Join us in person to experience our church community first hand. We'd love to meet you!
The invite is always open to come out to the church vegetable garden
and give us a hand.
We are now still harvesting: tomatoes, zucchini, cucumber,
and lots and lots of peppers need to be harvested.
We gather each Sunday and Wednesday nights at 6 pm.
Our campaign to support The Water Project was successful, thanks to you.
We raised over $1000.00 to help provide safe drinking water for people in African villages.
The Water Project website can be found at thewaterproject.org.
The link to The South Church’s Water Project page is http://bit.ly/SDS3ku.
You can follow our specific project in Uganda by going to our link.
Our annual church picnic will be held on September 21, after worship.
Ah Summer. . . .
I write this as the first wave of humidity has settled on the city. The spring has only continued our pattern of extremes, as we move between dry and wet, chilly and hot. I’ve heard every possible prediction about what to expect this summer. We will try to embrace whatever comes.
We expect to be in the 4th of July parade again this year.
Our annual Vacation Bible School will be held in the evenings of July 29, 30, and 31.
As I mentioned on the left, we are always seeking new faces to help out in the church vegetable garden. It may be hard work but it is always a good time when we get our hands in that soil. More than vegetables grow in that garden.
Our garden also features a fascinating and impressive watering system. A company called Garden Green EcoSolutions has provided us with a rain watered solar-powered environmentally friendly means of watering our garden. It uses water we collect from the roof of the church that is pumped throughout the garden with energy collected directly from the sun. It is a marvel of engineering expertise. You can check them out at www.gardengreenecosolutions.com
Serving with you,
Pastor Rick Kesler