News & Updates (Page 2)

News & Updates (Page 2)

Children’s Church 1-31-21

Parents and kids, click on the video below and make your way to YouTube for today’s message about Daniel interpreting Nebuchadneezar’s scary dream!

1Corinthians 13 – Love never ends!

Join us on ZOOM! Love is the defining characteristic of followers of Christ. It unites us, encourages us, and supports our growth more than any other gift! Blessings and hope to see you all on ZOOM at 6:30 PM! Topic: 1 CorinthiansTime: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/89621316409?pwd=MFp3ZEZVRzNHZjdVdGxJMyt2M0c2QT09 Meeting ID: 896 2131 6409Passcode: 1CORJESUS

The Post Quarantine Church

We are studying the 4th section of the book tonight. Can’t wait to meet with you all! “Take Prayer to a Powerful New Level” Here’s the ZOOM link: Topic: The Post-Quarantine ChurchTime: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/2137027509 Meeting ID: 213 702 7509

Children’s Church Online!

Today, we visit Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the book of Daniel. (Chapter 3) What will they do when threatened with the possibility of being thrown into a fiery furnace for worshipping a false god? Will they worship the false god anyway? Or face the consequences and worship the one, true God? Click here and find out! Remember to share the link above with family and friends whose kids may not be meeting face-to-face for worship today. We all need…

The Post Quarantine Church

Tonight we’re talking about our immediate community. The COVID19 Pandemic has caused many congregations to re-focus and remember why they were planted in the neighborhoods where they exist. SCBC has existed for 250 years as of 2020! So, what are the areas of community ministry SCBC is currently investing in? And what are some areas of ministry that have become more evident because of the COVID19 Pandemic? Christ has called us to reach the deepest needs of our community. Jesus…

Children’s Church Online!

Parents, I know it’s been a challenge during quarantine for kids not to get super tired of each other or of us. Sometimes it’s tough serving the people you’re with the most! But that’s exactly what Jesus did! He served his disciples when they were most rude to Him. He asks us to do the same! Enjoy 15 minutes with your kids. Open up your Bible to Exodus 12:1-14 and Luke 22:14-19;23-27. Learn with your kids how Jesus served His…

1 Corinthians Bible Study

Hey, if you’re looking for a study time where we open the scriptures and discuss how the content of the letter changes the content that makes up our daily lives – you should join us for a session. Tonight, we study 1 Corinthians chapter 11. Should we wear head coverings? Why was Paul so disappointed with the Corinthian church’s conduct over communion? We’ll talk about this and make applications from them tonight . Click on the link below! See you…

The Post Quarantine Church

Tonight, we start Chapter 2 at 6:00 PM! The topic is “Seize Your Digital Opportunity.” Look forward to seeing you all on ZOOM this evening! Topic: The Post-Quarantine ChurchTime: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/2137027509 Meeting ID: 213 702 7509

The Post-Quarantine Church – 6:00 PM Tonight

Join us on ZOOM from 6-7 PM. Tonight I’ll lead us through the opening and first chapter – “Gather Differently and Better.” Then, Lord willing for next week, everyone can run by and pick up a copy of the book from the church office. I will order some more👍🏻👊🏻 Topic: The Post-Quarantine ChurchTime: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/2137027509 Meeting ID: 213 702 7509

Update: SCBC in-person meeting

December 22, 2020 Dear Simpson Creek Family, As we have written on previous occasions in the midst of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to clearly report on what is happening currently with our worship services and activities. We have maintained our normal Sunday morning schedule, along with Sunday School, study classes, and age-groups.  Fewer in attendance has allowed us to distance from one another and wear masks for the protection of others.  Some classes continue to use…