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Sunday Evening, January 11, 2015 »

As of right now, the roads and parking lot are clear. So for now, we will still have evening worship for those who can and will gather in tonight. Obviously, we cannot make any promises about what will happen after dark, so as always, be careful and use your best judgment about joining us. There […]

No Evening Services, Wednesday, January 7th »

Due to the sub zero temperatures projected for this evening, there will be no services tonight at Southdale.  Please make sure your friends and neighbors are safe and warm.

Tired of Being Stuck? »

All of us find ourselves stuck from time to time.  Maybe not for the same reason; sometimes it’s fear, sometimes guilt, sometimes nostalgia.  But the result is the same. We’re stuck. Here’s the good news.  God wants something better for you.  In fact, he promises to bless those whose hearts are committed to the journey. […]

Pastor Brad and Southdale Featured in the Herald Bulletin »

The Hearld Bulletin’s features writer Nancy Elliot recently heard about the upcoming Paul’s Journey concert and decided to take a closer look at Southdale.  The result was a feature story on the church and Pastor Brad which ran on the front page of their Faith section.  In case you missed it, you can read the […]

District Celebrate Life 2012 »

District Celebrate Life (DCL) is an athletics and talent competition for students in grades 6-12.  Students can demonstrate their talents in a variety of categories and, if they do well enough, qualify to represent the Northeastern Indiana District at Regional Celebrate Life at Olivet Nazarene Univeristy in May. DCL will be Saturday, March 17th at Huntington […]

Nazarenes Help Promote Human Trafficking at the Super Bowl »

During the Super Bowl earlier this month, some Nazarene’s weren’t just watching the big game; they were working to put an end to human trafficking so prevalent during such large events. Working with the group S.O.A.P. or Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution, Pastor Chad Current led a group of 109 volunteers from Nazarene churches around […]

Put The Holy Back In the Holidays »

An open letter to my congregation: It’s strange. For centuries, almost even millennia, Christians would gather for worship on Christmas Day, regardless of on what day of the week it happened to fall that year.  It was a Feast Day, and that was, in itself, a reason to come to worship. Somehow now, however, the […]