What are the worship services like?
Our founding pastor, Greg Surratt, has described Seacoast worship as “practical, spirit filled, but non-spooky, yet kind of mystical worship experience, done in multiple locations, very inexpensively.” You will experience exciting worship, a relevant and practical message, and have the opportunity to respond to God at the end of the service.
What should I wear?
We like to keep it casual at Seacoast. You'll see plenty of people in jeans, t-shirts, etc., so just wear whatever makes you comfortable.
Do my kids sit with me in service?
While the choice is ultimately yours, we would encourage all parents to check out our children's ministry, Kidscoast. We have age appropriate classrooms, for newborns through 5th grade at all of our campuses, where kids can go and have fun learning about the love of God.
How do I get connected?
If you’re looking to learn more about Seacoast Church and how you can get connected, check out the Inside Track. The Inside Track process can help you understand the mission and culture of Seacoast Church, equipping you with the knowledge and resources to take your next steps and build lasting relationships. The Inside Track starts the first weekend of each month at every Seacoast campus and will walk you through finding a small group and finding your place to serve the church, community or world. Visit your campus event page for more details.
Do you have Bible Study groups I can attend?
Yes! There are many Small Groups that meet in homes for fellowship, Bible Study and food! If you would like someone to contact you to help you find a group, you can fill out the form below and someone will follow up with you.
How can I get involved as a volunteer?
Volunteers make Seacoast Church happen. If you are interested in volunteering at Seacoast, be sure to visit the serve center on the weekend or fill out the form below and someone from our team will follow up wtih you.
Will I be asked to give money?
While we believe that good financial stewardship involves giving back to God a portion of what has been given to us, there is no obligation or expectation for our visitors to give.
We believe that generosity is something that God wants for us and not from us. We are all on a journey of generosity, learning to freely give out of gratitude for all that God has given us. Consequently our giving should be motivated by where we are on that journey. 2 Corinthians 9:7 says it this way, “Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” We want your giving to be a response to God, an act of worship to Him. As you prayerfully process where you are and what you give there are several ways to respond:
Give Something – A portion of what you have.
Give a Percentage – A portion of what you have on a regular basis.
Give the Tithe – Literally meaning 10%, this is the Biblical expectation (Malachi 3:10).
Give Sacrificially – There are instances and seasons when the Spirit leads us to give beyond the standard tithe. We would encourage you to continually seek God regarding your finances and see how he would have you respond.