Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome, we’re so glad you’re thinking about visiting SBC.Hopefully these Q+A’s will help make your visit here completely enjoyable.

 

What kind of church is SBC?

We are a Christ-following and Bible-believing church, rooted in rich traditions, yet strongly committed to the next generation. When you visit on a Sunday, you’ll be surrounded by a friendly, vibrant group of people of all ages seeking to know God better.

What is a typical Sunday service like?

Our service starts at 10:00 a.m. and ends around 11:30 a.m. We open with a classic hymn, followed by a few contemporary worship songs led by a full band. Kids are dismissed for Sunday school and Pastor Kevin preaches through books of the Bible, making relevant applications to everyday life.

What is available for my kids during service?

Nursery is available during the entire service for newborn through age 4. Children 5 and over are welcome to stay with their parents during the service or to dismiss to children’s church after the first few songs. Middle schoolers and young high school aged kids are also dismissed for an age-appropriate teaching by one of our teaching teams. Kids of all ages are also welcomed to stay in the Sunday service. All our teaching teams and nursery workers have been trained and certified in child safety and have passed a background check.

What happens after service?

Immediately after church, we enjoy “coffee hour” just downstairs from the main service. Apart from the amazing food, it’s a great time to meet some people from church.

What should I wear?

We are a casual church so come as you are!

How often do we share communion?

We celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of each month. All Christ-followers are encouraged to participate in communion. Haven’t met Christ yet? Visit any Sunday and you just might get to know Him!

But wait…I’m not a “Baptist!”

Our people come from a variety of backgrounds, ranging from Catholic to Protestant and no religion at all. For most of us, this is our first experience in a “Baptist” church. We don’t make a big deal about our affiliation, we are just excited get to know God’s Word better and to serve Him. We are part of the American Baptist Churches (ABC). The Baptist tradition teaches the autonomy of the individual believer and of local church. We don’t receive theological or moral guidance from our denomination. Rather, we are congregationally governed and hold unswervingly to the truth of Scripture.

Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome, we’re so glad you’re thinking about visiting SBC.Hopefully these Q+A’s will help make your visit here completely enjoyable.

 

What kind of church is SBC?

We are a Christ-following and Bible-believing church, rooted in rich traditions, yet strongly committed to the next generation. When you visit on a Sunday, you’ll be surrounded by a friendly, vibrant group of people of all ages seeking to know God better.

What is a typical Sunday service like?

Our service starts at 10:00 a.m. and ends around 11:30 a.m. We open with a classic hymn, followed by a few contemporary worship songs led by a full band. Kids are dismissed for Sunday school and Pastor Kevin preaches through books of the Bible, making relevant applications to everyday life.

What is available for my kids during service?

Nursery is available during the entire service for newborn through age 4. Children 5 and over are welcome to stay with their parents during the service or to dismiss to children’s church after the first few songs. Middle schoolers and young high school aged kids are also dismissed for an age-appropriate teaching by one of our teaching teams. Kids of all ages are also welcomed to stay in the Sunday service. All our teaching teams and nursery workers have been trained and certified in child safety and have passed a background check.

What happens after service?

Immediately after church, we enjoy “coffee hour” just downstairs from the main service. Apart from the amazing food, it’s a great time to meet some people from church.

What should I wear?

We are a casual church so come as you are!

How often do we share communion?

We celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of each month. All Christ-followers are encouraged to participate in communion. Haven’t met Christ yet? Visit any Sunday and you just might get to know Him!

But wait…I’m not a “Baptist!”

Our people come from a variety of backgrounds, ranging from Catholic to Protestant and no religion at all. For most of us, this is our first experience in a “Baptist” church. We don’t make a big deal about our affiliation, we are just excited get to know God’s Word better and to serve Him. We are part of the American Baptist Churches (ABC). The Baptist tradition teaches the autonomy of the individual believer and of local church. We don’t receive theological or moral guidance from our denomination. Rather, we are congregationally governed and hold unswervingly to the truth of Scripture.