I attended the Southview Seventh-day Adventist Church in Minneapolis for the first time today.
|Southview Seventh-day Adventist Church in Minneapolis, MN|
We entered through the front door. Since there were no greeters, we assume most people came in through the side door.
|Front Door, Southview SDA Church, Minneapolis, MN|
|Side door, Southview SDA Church, Minneapois, MN|
|Sidewalk to side door of Southview SDA|
The Sabbath School had already started when we arrived at 10:45 a.m. The church service started at 11:30 a.m. and is traditional in nature. The congregation is very diverse. There were over 35 children present.
The wood in the church was dark. This is a chandelier that hung from the ceiling.
|Stained glass window at Southview SDA Church in Minneapolis, MN|
The stained glass windows were pretty.
This church reminded me of the one I left in Seattle although the one in Seattle had streams of light that came in and the wood was lighter.
The sermon was on remembering the poor. The leaders, including the Pastor, were energetic and kept my attention — a good thing.