Come share a potluck lunch and sing through some of the music planned for the fall.
Come share a barbecue and casual Agape service on the beach at Edmiston's house.
Potluck sides, salads and desserts. Connections will provide hamburgers, hotdogs and beverages. Kick off to the fall season.
The barbecue dinner will be provided. So will the fun and fellowship.
All we need is your presence.
Pastor Ken will lead a program entitled “How Do You Hear God’s Voice Over Your Own”
Meets on Tuesdays 7 pm to 8:30 pm at Beaver's House. Book is available on Amazon. You can attend as you are available - it's okay to drop in and out.
Our Summer Book Club selection is “The Book of Joy”. Meets 7-8:30 pm Tuesdays, at Beaver’s house. Call if you have questions 206-246-5709. The book is available on Amazon.
SUMMER BOOK CLUB STARTS JUNE 27TH
Our Summer Book Club selection is “The Book of Joy”. In 2015, Bishop Desmond Tutu went to India to celebrate the 80th birthday of the Dalai Lama. Together they spent a week writing what they term “a birthday present for the world”. Here are two men who have experienced tremendous loss and yet are two of the most joyful people on the planet. What is their secret? Shared with much intimacy and humor they talk about what constitutes true joy as well as the obstacles we encounter that keep us from experiencing it. We will meet 7-8 Tuesdays, 7:00 at Beaver’s house. Call if you have questions 206-246-5709. The book is available on Amazon.
Celebrating the fathers in the life of Southminster with Root Beer Floats. All recent graduates will be acknowledged. We appreciate the people who have given of their time and talent to teach the children this year.
Come celebrate all those who have provided music to enhance our worship. Choir, Handbells, Agape Team - We will sing and play some of our favorite music from this year.
Everyone is encouraged to wear RED to worship.
Come and get your car washed in support of the SPY Summer Mission Trip to Idaho.
With the support of our Witness in Action commission, Southminster is exploring service opportunities with our neighborhood school across the street. This is a chance for our church to serve our immediate community and build relationships with our closest neighbors. One of our first opportunities is to help with their school carnival on Friday, June 2, from 6:00-9:00 p.m. The leadership of the school PTSA has invited us to participate by signing up on their volunteer website http://signup.com/go/KgoEC3. You may click on his link to see the many types of jobs we could do during one of their hour-long shifts. This is a simple way for us as a church to get to know some of our neighbors and demonstrate our care for our community as followers of Christ. If you have questions, contact Jane Davis or Ken Onstot.
A wonderful music opportunity for the church and community will be held at Southminster Presbyterian Church on Sunday, May 28 at 3:00 pm. The talented pianist, Duane Funderburk (Edie’s brother) will be performing plus Casey Felt, cello; Edie Martin, Organ and Jeremy Morada, vocalist. The music presented will include works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, several spirituals arranged by Duane Funderburk, piano/organ duets and congregational hymns. Please invite your friends and family to an inspiring afternoon of music
A short class on safe practices for the church. Required training for all staff, elders, deacons and people working with kids, youth, or the elderly.
A drama with kids and youth written by Ken Onstot and directed by Aaron Willett and Tyler Bennison.
Easter Worship at Southminster 10 am
Service at Normandy Park Cove - 1500 SW Shorebrook Drive
Potluck Breakfast after the service.
Soup and Bread Supper with Communion in Fellowship Hall
then upstairs for a Good Friday program
Sundays in Lent - March 5, 12, 19, 26 - Questioning Faith
Dinner 5 pm- Easter around the World
3/5 - Easter in Greece
3/12 - Easter in France
3/19 - Easter in Italy
3/26 - Easter in the British Isles
Youth practice their play "Southminster Survivor" which will be performed in worship on a Sunday after Easter.
Adult discussion on questions regarding faith that have been submitted.
Training for the next series of classes in Sunday School. Contact Pastor Aaron Willett if you would like to take part in this training.
A special Sunday morning service of scriptures, candle lighting and carols for all ages,
including an experience of Godly Play, our new Sunday School curriculum
5:00 p.m.: Special music by the Antioch Praise Team, Sermon by Ken Onstot
7:00 p.m.: Special music by the Southminster Choir, Sermon by Paul Edwards
Original Play Star Trek Zero - written by Ken Onstot and director by Aaron Willett
After worship be inspired by the movie to build sets for the Children's Pageant.
Reception to follow.
September 17 – 10 am
Burien Town Square Park
Join this two-mile fundraiser to benefit Hospitality House for homeless women. The cost of registration is $25 on the day of the walk. Pre-registration is $20. You may sponsor a walker in any amount. Call Nadine Onstot 206 878-8456 to get a registration form. Ken and Nadine will be walking and are looking for sponsors.
After worship, celebrate the start of Sunday School and the beginning of the academic year. Connections will provide hamburgers, hot dogs and beverages. Bring a dish to share.
Group meets on the third Thursday of each month. August meeting is at Angelo's in Burien 601 SW 153rd. Each woman pays for her own lunch and it's open to all the women in the church (and invited friends).
Join the choir in singing over some possible selections for the 2016/17 academic year at the Coleman's cabin on Mason Lake. Spouses are welcome. Bring a dish to share.