Here are a few highlights from the video above:
  • Our church leadership is committed to do our best to stay connected in changing times.  In fact, you will notice from here on out – we are renaming our heading from COVID-19 update to: SHCC - Staying Connected in Changing Times.  
  • Our goal is to make 5 various touches a week –not physical of course, but electronic and digital touches.  You will experience those in the coming days from our different staff members—so be on the lookout.
  •  Use “19” as a prayer prompt.  Pause and pray at any 19 minutes after the hour-either AM or PM. Let’s make prayer a priority, not an afterthought. It is a powerful way to stay connected to our Heavenly Father and to intercede on behalf of our brothers and sisters who are sick, or anxious about their job, or facing fears concerning their finances.
  • Stay connected through our Facebook Live services.  We believe we have worked out the bugs of last Sunday and Angie and Andrew will host a Facebook Watch party this coming Sunday, March 29 at 10:30 AM.  This watch party is our opportunity to stay connected through worship.
 
In preparation for our livestream services:
  • To access livestream go to the SHCC Facebook page or click here.
  • Make preparations to take communion together.
  • Remember the importance of generosity.
 
Remember--The ministry of our church continues on and depends upon our financial support.  About 25% of our congregation gives via on-line giving.  If you would like to learn more about this process you can click on the link here. If you don’t take part in on-line banking, you can mail in your tithes and offerings to the church office. (122 Boyds Creek Highway, Seymour, TN 37865)
 
Paul tells Timothy “to keep his head in all situations.”  (2 Timothy 4:5)  We pray the same for SHCC.  May we keep our head—meaning that we stay focused on our savior and our mission—and keep pursuing Jesus while treating people with love and compassion.
 
 
The Elders of SHCC
(Chuck Stroup, Glenn Feaster, Tom Johnson, Phillip McRary, Jarrod Hess, and Harold Keck)