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Next Events

Good News Club

Each Wednesday, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m., during the Good News Club, kids are introduced to an exciting Bible lesson, songs, Scripture memory, a missions story, and fun games all the while introducing the Gospel of Jesus and discipling them in the Word of God. REGISTRATION For more information, email Todd Kornahrens (Pastor of Families and NextGen) or Margaret Furnas (Preschool Director)
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Pickleball

Our Adult Pickleball league meets to play every other Thursday. Contact Philip Ashby (philiptashby@gmail.com) for details. You may be thinking, “what in the world is pickleball?” It is a paddle sport for all ages and skill levels that combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong! The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. For more information, email Todd Kornahrens, Pastor of Families…

HUSTLE Crossfit

Third through fifth graders – We want you to join us for a fun, 45-minute, CrossFit-style workout each Saturday in October, in the Trotter Activities Center! For more information, email Todd Kornahrens, Pastor of Families and NextGen.
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HUSTLE – Girls 3V3 Basketball League

SSBC will be hosting a one-month 3 on 3 basketball league for girls in 3rd – 7th grade. Training will be Monday nights from 5:45 – 7:00 p.m. Games will be played on Saturdays. The cost is $25, which includes a t-shirt. We recognize many children, but especially girls, have not been able to get out and play basketball since COVID hit in March, so this will give them an opportunity to get ready for upcoming leagues, like RPC, or…

“But God showed His love for us in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.”

Romans 5:8

Latest Sermons

Making the Kingdom Great Again

Jesus assembled a politically diverse group of followers to serve as His first disciples. Not only did He call Matthew — a Roman tax collector and sympathizer — but He also called Simon the Zealot — a hard core Jewish nationalist and revolutionary. These two men had about as much in common as Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump! How was it possible that two people with starkly different ideas both followed Jesus and even gave their lives for His cause?…

Uniquely United

“Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world!” Did you ever sing that song in church? If you did, and if the church you grew up in was like most churches in America, you probably didn’t see as diverse a group of people in your church as was described in that song. It has been said that the most segregated hour in America is on Sunday morning. But…

Addition by Multiplication

When Jesus set about to accomplish His Father’s mission, He could have done it in any number of ways, but He chose to do His work through ordinary people. Men and women who were flawed and weak and often ignorant. He sent His disciples out two by two, and later told them to “go into all the world.” This small band of brothers grew and grew and within one generation, the mighty Roman Empire was being impacted by Jesus’ followers. God has and will…

Praying with Our Eyes Wide Open

Does God want us to retreat from the world and spend all of our time seeking Him in prayer and solitude, or has He called us to go into the world as ambassadors of His coming kingdom? The answer is, “Yes!” For many believers, and most churches, the choice between practicing a prayerful, contemplative faith is always held in contrast and opposition to practicing an active faith. But Jesus not only called us to both, He spent His earthly ministry modeling the…

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