Our vision: To be the head, heart and hands of Jesus Christ, driven by God’s love for our church and the world beyond.

Worship with us 10:00 a.m. Sundays

Past Events

Christmas Caroling

Sign up and plan to join Southminster members, friends, children, youth and scouts for our fourth year of informal caroling for shut-ins. Sing on key or off but come (song sheets provided). If you play the guitar, uke, mandolin, etc., plan to use it! Also, we would like some ideas for simple ornaments to give to our audiences. We will go to 2 or…

Congregational Meeting

A CONGREGATIONAL MEETING IS CALLED FOR DECEMBER 9, after the worship service, to approve the slate of officers presented by the Nominating Team.

Breakfast with Santa

Get into the Christmas spirit by enjoying a yummy breakfast with the big guy. Santa will arrive during breakfast and will be available for pictures (bring your own camera). Teens are invited to come help with the breakfast crew (be there by 8:30 AM). For more information, contact Mark Locke at locke9233@gmail.com or (937) 748-9233.

Elderberries

The Kettering Show Choir will entertain us as we enjoy fellowship and a delicious lunch of roast pork, mashed potatoes with gravy, green vegetable, jellied cranberry salad and Christmas cookies.

Office Closed for Staff Luncheon

The office will be closed from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 5 for a staff luncheon. In case of emergency, you may contact Pastor Nancy on her cell phone.

Hanging of the Greens and Family Advent Celebration

Come to worship on this first Sunday of Advent and stay after to help us hang the greens! When the decorating is done, we will head down to the CFC for lunch and a little singing. Please bring a salad or dessert and leave it in the kitchen before worship. Although reservations are not required, please sign up in the Narthex if you…

Church Tour

Marj Lawson will offer a tour of the church, following worship. Meet her at the Welcome Center for this tour which will take about 45 minutes.

Angel Night

“An Evening of Song and Celebration” A free, family friendly event, featuring fifteen, illuminated, Victorian angels which you can view by walking trail, wagon, trolley or van. Live music in historic St. Henry Memorial Chapel. Cookie decorating and children’s craft area. Free parking. Boy Scout Troop 516 will be volunteering at this event.

Gustafer Yellowgold

A free concert of story-songs and hand-drawn videos by Grammy Nominated Artist Morgan Taylor. Please bring a nonperishable food item for the Fish Food Pantry.

Office Closed

THE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November, 23.

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