Daily events and room locations are on the This Week at Southminster listing.
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Detailed descriptions of upcoming events are shown below. Events that have ended can be seen on the Past Events page.
Coming quickly. Clear your calendar for one of the biggest Mission events of the year! Join us as we build a Habitat for Humanity house right here in our parking lot. More details are available at: www.sminster.com/the-build/
WHAT CHRISTIANS BELIEVE: During the fourth century after Jesus’ resurrection, a basic statement of Trinitarian faith began to circulate. This statement continues to guide Christians across most denominations and traditions. The Apostles Creed has stood the test of time because each article draws from New Testament teaching and summarizes the essentials of our faith. These beliefs help bind and unify followers of Christ into a…
The Children and Youth Design Team invites all parents to a conversation about Sunday School. We have some exciting ideas and opportunities to share about the future of Sunday School at Southminster Presbyterian Church and we are looking for your feedback. This will take place following the Habitat House dedication. A light lunch will be served. Please RSVP so that we know…
Kirkmont Center is hosting Camp Preview Days for those who are interested in attending camp this summer. We want you and your camper to be comfortable for their first camp experience. Please come and visit to check out where your camper will eat, sleep, and play. Can’t make it to either of the Camp Preview Days but still have questions or concerns?…
Questions? Contact Helen Davis at 885-0574 or email@example.com.
“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.
Explore spirituality in film, the choices characters make, our choices. Films to be viewed and discussed: The Bucket List, People Like Us, Places in the Heart, Les Miserables (the musical), Hidden Figures, and Philomena. Sign up in the Narthex: Show up for film with brown bag lunch. Questions? Contact Gay Amos, Leader at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring your perennials, vegetables, and houseplants in pots or plastic bags tagged with the name of the plant, flower color, growing instructions, etc. Tables will be set up for them in the Narthex. All monies raised from this sale will benefit our Food Pantry. Thank you for supporting this great ministry and Happy Gardening!
The June Elderberries speaker is Mandy Askins, who works as Dayton History’s Site Manager and Project Manager for the Mound Cold War Discovery Center in Miamisburg, Ohio. Lunch is $7.00 or you can bring your own. Sign up outside of the Narthex or the Office, or you can email the office.