What’s Going on at Starting Grounds Church

WOMEN’S SPRING RETREAT

 
Are you overwhelmed? Do you feel like things are a bit chaotic or uncertain? Well, you are not alone. Jesus said “Come to Me all who are weary, and I will give you rest.”
 
Join us, May 4th & 5th for a time of learning how to overcome those times when we feel overwhelmed.
 
We will also have the privilege of hearing from 3 incredible women who will share how through Christ they were able to overcome some of the most overwhelming times in their lives.
 
$30 Retreat Registration includes:
* Snacks and light dinner Friday evening
* Continental breakfast and lunch on Saturday
* Snacks and coffee throughout retreat
* Goodie bag
 
We encourage you to invite your sister, daughter, mom, co-worker, friend, or neighbor.
 


6K FOR CLEAN WATER

Worldwide, 844 million people do not have access to clean water. On May 19th Starting Grounds Church is hosting its 2nd annual 6k Walk/Run for Clean Water – a Global event in partnership with the humanitarian organization World Vision.
 
Visit our 6k for Water page to register or learn more.  
 
 


OWNERSHIP MEETING

If you consider Starting Grounds to be your church-home, we invite you to attend our all-church meeting on Sunday, April 22 at 12pm. Since Starting Grounds does not have a formal membership, we’re calling this our “Ownership” meeting and would like to encourage you to come hear pastor RJ’s end of the church year report as well as the vision and direction of our church.

April 22 @ 12pm

 
Food & childcare provided


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TEXT-TO-GIVE

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We now offer text-to-give, an easy and fast way to be generous.  Text a tithe, one-time offering or even payment for an event.  It’s simple:
 
1. Text an amount to 84321
2. Complete your profile
3. Add your payment info 
 
It’s that easy!


JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUPS

STAY CONNECTED WITH OTHERS IN THE CHURCH

If you consider Starting Grounds to be your church home, we encourage you to join our Facebook Private Groups.  
 
SGC Family Room:  This group is a great way to grow together with all members of the church.  Church announcements, events and general discussions from members of the church – this is where we share life together outside of Sunday Services and Bible Study. Ask to join the SGC Family Room here. 
 
Women’s Group:  SGC Women’s Group is a place where the ladies of SGC discuss their Bible Studies, encourage and pray for each other, share devotionals and general spiritual growth.  Ladies are welcome to join the group, even if they cannot attend the Tuesday night Bible studies.  Ask to join the SGC Women’s Group here.  
 
Men’s Group:  Join the Men’s group to discuss Bible Studies, encourage and pray for each other or share life together.  Ask to join the SGC Men’s group here.  
 
Youth Group:  Teens of Starting Grounds have their own group as well.  Parents of teens are welcome to join this page too.  Events, news and reminders are posted about SGC Youth Group.  Ask to join the SGC Youth Page here.


NEWCOMER’S COFFEE

New to Starting Grounds?

If you are new to Starting Grounds Church and want to learn more about who we are, please join Pastor RJ for a short welcome meeting.
 
Second Sundays of the month
Immediately after both services in Room 5
Coffee and baked goods will be provided!


WOMENS MINISTRIES

Women’s Bible Study Group

 
Join us Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 as our Women’s group joins in Bible study and prayer.  You’re welcome to join at any time during a study.  
 
Also, you can request to join our Facebook Group for more communication on upcoming studies, prayer requests and Bible discussions.  


MENS GROUP

Join us Wednesday Nights at 7pm for the SGC Men’s Group.  
 
You can also stay connected in our private Men’s Facebook Group.  It’s a great place to share prayer requests, discuss Bible Studies and grow closer to other men in the church.  


SMALL GROUP RELAUNCH

 

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Small groups are where the rubber meets the road. It’s where you voice the dreams God has been stirring in your heart. It’s where you are known and loved in specific/practical ways. It’s where your non-christian friends feel comfortable enough to attend a “church thing”. It’s where you mature in your faith. 
 
Join a small group by simply finding a leader with a “red name tag” at church or email the church.