Southminster Presbyterian Church is involved in our community and in the world. We are grateful for our professional staff and their leadership. Mission, building upkeep, personnel, and programs require funding which happens through contributions from our members and friends. As you are able, we invite you to give to Southminster. Pledges and donations may be given online through our app software or may be mailed into the church office or brought to worship on Sunday mornings.
One Great Hour of Sharing
March 2-April 17, 2022
Southminster 2022 Goal – $8,000.00
Pledge Sunday: April 20 (Palm Sunday)
During Lent, we celebrate that God connects with us through
Jesus’ resurrection and connects us with “those who have the least” –
and that’s what One Great Hour of Sharing is all about. People who experience oppression, need, loss, or lack, those are the people Jesus connected with, the Bible says, and they are the people we are invited to connect with today.
One Great Hour of Sharing is the single, largest way that Presbyterians come together every year to work for a better world. Each gift to One Great Hour of Sharing helps improve the lives of the suffering and the vulnerable.
Click the red “give” button above to donate online (select OGHS), or mail or bring your check to the church office (note “OGHS” in the memo line). Thank you!
The Southminster Presbyterian Church Endowment is an important part of our funding for mission. The Endowment allows us to take advantage of ministry and mission opportunities that are not included in our regular budget. Some of the components of our Endowment are designated—Music, Mission, Christian Education, and Church Facilities. The largest component of the Endowment is the General Endowment which does not have a specific designation, giving flexibility to finance special opportunities in mission that may arise. Thanks to the prudent oversight of our Endowment Committee, the Endowment Fund continues to grow. The Fund received a number of gifts in 2020, including one of the largest ever from the estate of Maxine Burner, that pushed the total accumulated gifts in the Fund above $1 million.
The Southminster Legacy Society has been established to honor the act of giving to God and assuring the future of our ministry to people in Christ’s name. It provides an opportunity to commend and graciously thank those who have made a financial commitment in their estate plan for our church. Several members have since joined the Legacy Society and have participated in both educational and social opportunities as a result. Anyone can become a member of the Legacy Society by notifying Southminster that you have included the church in your will or estate plan.
Enjoy some videos about various ministry areas of Southminster. We are excited that our ministry continues together and invite you to celebrate with us!