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Old Ottawa South Community Association

A Green Lent at Southminster

A Green Lent at Southminster

A Grassroots Approach to Climate Action

In a world of 24-hour news coverage and instant communication, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and anxious about the events that unfold before us. Sound bites about the impending doom and gloom about climate change are a constant reminder that we live in a precarious world. I peer out the window and ponder.

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Southminster Explores a New Approach to Spiritual Practice: Open Church

Southminster Explores a New Approach to Spiritual Practice: Open Church

At the recent March 23, 2019 premiere screening of Who Needs Church? the pews at Southminster were full, and a great discussion ensued during the Q&A about the future of church in our community. Southminster United Church’s development experience, and an uncertain future ahead of other churches in Old Ottawa South and across the country meant that church-goers and non-church-goers alike had thoughts about how church might remain a part of our community.

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Tanzanian Girls Dare to Dream of a Better Future

Tanzanian Girls Dare to Dream of a Better Future

Naomi Noah is a smart, charismatic Maasai girl who has just started Form One at Lekule Girls’ Secondary School in Northern Tanzania. Naomi’s mom is a single parent living with her seven children in a traditional Maasai home. She never had a chance to go to school, nor did Naomi’s three sisters. But Naomi’s world is opening up for her. TEMBO Canada, a small Ottawa organization, is sponsoring her to go to school.

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Danielle Rolfe, filmaker. Photo by Ed Kucerak.

What Is Community Without Church?

Is the church a necessary part of our modern lives and community? That is the question local filmmaker Danielle Rolfe explores in the new documentary film Who Needs Church? which will premiere on March 23, 2019 at Southminster United Church.

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OGF Workshop at Southminster.

Add Vitamin V to Your Life

Vitamin V for a healthier life and community

You cannot buy this vitamin at any drug or health food store. The "V" in this supplement refers to volunteering. It is readily available everywhere and the cost is donated time not dollars. Even better, it can improve your health and strengthen communities.

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