Adventist Presidents & Leaders Convene in Lacombe, AB
By Eric L. Ollila | October 9, 2019 | Alberta Adventist Communication
This past Sunday, Adventist conference, university, and union presidents from across Canada convened for "Presidents' Council" on the campus of Burman University. The meeting is held annually and is generally a time where the presidents get together, meet and discuss the gospel work in their respective fields across the nation.
Those in attendance from the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada (aka. Canada Union) included Mark Johnson, President; Wesley Torres, Vice President for Administration; and Paul Musafili, Treasurer/Vice President for Finance. Elder Mark Johnson chaired the meeting.
Conference officials representing each province or administrative territory included (from East to West) Ken Corkum, president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Mission; Paul Llewellyn, president of Maritime Conference; Kwasi Ansah-Adu, president of Quebec Conference; Mansfield Edwards, president of Ontario Conference; Michael Collins, president of Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference; Gary Hodder, president of Alberta Conference (not pictured); and Loren Agrey, president of Burman University. British Columbia is currently in the transition of a new president and therefore represented by the Union officials present.