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Past Events (Page 3)

Social Justice Book Discussion Group

For June’s meeting, Gay Amos will facilitate our discussion of Being Mortal by Atul Gawande. The reading for the July meeting is Leslie Connor’s The Truth As Told by Mason Buttle. Matthew Desmond’s Evicted will be the August reading and discussion. Facilitators are still needed for July and August. You can contact Pat Elliott if you would like to facilitate.

Soup Group / Grief Group

Please bring your own lunch and I will have coffee or tea for everyone. This support group offers fellowship, support and education in the grief journey. I look forward to seeing you this Thursday. Jane Hancock

Theology in Film / Brown Bag Lunch Discussion

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 jgamos2@gmail.com

VBS Volunteer Orientation

This volunteer orientation is be a great way to learn about our VBS theme, find out what kinds of activities the children will be participating in and discuss any questions or concerns you might have. We will also briefly review best practices for keeping children safe and happy during VBS. If you are missing any volunteer paperwork, this is an ideal time…

Children’s Bible Recognition

Children who have turned four years old (or who will be turning 4 years old this school year) as well as children who will be entering 3rd grade in the fall will be presented with a Bible during worship on Sunday, June 9. The following children will receive Bibles: Ollie Dickson Logan Johnson Henry MacDermott Brooke Catchpole If you do not see…

Pentecost Offering

The Pentecost offering is one of our four special offerings of the PSUSA. 40% of the offering remains with Southminster to support ministries with children and youth in our church and in the local community. Please consider this opportunity to give above and beyond your regular tithe. Look for a bulletin insert to provide additional information.

Kinship Support Group

Supporting Caregivers of Children From Hard Places. More information can be found here.


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.