SCBC Update
Ways to Join Us Online

Sermons - Join us on Sunday mornings at 11:30 for the video streaming of the Pastor's sermon. If you are unable to join us for the video streaming, the current sermon series can be found here.

Online Adult Sunday School - Adult Sunday School classes meet together online Sunday mornings at 9:30. For more information, please contact pastor Jim at youthmin@scbc-md.org. More details concerning these classes can be found here.

Online Youth Meetings - The youth meet online on Sunday and Wednesday nights at 7PM. For more information, please contact pastor Jim at youthmin@scbc-md.org

Resources for Children - Children's ministry resources can be found here

Giving - We now offer many ways to continue giving online. Details can be found on our Give page.

 

SCBC Coronavirus Update, March 27, 2020

 

As we continue to navigate our way through the coronavirus pandemic we are experiencing different ways to “come together” as a church family. With the restrictions that have been placed on public gatherings we will not be able to physically hold services or activities until further notice.

However, we are providing ways to continue to meet through modern technology. Last week, thanks to the hard work of Pastor Jim, we held a virtual Sunday School where classes could continue to study God’s Word. I encourage you to join a class which you can do by sending him your email before Sunday. To participate, you will need a computer with a microphone and camera or a smartphone. Here is Pastor Jim’s email address: (youthmin@scbc-md.org)

The sermon will also be available in both audio and video format. Thanks to the members of our Finance Committee, it is now possible for you continue giving your tithes and offerings by doing so online. You can also mail your offering to the church. This information was just sent out by email.

One of the questions I have been thinking about is how God may use us as a worshiping, nurturing, outreaching, church during these days. While we are being asked to social distance ourselves from one another, there are still ways to connect. Make a phone call, send a text or email, or write a letter or note of encouragement. You can still talk face to face with virtual platforms. You may even choose to volunteer in some capacity to help others that do not require physical contact. Be responsible and be safe. While the future is still uncertain we know that God is in control.

Blessings,

Pastor Steve