• Will Spink
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    Chief Musician
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    Assistant Pastor, Youth/Families
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    Assistant Pastor, Shepherding & Young Families
  • Angela Sierk
    Director, Children's Ministry
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    Director, Community Development
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  • Hey Day at Tate FarmsFri, Oct 25
    When: Friday, October 25 at 6:30pm
    Where: Tate Farms

    All are invited to join our Southwood Family on Friday, October 25, at 6:30pm at Tate Farms in Meridianville. Together we will enjoy a bonfire, petting zoo, music and hayrides, plus everyone goes home with a pumpkin! Invite friends and neighbors!! Cost is $5/person. Register at http://www.southwood.org/tatefarms
  • “Grieving Well” Dessert NightTue, Oct 29
    When: Tuesday, October 29 at 7:00pm
    Where: 3221 Riley Rd., Huntsville, AL 35802

    Have you experienced loss in your life or felt weary from caregiving for loved ones? Do you want to learn more about the Bible’s perspective on grief for yourself or others? Join some of our pastors and fellow church members for a casual dessert evening to share about this important topic. We will meet at Skeets and Beth Simonis' home (3221 Riley Rd) on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 7:00. Please let us know if you are coming: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
  • Behold the Lamb of God ConcertSun, Dec 1
    When: Sunday, December 1 at 7:00pm
    Where: VBC

    Southwood is bringing this beloved Christmas concert back to Huntsville this year during their 20th Anniversary Tour. Andrew Peterson and an expanded band will be here Sunday, December 1, at 7:00pm at the Von Braun Center, and tickets are available now at http://www.southwood.org/beholdthelamb

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Pastors Note: I Need Prayer
Pastors Note: I Need Prayer

I hate sensationalized headlines. As a former journalist, I find such “click bait” quite frustrating. But I decided that the headline above isn’t sensationalized; it’s just true. I need prayer. I haven’t received a bad medical diagnosis; I love my wife; I’m thankful to be… [more]

Session Update
Session Update

The Session rejoices in the many ways we see God working to connect us to one another and grow us in Gospel Community this fall. We encourage you to lean in to your new small groups and your Connect Communities and pray with us for those still seeking to develop those vital relationships.… [more]

Behold the 20th Anniversary
Behold the 20th Anniversary

I remember starting my sophomore year in college in 1999. That fall semester was so much fun. I’d figured out my way around a new city, a new school, and an eclectic group of friends. My confidence was high and my optimism was off the charts. It was a good year. There were at least… [more]

My Cat Thinks I’m Bono
My Cat Thinks I’m Bono

I have a cat named Aslan. He’s an apple head Siamese. He’s 14 years old, and regardless of what you may think about cats versus dogs, he is an incredible pet. I’m convinced that Aslan thinks that I’m a rock star - rock star on the level of Bono. Wherever I go, whatever I do,… [more]

The Greatest Story Ever Told
The Greatest Story Ever Told

It’s no surprise why our Southwood Kids’ environments are named Discover, Explore, and Journey. In August, our Southwood Kids embarked upon an exciting adventure through God’s big story: His plan to save sinners with His Son, Jesus. And, because the story of Jesus did not begin… [more]

I’ve Got Friends in Safe Spaces: Student Ministry and Gospel Community
I’ve Got Friends in Safe Spaces: Student Ministry and Gospel Community

Committed Attending

It is confusing to live in the world today. Short attention spans dominate the culture, especially when it comes to junior and senior high youth. They learned it from us, though, so they come by it naturally. Some of you remember the anticipation… [more]

Repentance!: The Pathway to Joy
Repentance!: The Pathway to Joy

“Repent!” That command is not usually connected with the word “joy.” Repenting is a negative, painful thing we must do as believers, a “necessary evil.” There is no joy in acknowledging how I have done wrong. It brings guilt and shame, which is never pleasant. So, how can… [more]

Why You Should Go on a Short-Term Mission
Why You Should Go on a Short-Term Mission

Go to Africa? How about Peru? Maybe India? France? Not me, you say; I would have nothing to offer. Well, I used to think like that, too! But then God called me to go on a specific mission trip sponsored by our church. The church equipped us and so I went. Other people I knew went also.… [more]

All That’s Fair: I Doubt It
All That’s Fair: I Doubt It

Suffering is universal. If you haven’t experienced suffering, just wait. It will come to you. There are varying degrees and different types of suffering, but it’s inevitable that all of us will feel it. And it’s futile to fight it because there’s really nothing you can do to… [more]