Daily events and room locations are on the This Week at Southminster listing.
You can also view our Monthly Calendar.
Detailed descriptions of upcoming events are shown below. Events that have ended can be seen on the Past Events page.
We will be reading and discussing the book Accidental Saints: Finding God in All the Wrong People by Nadia Bolz-Weber. We will be focusing on the first two chapters at the first meeting in January and will continue on the first and third Tuesday each month until we finish the book.
Questions? Contact Helen Davis at 885-0574 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Where the Care Connection Prayer Requests are Honored.” Meets weekly in the Chapel. Anyone is welcome. For information, contact Dottie Eggers at 433-1488 or Lois Thorp at 859-0327.
“Christ led fellowship, support and information for a grief journey.” The next Soup Group gathering will be this Thursday, February 21 at 12:00 p.m. in the Coffee Corner. Please bring your own lunch and I will bring hot drinks for everyone. This group offers fellowship, support and information for a grief journey. I look forward to being with you this Thursday. Blessings, Jane Hancock
Jesus was a skilled storyteller and teacher who used stories from everyday life to effectively convey his message and meaning. Short Stories by Jesus will take us back in time and explain how the original audiences understood Jesus’ parables. This video-based study featuring renowned scholar and teacher Amy Jill-Levine will show how the parables are not just about Jesus but also about…
The Centerville location City Barbecue is taking non-perishable food donations for the FISH Southeast Food Pantry! Donate an item, get a FREE DRINK through the month of February. They are also hosting a Fundraiser for the Food Pantry on Sunday February Feb. 24. 25% of all receipts will go to the FISH Food Pantry in support of our continuing mission. Flyers will be in the Narthex…
Youth, please join us for a Youth Service Day on February 24 from 2:00 – 4:30 PM. We will be updating the nursery as our project, then enjoy snacks and games (including Quiplash, Sardines, and any game you bring!). Adults are welcome to lend a hand and join in the fun. Meet in the Ark room. Contact Kim to sign up!
We are so looking forward to our March 1 Elderberries meeting and we hope you will be too. The program is entitled “Music of Hearts and Clovers.” Our own Art Nitsch will be singing and playing the guitar. His friend, Lou James, will be singing and playing the keyboard, and we will be invited to sing along to some of the songs.
This class is for new Elders and Deacons and for those who could not attend the second class of last year’s training. Please remember to bring a lunch and drink. You can leave them in the refrigerator of the kitchen near the upstairs Community Room.
The journey of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday, a time to consider who we are and who God calls us to be. This year, both a soup supper and a worship service will take place in the Christian Fellowship Center (CFC) around tables in the shape of a cross. After enjoying a light, simple meal of soup and bread, we will remain at…