We have Small Groups for all ages, stages of life, special interests, and need. Groups meet at a variety of times on different days of the week, so you can find the Group that’s right for you and right for you schedule.
No matter where you are in your journey, Sunday morning small groups provide you an opportunity to join others from similar stages of life to study the Bible, serve God, and serve others, while establishing deeply meaningful relationships.
While all Groups incorporate Biblical teaching and study, Bible studies are an opportunity to dive deep into God’s Word, broaden your Biblical knowledge and deepen your faith with others. Typically Bible Studies meet for 6-to-9 weeks and follow a specific study.
SUPPORT / RECOVERY
We have several support and recovery groups that are structured around a specific topic or struggle and are led by trained facilitators. They are a great resource for building relationships while growing through life’s challenges and overcoming struggles and addictions.
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DISCOVER SOUTH COUNTY CLASS
No matter where you are in your journey, this class is where you can learn more about taking the next step in your relationship with God or with our church. We will answer any questions you have and share more about South County, our vision and opportunities for you to grow.
Where should I park?Upon arrival, you will see guest parking in front of the main entrance of the church building.
How will I know where to go?You'll find greeters at each of our entrances to assist you once you arrive and to answer any questions you might have. If you have young children or preschoolers, our greeters can help you find our modern preschool and children's registration desks to help with check in.
What should I wear?SCBC has a "come as you are" atmosphere. You will see some dressed up and others dressed casually. We have no expectations for attire. SCBC is a welcoming place to worship, no matter what you are wearing.
What is a Sunday service like?We now offer our traditional, choir-led service at 8:30 am and our contemporary, band-led service at 10:45 am. Sunday morning small groups meet at 9:35am.
Where can my children go during a service?We believe that children are a blessing from God and should be taught about God in a fun learning environment. There is an active kids ministry on our campus. During our 10:45am service children in first through fifth grade will be dismissed to attend Kids Worship, a high energy worship service just for kids (currently located downstairs in the gym). For younger children, 3 months - kindergarten, we offer Kids' Connection, a time were your child will play and engage with other children while being taught the love of Christ.
When should I arrive?On your first visit, it would be a good idea to plan on arriving at the campus around 10 minutes before the service starts. This will give you time to park and grab a cup of coffee before the service begins.
How do I know what small group to go to?We offer numerous small group options on Sunday mornings. Our groups range in age/life stage, group size, teaching styles and content/curriculum. Contact Phil to find out more and get connected.
These answers were helpful but how do I find out more about the church?If you're interested in learning more about who we are, please join us for Discover South County class let by Dr. Childers and his wife Jeannie. They'll share the South County Story with you as well as what it means to be a Christian and a member of SCBC. They will also take time to answer questions you may have about the church. Feel free to jump in at any point during the four weeks. Each week will be self-contained so you won't feel left behind. While you’ll have a chance to join the church at the conclusion of the class, there’s no pressure.