Seminary Alumnus Doing Missions Work in Sioux Falls’ Pettigrew Heights Neighborhood (includes video

Seminary Alumnus Doing Missions Work in Sioux Falls’ Pettigrew Heights Neighborhood (includes video

July 14, 2008

Dan Lee, M.Div. 2007, and his wife, Minnie, served as missionaries in Alaska before moving to Sioux Falls to attend the seminary. Today, they serve in the Pettigrew Heights neighborhood of Sioux Falls and are most known for serving breakfast each Saturday morning to area residents - a tradition that started while living in seminary housing a few years ago.

Dan and Minnie are now making themselves known within Pettigrew Heights, reaching out to neighbors in need. The Lee's have also served alongside Sioux Falls Seminary and its students, helping to beautify and winterize homes.

The video clip above aired on Keloland TV on Sunday, July 13, 2008.