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How to Teach the 1-3 year old Curriculum
How to Teach the 1-3 year old Curriculum

Teaching the 1 and 2 year old curriculum is simple and fun.  The Class Format can be found in the files you are sent every week along with the Bible story, Bible picture, and Worship songs. The children come to expect the routine of this lesson format and enjoy interacting with the items or props used through out the lesson. The props needed… [more] April 9, 2020 | Nina Cash

Pastor’s Note: Fasting and Feasting
Pastor’s Note: Fasting and Feasting

Dear Southwood Family,

On this Maundy Thursday when we commemorate Jesus’ institution of the Lord’s Supper with his disciples before his crucifixion and resurrection, I wanted to write you briefly regarding the Lord’s Supper. I have sorely missed being with you on Sundays the past few weeks, and in particular I have missed celebrating… [more] April 9, 2020 | Will Spink

Creative Connections (week of April 7-April 12)
Creative Connections (week of April 7-April 12)



Touching base about this Easter Sunday (April 12), meet Starlord Peter Jason Quill, Easter Egg Challenge, and Jesus. Memory Verse Deuteronomy 38:1. Read the Easter story this week. Matt 28, Mark 16, Luke 24.

Touching base about this Sunday (March 29) and introducing my… [more] March 24, 2020 | Derrick Harris

COVID-19 FAQs
COVID-19 FAQs

Is the Church Office open?

As with many workplaces, most of our staff are increasingly working remotely during this season. On any given day, you may find a staff member in the office, but we suggest calling ahead to confirm someone’s presence. We are monitoring voicemails at the main office number (256-882-3085) as well as emails… [more] March 24, 2020 | Southwood

Worship Service: Sunday, March 22, 2020
Worship Service: Sunday, March 22, 2020

If you missed the Worship Service for Sunday, March 29, 2020, you can watch the full service recording here.

Follow along with the Worship Outline.

[more] March 22, 2020 | Southwood
Story Time
Story Time

If you have Facebook click on the link below, to hear story time with Mrs Niña. Reading from The Jesus Storybook Bible. Written by Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by Jago.
https://www.facebook.com/nina.banta/videos/10163131453730335/

[more] March 18, 2020 | Nina Cash
Creative Connections
Creative Connections

Hey Y’all, Angela and I will be keeping the videos coming each week to try and stay in touch. Here’s info about this weeks lessons that you can do at home and also an introduction to my cat!

[more] December 25, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #11
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #11

Why Do We Call It Christmas?

[more] December 24, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #10
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #10

Why Do We Call It Christmas?

[more] December 23, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #9
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #9

What do Christmas trees have to do with Jesus?

 

[more] December 23, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #8
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #8

What is Hanukkah?

[more] December 21, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #7
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #7

Why Do We Call It Christmas?

[more] December 20, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas- Question #6
The 12 Questions of Christmas- Question #6

Why Do We Call It Christmas?

[more] December 19, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #5
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #5

Why Do We Call It Christmas?

[more] December 18, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #4
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #4

Why Do We Call It Christmas?

[more] December 17, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #3
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #3

Why Do We Call It Christmas?

 

[more] December 16, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #2
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #2

Was Jesus really born on Christmas?

[more] December 15, 2016 | Angela Sierk
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #1
The 12 Questions of Christmas - Question #1

Question #1: Why Do They Call It Christmas?

[more] December 14, 2016 | Angela Sierk
Family Ministry Moment: Why do we call it Christmas?
Family Ministry Moment: Why do we call it Christmas?

“Why do we call it Christmas?”    “Why do we have Christmas trees?”    “Where does Santa fit into Christmas?” 

Got TONS of Christmas questions?  Our beloved puppet pals, Clive and Ian, have all the answers in their fun videos “The 12 Questions of Christmas.” … [more] December 13, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Fa-La-Lodge
Fa-La-Lodge

Kids, get ready for the 5th Annual Fa-La-Lodge!  Please join us for one of three opportunities to be together with your family and friends and experience joy on so many levels.  It’s going to be a ton of merriment… [more] December 13, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

Looking for a great stocking stuffer with stellar reviews? 

Check out Slugs & Bugs!  Your family will sing, laugh, and dive deeper into the meaning of life and the nature of God.  Slugs & Bugs offers 5 CDs, a DVD and the NEW Slugs & Bugs App for iPhone… [more] December 6, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

JellyTelly

Have we got an awesome gift idea for you!!  This Christmas, give the gift of JellyTelly - Christian Shows Where God is Real.  This is the perfect Christmas gift subscription for your kids or grandkids.  It includes 90+ shows, movies, and devotionals - that are family and faith-friendly. A monthly… [more] December 2, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Pastor’s Note
Pastor’s Note

“Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room”: The Emotions of Christmas

Let me confess up front that our family committed this year what I know many of you consider a grievous sin (or breach of all reasonable etiquette): We began listening (and singing, dancing, and arguing) to Christmas music before Thanksgiving (Hey, if Target can put… [more] December 1, 2016 | Will Spink

Christmas Tales to Ponder
Christmas Tales to Ponder

Advent Devotionals from Matthew

A Tale of Lavish Grace
Matthew 1:1-17

Many of us begin reading the Christmas story from Matthew in verse 18.  That is because Matthew gives us the genealogy of Jesus in the first few verses, and since we cannot pronounce those names, and most are totally unknown, we… [more] December 1, 2016 | Ron Clegg

Christmas Family Traditions
Christmas Family Traditions

Christmas time can bring reminiscence of past Christmas traditions or the creation of new traditions with children or grandchildren. We hope this season brings a little bit of both for you and your family! Here are a few that folks have shared with us!

“For our family daily Advent activity, we have a large Nutcracker-shaped… [more] December 1, 2016 | Southwood Members

I’ll Be “Home” For Christmas
I’ll Be “Home” For Christmas

It might seem obvious that for a cross-cultural missionary serving in South Sudan, Christmas away from their family and home in the U.S. could be difficult. What might seem less obvious is the fact that when that same cross-cultural missionary returns to the States after some years on the field, Christmas “at home” can be equally challenging.… [more] December 1, 2016 | Sarah Niemitz

When Christmas is Hard
When Christmas is Hard

Christmas is filled with a cascade of traditions, and each person has his favorites. This may even include the airing of many Christmas commercials. Some commercials have been around for years such as the Hershey’s Kisses handbell choir and the Campbell’s Soup snowman. There are many that show snapshots of cozy homes in winter filled with laughter,… [more] December 1, 2016 | Winnie Winford

Imago Dei
Imago Dei

Sr High-Life has spent the fall unpacking the idea first presented in Genesis 1 and 2, that we all bear the image of God.  Image bearing is an inescapable reality for all humans.  It is the reason that we can find beauty in our own brokenness and the brokenness around us.  Our broken reflection of God’s image is how we recognize… [more] December 1, 2016 | Peter Render

The Most FaLaLabulous Christmas Show of All!
The Most FaLaLabulous Christmas Show of All!

Ok… We are approaching a milestone here at Southwood.  This year, 2016 (in case you were confused), will mark the 5th annual commencement of the Fa La Lodge shenanigans, tomfoolery, and ballyhoo.  That’s a big deal!  See, when you do something 5 years in a row, it becomes a thing.  So after this year we’ll be… [more] December 1, 2016 | James Parker

All That Is Fair: Just Like Scrooge
All That Is Fair: Just Like Scrooge

When I was a kid, Christmas was always exciting.  I imagined all the things I would ask for and what I might get under the tree.  It was almost too much for me to take.  That whole “visions of sugarplums” thing can be overwhelming at times (what is a sugarplum anyway?)  I’d get so filled with anticipation that the day itself… [more] December 1, 2016 | James Parker

Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from the Southwood Kids’ Ministry Team! We hope you and your families are enjoying your time together, and we hope that you take a moment to talk as a family about what it means to be thankful to God for all He has done for you.  Here is a fun and FREE family activity to do together during your break:… [more] November 21, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

More Advent Books

Have you started your holiday shopping yet?  If so, add these books to your list:  “The Christmas Promise” & Advent Calendar (perfect for pre-school aged children) and “Unwrapping… [more] November 16, 2016 |

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

Family Devotionals for Advent

Looking to make the holidays more Christ-centered for your family?  If so, here are a couple wonderful CHRISTmas devotionals for the entire family: “Prepare Him Room: Celebrating the Birth of Jesus Family Devotional” by Marty Machowski and “Behold the Lamb of God: An Advent Narrative”… [more] November 9, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

Seeds Family Worship

A fantastic resource for kids AND parents, Seeds Family Worship music lets your family dial down the daily distractions and tune into diverse, energetic, and meaningful worship songs.  These songs (including lyrics and hand motions) come straight from God’s Word.  There are four great ways… [more] November 2, 2016 |

Santa’s Secret Shop with Second Mile
Santa’s Secret Shop with Second Mile

Santa's Secret Shop

Southwood is excited to partner with Second Mile Development again this Christmas as we collect toys for their Santa’s Secret Shop. Please bring new, unwrapped toys for children ages 1-17 to Southwood’s Sanctuary… [more] November 1, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Pastor’s Note
Pastor’s Note

How Important Is Thanksgiving?

This month we will gather with families, consume tons of food, and overdose on football games, all in the context of giving thanks for the blessings of life.  Giving thanks is a great thing for us to do and is something well worth celebrating, but do we understand what being thankful means? … [more] November 1, 2016 | Ron Clegg

Election Aftermath
Election Aftermath

In recent weeks and months, pastors, bloggers, and analysts of all sorts have spilled plenty of ink in discussing how to be a Christian on November 8. To read the articles, one would think that day will be the most significant in the history of American Christianity and that decision in the voting booth the most consequential American Christians… [more] November 1, 2016 | Will Spink

Youth Trip to Peru
Youth Trip to Peru

Youth Trip to Peru
The Value of Another Perspective

Most people have had the experience of driving down the road and having a passenger exclaim, “Watch out!” In that moment it is terribly tempting to get frustrated at the gasping passenger.  Some people, perhaps even a person on staff with a youth ministry,… [more] November 1, 2016 | Winnie Winford

Ask A Pastor
Ask A Pastor

It’s a Matter of the Heart

Q) Why are today’s youth so ungrateful?

A)  This issue seems to be on the top of the mind for many people these days.  Be it viral videos showing students, some of them young children, being disrespectful to teachers and other… [more] November 1, 2016 | Peter Render

Gospel-driven Racial Reconciliation
Gospel-driven Racial Reconciliation

What Does Gospel-driven Reconciliation Look Like?

This is a hot topic in our day that does not sidestep the Church. You would think that Christians, those who love and follow Christ, would be at the forefront in the battle for reconciliation. Many are. Yet history has shown us the Church is not immune from society’s ills… [more] November 1, 2016 | Ron Clegg

Session Update
Session Update

The Session would like to thank everyone who helped out with HeyDay—both formally and informally. What a great afternoon together! Perhaps the only thing more exciting than the dunk tank was the number of neighbors, guests, and kids who joined us and received a warm welcome from the people of Southwood.

In case you were not present in the… [more] November 1, 2016 | Southwood Session

All That Is Fair: In Christ There Is No East or West
All That Is Fair: In Christ There Is No East or West

Mavis Staples was born in Chicago in 1939.  She is an R&B/Gospel artist whose career has spanned the last 66 years.  She got started in 1950 singing with her family’s gospel act, The Staples Singers.  Through the years, the Staples Singers, and Mavis herself, have had tons of hits and notoriety.  Her father, Roebuck… [more] November 1, 2016 | James Parker

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

Teaching Children How to Love and Respect God

How can we teach our children to love and respect God?  VeggieTales® and What’s In The Bible creator Phil Vischer explains in this short yet poignant video the best way that we as parents can demonstrate this lesson to our children…by becoming a living example of… [more] October 26, 2016 |

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

How to Bless Your Children

What do children need more than anything nowadays (besides Jesus)? The answer is simple: You. Your children need to hear directly from you that they are appreciated, valued, cared for and deeply L-O-V-E-D.  The impact of telling them these things regularly will have a far great… [more] October 19, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

“The Gospel Story Bible” by Marty Machowski”

Capture your child’s attention with this bright, bold and refreshing kids’ Bible storybook!  Use it as a bedtime storybook for preschoolers, a devotional for young grade school students, or use the illustrations and discussion questions to dig deeper into conversation… [more] October 12, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

Ask Me WhoOo: Volume One - Who Made You?”

How early should your kids be learning the Catechism? As early as possible!  Fill their early vocabulary with words that reflect biblical truth.  Did you know that Southwood Kids begin learning the Catechism in the Two’s class and continue through PreK4! And, then, in… [more] October 5, 2016 | Angela Sierk

HeyDay Dunking Booth
HeyDay Dunking Booth

Introducing something NEW at HeyDay this year - a Dunking Booth!

This year, we are asking you to bring one of the below items for a chance to dunk one of six special guests.  The items we collect will directly support our mission partner, 29:11 Inc.  Stop by the Dunking Booth and exchange your item for a ticket! … [more] October 4, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Pastor’s Note
Pastor’s Note

What God Loves to Do

What is something you absolutely love to do? What brings joy to your heart? If it was your birthday and you got to design the day, what would it include? Perhaps watching the sunset at the beach. Maybe reading a favorite book with your child. Traveling to new parts of the world. Napping on the porch during… [more] October 1, 2016 | Will Spink

Love Your Neighbor As Yourself
Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

“Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
Jesus replied: “’Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ 
This is the first and greatest commandment. 
And the second is like it:
Love Your Neighbor As Yourself
Matthew… [more] October 1, 2016 | Winnie Winford and Peter Render

Vital Brotherhood
Vital Brotherhood

2016 Men’s Retreat

The men of Southwood left this year’s retreat increasingly convinced of their need for God and their need for each other. Pastor Ron shared some of his life story with the group and provided a window into how “the gospel transforms a pastor.” In between these times around God’s Word, they ate… [more] October 1, 2016 | Will Spink

In the Community, For the Community
In the Community, For the Community

Different people have different perceptions of “the church” in the community. For some, churches are a place of safety and community; for others they are places of exclusivity. Some see the church as a benevolent organization, while others perceive it to be self-serving and self-important. Some people think church is for good people; others think… [more] October 1, 2016 | Sarah Niemitz

Harvest HeyDay
Harvest HeyDay

Harvest HeyDay 2016
Sunday, October 23 • 3-6pm

Fall brings cool weather, falling leaves, football, pumpkin spice in everything, and perhaps best of all—Harvest HeyDay!  Easily one of Southwood’s largest outreach events of the year, Harvest HeyDay is not just for the kids. It’s a way for us to be encouraged… [more] October 1, 2016 | Niña Banta

Ask A Pastor
Ask A Pastor

The Gift We Have Been Given In Christ

Q) What is the driving force behind those who sacrifice so much for the purpose of ministering to others?

A)  If you have been to missions conferences or read books on ministry, you will hear or feel several motivations to get you… [more] October 1, 2016 | Ron Clegg

The Return on Investment
The Return on Investment

My mother studied economics in college and my father is a banker with J.P. Morgan, so needless to say the term “return on investment” was a commonly used phrase around our house. We were always looking for ways to do things more efficiently, and while my parents always advocated hard work, they valued working smarter rather than simply working… [more] October 1, 2016 | Sarah Niemitz

All That Is Fair: Sacred Sense and Sensibility
All That Is Fair: Sacred Sense and Sensibility

Long before any of us were born, Jane Austen penned the novel Sense and Sensibility.  It follows the lives of two sisters, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood.  In personality, they are polar opposites.  Elinor is stoic and reserved, always operating under the governance of good “sense” and reason.  Marianne is lively… [more] October 1, 2016 | James Parker

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

The Bible Project - Read Scripture: Intro

Overwhelmed trying to read and explain the Bible to your kids? Don’t know where to start?  The Bible Project does a FANTASTIC job illustrating the big picture by focusing on the Bible’s overarching themes and each book’s literary design.  Short videos break up… [more] September 28, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Family Ministry Moment
Family Ministry Moment

Empowering Families to Grow in Faith Together

Introducing, the Family Ministry Moment - a weekly post providing valuable resources to Southwood families for Spiritual Transformation!  Here, you will find some amazing discussions and support tools like podcasts, videos, books, music, web links, and even “how-to” tips… [more] September 21, 2016 | Angela Sierk

Meet Angela Sierk
Meet Angela Sierk

For many of us, Angela is a familiar face in Children’s Ministry helping with our Kindergarten – 1st grade class, but it wasn’t until July 27 of this year that Southwood member Angela Sierk actually joined the staff, part-time, as Assistant Director of Children’s Ministry. This newly created position coincides with combining Elementary, Preschool… [more] September 14, 2016 | Southwood Staff

Pastor’s Note
Pastor’s Note

Christmas in September

Like many of you, I have sat in the Lodge, listened to James sing “That Spirit of Christmas” at the end of another Fa-La-Lodge performance, and thought, “Why can’t it remain all through the year?” Well, this year it can … in at least one particular way.

If you enter Southwood on Sunday,… [more] September 1, 2016 | Will Spink

Question and Answer
Question and Answer

What was your senior superlative in high school? And if one wasn’t bestowed upon you, what would it have been?
Ron: I can’t remember if I was bestowed with a senior superlative.  That was a really long time ago.  It might have been “Best Afro“.  I was a pretty nondescript kid back then. … [more] September 1, 2016 | Ron Clegg and Peter Render

Spiritual Transformation
Spiritual Transformation

Ministry to children and their families is not about programs, or childcare or babysitting. It’s about a transformation of lives from the inside out. We as a church cannot be the only ones who take on this role of the spiritual transformation of children, instead it primarily belongs in the hands of parents. The church provides Christian Education… [more] September 1, 2016 | Niña Banta

Ask A Pastor
Ask A Pastor

Thoughts for the Journey

Q: How can God command believers to “praise the Lord” even in difficult times? Do we just ignore the pain and tears? Is suffering actually good?  This all sounds so unrealistic.

A: Psalm 34 is a great place to look for answers to these baffling… [more] September 1, 2016 | Ron Clegg

I Stand Alone on the Word of God
I Stand Alone on the Word of God

“I Stand Alone on the Word of God”
Foundation for Youth Ministry

When the Lodge was being built in 2004, then youth pastor Ken Leggett gathered a group of students for a mission. Before the concrete was poured into the footers, the students buried a Bible in the ground at the Lodge. That may sound… [more] September 1, 2016 | Winnie Winford and Will Spink

Members Connecting with Members
Members Connecting with Members

Does Southwood have a softball team? How about a ministry in Research Park? Does Southwood serve in the local schools? How about taking beach retreats? Well, no, not exactly. But, on the other hand, a resounding YES!

While Southwood as a church does not formally organize, staff, and fund ministries and groups like these, we rejoice in the… [more] September 1, 2016 | Will Spink

All That Is Fair: Just Say This
All That Is Fair: Just Say This

When Jesus was asked by his disciples, “Lord, teach us to pray…” his answer was what we now call the Lord’s Prayer.  Those of us who have been in or around church for most of our lives will doubtless be familiar with this prayer.  It is one of the few liturgical, corporate prayers that the vast majority of denominations… [more] September 1, 2016 | James Parker

Pastor’s Note
Pastor’s Note

A Postcard Late in Summer

The excitement of a new school year is building rapidly at the Spink home these days. Conversations about connecting with old and new friends, plans to purchase needed clothes or supplies, and agonizing over which activities to participate in are now daily occurrences. While we are sad to see the… [more] August 1, 2016 | Will Spink

Why Employment?
Why Employment?

Why Employment?
Jobs for Life: A Ministry of Reconciliation

Christians can quickly point to biblical commands to preach the gospel, feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and shelter the homeless. These ministries are a beautiful, important reflection of the caring love God has shown us in Christ. It is no surprise… [more] August 1, 2016 | Sarah Niemitz

General Assembly 2016
General Assembly 2016

A Pastor Looks Back at General Assembly 2016
Key Issues That Impact All of Us

Not many Southwood members think of sitting through committee meetings and assembly meetings at the annual meeting of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) as a highlight of their summer vacation. But that doesn’t mean the issues… [more] August 1, 2016 | Will Spink

Leadership Training Class
Leadership Training Class

A Class for Anyone and Everyone!

I had the privilege of getting to attend the Leadership Training Class with my husband in the Fall of 2014. We had only been married for a few months when we went through the training, and the conversations between us that the class sparked were such a blessing to our marriage. God… [more] August 1, 2016 | Anna Babin

Small Groups
Small Groups

Mixed Group
by Aaron Shaffer

My wife, Christen, and I have been married a little over a year now.  One of the things that was really important for us was getting into a couples’ small group.  We were really excited to be placed with some amazing couples—some of which we already knew, others… [more] August 1, 2016 | Southwood Members

Pastor’s Note
Pastor’s Note

The Work-Rest Rhythm

My childhood summers were spent largely at the baseball field; in fact, I may have done my summer reading with a ball in my hand and occasionally in the dugout! Most of those summer Saturdays consisted of three tournament games to be played under scorching sun with the infield dirt stuck to my… [more] June 1, 2016 | Will Spink

Would Daniel Boycott Target?
Would Daniel Boycott Target?

Would Daniel boycott Target? In light of current social media buzz about bathrooms and boycotts nearly every day lately, it’s an intriguing question, even if there’s no clear answer. As we’ve been studying through the book of Daniel on Sunday mornings, we’ve seen on the one hand a man willing to take a stand at great risk to himself but on… [more] June 1, 2016 | Will Spink

Jobs for Life: Getting Involved
Jobs for Life: Getting Involved

Jobs for Life is many things. It is a biblically based jobs preparedness program. It offers participants hope and dignity through a renewed understanding of work, and it offers the local church the opportunity to advocate for the jobless and underemployed in our community. However, the foundation of Jobs for Life is ultimately relationships.

[more] June 1, 2016 | Sarah Niemitz
Not My Agenda
Not My Agenda

Not My Agenda
Summer Sunday School, Our Cultural Landscape, and Life in Two Kingdoms

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“Did you see our neighbor’s yard sign?”
“I did!  How can she even think about voting for that candidate? … [more] June 1, 2016 | David Clark

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