Dear “Virtual” Southminster Members,
Welcome to this Sunday edition of Virtual worship! My hope is that as you worship and take time to care for your spirit, the Great Spirit and Southminster will fill you with hope and comfort and resilience.
One of the hallmarks of being a “Presbyterian” is that we are a connectional church. The connections we have to one another span the globe and give us strength and hope and grace to move forward even in such a time as this.
Today, Mark Hernandez-Mullins (who has also been at Southminster for 14 years) will be sharing the sermon with you. Mark has been a support to Southminster in so many ways throughout the years and I know that you do not want to miss his reflections on why and how he became a presbyterian.
I do encourage you to take part in this week’s Sunday Starter with Kathy Huddleston at 9 AM. The topic for today is the history of Mt. Rushmore and commemorative statuary. We’ll discuss recent actions to remove or move statues. What makes a statue or site historically significant and worthy of preservation? Come listen and share your thoughts.
Sunday Starter Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 933 0441 3416 Password: 473387
I will be back in the office on Monday, July 13. Feel free to give me a call if you need anything from me or the community. I can be reached at 503.819.2442 or email@example.com.
Virtual Pastor Don