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Past Events (Page 23)

Calling all fishing enthusiasts!

Don’t have a pole? We have extras. Cabelas has been fantastic and donated poles, gear, and bait to the group. Location: St. Leonard’s (Meet in the CFC to caravan)

Explore. Discuss. Be awed by Children’s Spirituality

These two weeks will be an introduction to the spiritual nurture of children, who are the church NOW, as well as in the future. Encouraging them in their faith development, listening to them pray, affirming God’s presence with them, as individuals and in groups, helps children, and all ages, grow as followers of Jesus. Southminster’s Christian Education Team has committed to spiritual…

Rev Dr Nancy Birdsong

Nancy Birdsong Welcoming Event

Mark your calendars! It’s the event we have all been waiting for!  October 8 will be a Welcoming Event for our new Pastor/Head of Staff, the Reverend Dr. Nancy Birdsong!  It will be a casual event taking place right after the scheduled service in the Narthex, extending to the outside depending on the weather. We are also encouraging members…


Join us as we are entertained with a presentation on “Haunted Ohio.” Debe Dockins from the Washington-Centerville Library will take us on a creepy jaunt to some of Ohio’s haunted locales. Come find out if these spooky places are somewhere near you. A $7.00 donation is requested from those who can provide it. A brown bag lunch may be brought in place of lunch if desired. Sign-up…

Peace and Global Witness Offering

We are called to live in peace with both those who are near and those who are far away. We must live in peace—and by peace, we must mean truly reconciled peace and unity. The Peace & Global Witness Offering is the proclamation of the Church that we believe this work is important and part of our life as Christians. Please give…

Congregational Meeting

The Session hereby calls a Congregational meeting for October 1, 2017, immediately following worship, for the purpose of electing five elders and five deacons for the class of 2020 and one replacement for the class of 2018.

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