The congregation reflected on its roots and looked to the future during a two-day anniversary celebration.
Zaw will serve as the program manager for Adventist Giving.
Chesapeake Conference is saying goodbye to Serah Zaw later this month, as she recently accepted a new position at the North American Division. Zaw will be taking on the role of program manager for Adventist Giving in the division’s Treasury department.
Zaw has worked at Chesapeake Conference since 2012, starting her career as an administrative assistant in the Treasury department. Through her hard work and commitment, she was promoted to assistant treasurer in 2016.
Zaw expressed gratitude for her time at the conference, calling it the first “mission post” of her career. She cherished the opportunity to work with and get to know people from churches and schools all over the conference and says she will always hold fond memories of her experiences.
As she steps into her new role, Zaw is looking forward to working with Adventist Giving, a website and app that allows Adventists across the division to donate tithes and offerings conveniently online. With the increasing reliance on digital technology in the wake of the pandemic, Zaw is eager to contribute to the growth and development of this valuable resource for the Adventist community.
Eduardo Munoz, Chesapeake Conference treasurer, shared his thoughts on Zaw’s departure, stating that the conference will miss having her around. “Serah has been a valued team member, friend and colleague,” he said. “I’m sure she’s going to do well at the North American Division. Chesapeake Conference has been blessed to have her with us.”