a shared love for the message of Jesus even on the mundane, the difficult, and the everyday. They demonstrate that when placed in God’s care, nothing is ordinary.

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Pacific Union Conference Standing Committees and Boards

Executive Committee

Presidents Council

Evangelism Endowment Committee

MGA Committee

Hispanic Coordinating Committee

Asian Coordinating Committee

Regional Coordinating Committee

SOULS West Board

GLOW Board

Officers Meeting

Ministerial Advisory

Secretariat Advisory

Communication Advisory

Literature Ministries Advisory

LSU and PUC Finance Committees

Workers’ Comp Board

Finance and Investment Committee

Western Adventist Foundation Finance Committee

Conference Executive Committees

LSU and PUC Executive Committees

Holbrook Indian School Executive Committee

Senior Academy Boards (32 total)

Departmental Quarterly Reviews

Ethnic Advisory Councils

(Department Advisory Councils)

(Adventist Education Leadership and Advisory Committees)

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