A Worshiping Community
Our life together is centered in praise and Worship. In worship, we thank God for our many blessings and open ourselves to God’s leading. Our services are joyful occasions in which we delve into the Scriptures’ meaning for our daily lives. The Lord’s Supper is celebrated on the second Sunday of each month. Everyone is invited to participate.
A Learning Community
We value our Reformed Heritage, which means we value Christian Education. Church School is held during the worship hour for our children. Outside worship, we offer a Joy Circle, Bible Study, Christian Crafters and discussion groups to gain greater understanding of the Scriptures and issues affecting our families and communities.
A Caring Community
We take our calling to be the family of God seriously. We are close enough for each person to be an important part of the family. During each worship service we share our joys and concerns. Visits, phone calls, and prayers help to keep us united in Christ’s love.
A Diverse Community
We celebrate the variety of gifts with which we have been blessed by the Holy Spirit. We value our racial, ethnic and cultural diversity and welcome people of all ages, races, and theological perspectives. The unity we have in our Lord Jesus Christ is greater than any power to divide us. Our fellowship times each Sunday helps us to enjoy each other’s uniqueness as we grow closer in Christlikeness.
Southminster Presbyterian Church
7801 Livingston Road
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
Pastor: Rev. Elenora Giddings-Ivory
Secretary: Joanne Knight
Office Hours: 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Office Phone: 301-567-1510 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian Education from Nursery to Adults
Worship 10:30 AM
Adult Sunday school begins at 9:30 AM
Children Sunday school begins at 10:45 AM
Christian women and men’s fellowship held at noon
Fellowship and refreshments held after Sunday worship
Children’s message during worship and then they are dismissed to go to the Children’s Sunday School.
From Capital Beltway (I95) Exit 3 to Indianhead Highway (Rt. 210) South. At second traffic light, take a left onto Livingston Road. Follow road up the hill and the church will be on the left.