I will praise you, Lord, with all my heart;
I will tell of all the marvelous things you have done. Psalm 9:1
What We Do
The Office of Communication manages all aspects of communication within the Central California Conference, including creating offcial communication vehicles, offering creative services and technology support, and developing an organizational online presence.
Some of our communication vehicles include Central’s pages found in the Pacific Union Recorder, the Central ACTS newsletter, the Central LITE bulletin newsletter, the Central Connections employee e-newsletter, official memos, and Central’s website and social media sites.
Our department also participates and gives communication-related leadership on the crisis management team.
We also oversee public relations aspects of the Central California Conference, managing relationships between the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Central California and media outlets, and other civic and community entities.
In addition, the Office of Communication provides consultation services to various conference departments with regards to marketing and branding of existing ministries and events or in the development of new ones; and we provide technology consulting to CCC churches, school, and ministry departments.
Meet the Team
Vice President for Communication
Cindy Chamberlin has been professionally involved in communication and public relations for over 14 years, having served at various levels of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Chamberlain, has served as communication director of the Illinois Conference. Chamberlin comes with experience in several critical areas of corporate communication, most notably writing and editing content for print and digital publication. Prior to her appointment in Illinois, Chamberlin worked as assistant director of communication in the North Pacific Union Conference and in that capacity served as managing editor of the Union’s Gleaner magazine. She also served on the news team of the General Conference Session during its 2010 meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
In addition to print journalism, Chamberlin has been exposed to the television industry, having worked at KVEW, an ABC affiliate in the Tri-Cities, Washington as a news writer and editor and previous to that as a student television anchor at Walla Walla. Over the years, she has also transitioned into online communication, and has been recognized for her innovative work in social media.
Assistant Director of Communication
Sergio Cano joined the Central California Conference Office of Communication team in September of 2013 as the conference graphic designer and print shop manager. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design from Union College in 2005 where he immediately began his professional career working as a designer. Cano’s artistic creativity has made him an award winning designer who’s work has been viewed all around the world. His experience includes typography, print and digital media, web design, illustration, animation and much more.
Sergio currently serves as Assistant Director where he brings creativity, innovation and the highest quality of audio, visual and written communication worthy of the King we serve.
Graphic Design Assistant
the Office of Communication
Phone: (559) 347-3138
Fax: (559) 347-3080