6   Mike Peters
13   Skipper Jernigan
20  Taylor Beard
27  Bo Allen

4  Joe Sims
11 TBD
18  Hart Wylie
25  Scott Wilson

1   Skipper Jernigan
8   Jimmy Allen
15  Gayla Purvis
22  Bryan Bridges
29  Jeff Wilson

5   Jeff Dais
12  Mike Peters
19  Jeff Stancill
26  Scott Wilson

3   TBD
10   Joe Sims
17  Katrina Pace
24  Tom Starling
31  Josh Poole

Each volunteer buys 48 eggs to hard boil, two gallons of orange juice and muffins or breakfast baked goods for 48.  Please deliver the breakfast baked goods, hard boiled eggs, and OJ after 3:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon or you can deliver at 4:45 a.m. on Thursday morning to the Billy Brumfield House.

If you would like to participate or have questions, please contact Jeff Wilson.



4   Cindy and Jeff Wilson
11  Beverly Lawrence
18  Sue Edwards
25  Tracy Szilasi

1   Mark and Rebecca Wiggs
8   TBD
15  Suzy Everett
22  Cathy and Jeff Davis
29  Anne Guidry

5   Doug & Missy Caver
12  Hunter & Susan Pratt
19  Peggy Brady
26  Bill Lee

3   TBD
10   Jim Blackwood
17  Cathy Baldwin
24  Marty Clapton
31  Marcia & Chuck Poole

Fall 2019 marks the twentieth year that Northminster has provided weekly dinners for Grace House, the only shelter in this area for HIV-positive people who have nowhere else to live. Our meals are an important contribution to their monthly food budget as well as a welcome treat.

While the number of Grace House residents varies from month to month, Grace House management anticipates an average of 15 or more. To keep our weekly meal preparations manageable for Northminster volunteers, we will continue to prepare for eight, and if you can, for eight to ten. The current Northminster plan provides a welcome benefit to Grace House and keeps the preparation manageable for Northminster cooks. You are welcome to pick up prepared food for delivery.

Northminster needs additional Grace House volunteers. You will prepare and deliver a meal for eight persons on Thursdays once or twice a year. Grace House, on Millsaps Avenue, is the only shelter for HIV-positive people in this area. If you are interested, call Donna Lewis at Northminster or Anne Guidry.



I trust that you all are missing school, have started your summer reading, and are counting down the days until school starts in August.

This summer, there are a number of opportunities for the Youth of Northminster to gather.  The dates and events are below. Watch the bulletin, church newsletter, and GroupMe for updates and additions.

Stewpot – June 1 (Saturday), 9:30am – 1:45pm; meet in the great hall
Youth Lunch Out – June 10 (Monday), noon at Mr. Chen’s
Rooftop Movie Night – June 18 (Tuesday), 7:30pm at 2906 N. State Street in Fondren
Passport – June 22-28 (Saturday – Friday), A couple spots have come open if anyone is still interested
Lock-in Decathlon – August 4-5 (Sunday – Monday), 7pm – 7am; meet in the Youth House

I look forward to seeing all of you soon.

Grace and Peace,
Major Treadway
Associate Pastor for Students



JUNE 23-27, 2019
Children who have completed 3rd through 6th grade are invited to Passport Camp. If your child would like to attend, please contact, or 601-982-4703.

Rising 7th Graders

Rising 7th Graders

Rising 7th graders have gone through a mentor class where they explored the basic tenets of our faith, including topics such as worship, Baptist history, baptism, communion, youth discipleship, prayer and missions. Sunday, May 19, 2019, the sixth graders led us in worship. Over the summer our rising 7th graders will begin joining the youth on trips and in summer activities as they transition to the Youth House!  Each will be given a Youth Bible in the Fall, a treasure that they use throughout their time in the Youth House.