The Book Club will meet on Monday, January 21 at 7:00 pm to discuss Tell by Frances Itani.
The Southminster Book Club meets several times a year in someone’s home, to discuss a selected, non-scripture work with a spiritual theme or message. All are welcome! If you are new to the group, please contact the church office for the location.
Parenting, Attachment, and the Collaborative Problem Solving Method
A free four-week training series for parents and guardians of children and youth in Old Ottawa South.
February, 2019. Full details here.
Every Tuesday from 9:30 am 12 noon a group meets and tackles odd jobs around the building. They do anything from painting, laying tile, refinishing wooden surfaces, repairing concrete, to hanging pictures and running errands. They can always use another helping hand or two. For more information, contact the church office.
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Southminster United Church
Since 1932... "a caring community that brings people together to explore faith and express it in action."
Our desire at Southminster is to offer a caring community in which all feel welcome, supported and valued - a place for adults, youth and children to explore Christian faith and express it in action. We speak a warm welcome to people of differing ages, abilities, sexual orientations, income levels, religious backgrounds and cultures.
Southminster is interested in you, and in reaching out to all of our neighbours to explore with you the spiritual longings, wisdom and questions that brought you to this site.
Worship at Southminster blends traditional interests with an eagerness to try new things and to open worship to the particular gifts and inspirations of those who worship with us.
Explore these pages and talk with us about what you seek! Here you will find information about:
a program for children and youth
a book club to discuss non-scripture works with a spiritual theme or message
a community-based weekly supper for those living alone or on low income
a vibrant music program
opportunities for spiritual growth and for service in the community and beyond.
Southminster United has been an affirming ministry since May 2022
As the people of Southminster United Church, we affirm and actively support the life experience of all. We aim to provide a safe, nurturing environment where we intentionally welcome all into the total life and ministry of the Southminster community, We are committed to following Jesus‘ example as we embrace people of all ages, racialized groups, genders, sexual orientations, gender identities, ethnic origins, economic circumstances and differing abilities and challenges in the ministry and life of Southminster United Church.. All persons are invited to take part in every aspect of church life including membership, leadership, celebration of life passages and marriage. We are openly committed to working and living together in our journey toward justice for all of God's people.
Southminster United Church endorses the Charter for Inclusive Communities put forward by the National Council of Canadian Muslims.
We are eager to partner with you as you explore your faith, and we invite you to join us for worship -- or just call to chat.