The 10:15 AM worship is in the sanctuary.
It is rooted in traditions of faith while being broadly inclusive.

Some things to know:

The sanctuary is located on the upper level of the church building.  (You will need to use the stairs or elevator if you park on the east or south side).

You can expect to see folks dressed in everything from casual wear and blue jeans to what a few call “proper church attire” at our service.

Our professionally staffed nursery is available for infants and toddlers downstairs. You can find out more by clicking here.

During service, your children between age Pre-K to 3rd grade are welcome to join us for Children’s worship. They will be invited during service to go towards the back to meet with the worship leader. They will return later in the service for communion.

We have audio assistance devices and large print hymnals for those who may need it.

If you are a visitor, you can get more information and receive a free gift by visiting our welcome desk. Click here for more information!

Current Sermon Series

Where your heart is.pngOver the last several weeks, the Visioning Team, along with help from Leadership, has been crafting a mission statement which captures the heart of our ministry. Using input from the Visioning Summit, we have included words the congregation suggests represent SSCC. Specifically, three words/phrases emerged as those which best reflect our identity and purpose: inclusivity, active service and sharing God’s love. Thus, we are going to focus our stewardship sermon series on these key words. After all, it’s obvious the heart of SSCC is in them. And, as Jesus says, “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”
Sunday, September 22, 2019
Sharing God’s Love
Luke 10:25-28
Rev. Dr. Nathan C. Brown
Rev. Linda Whitmire be talking about images of God and our inability to really express fully who or what God is in human language. Presence and love certainly are in the mix, but so many other names are used to try to express who God is. How do we speak of God?
Music might be of God’s greatness and majesty as well as the intimate presence of God, the anthropological ways in which we express a relational God. She wants to embrace the mystery beyond all knowing that chooses in some way beyond our understanding to dwell with us and yet remain unknowable, sometimes only known in our longing. Story of Moses asking “who do I say has sent  me?” and answer “I am” …Jesus asking disciples “Who do you say that I am?” 
Sunday, September 29, 2019
God Talk
Psalm 139
Rev. Linda Whitmire