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Weekly Devotion November 30, 2015

The gospel writer, Luke, in describing the Day of the Lord, wrote: There will be signs in the sun, the moon, and the stars, and on the earth distress among nations confused by the roaring of the sea and the waves. People will faint from fear and foreboding of what is coming upon the world, more »


Chrismon Tree Decoration

One way to contribute to the beauty of the sanctuary during the Advent season and to have a great holiday fellowship event is to participate with friends in decorating the Chrismon tree. The sanctuary tree will be placed on Wednesday, Dec 9. The tree will be available for decoration from that time. Lighting of the more »

Psalms of Advent (2)

Psalms of Advent: Wednesday Advent Services

Psalms of Advent: Wednesday Advent Services – Come worship with your SACPC family at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays during Advent.  These relaxed services will be held in the Sanctuary and include meditations on the following Psalms:      December 2 – Psalm 24 (Steve Hein)             December 9 – Psalm 13 (Robb Lapp)             December more »

Recieving Communion #2

Homebound Communion

On Sunday December 6th, we will celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion and that afternoon officers of the church will share the sacrament with fellow members who cannot regularly participate in our worship services. If you would like to receive communion at home during Advent, please contact Catheryn Thomas ( or 762-9693 x229). This is more »


Alternative Giving

ALTERNATIVE GIVING – 2015… Again this year, the Service and Outreach Committee is sponsoring the Alternative Giving Program. This enables you to give a gift in honor or memory of an individual to one or more of the non-profit agencies or ministries which we support throughout the year. There will be 3 tables set up more »


Advent Meditation Booklet

The Spiritual Life Committee would like to invite our church members to contribute devotionals to the annual Advent Meditation booklet. You may write about a favorite memory, meaningful devotional, poem or inspiring story related to Christmas as an individual or together with your family.  We encourage you to include a scripture verse and brief prayer/praise also. These more »