At Seacoast, our mission is to help people find God, grow their faith, discover their purpose, and make a difference. Accomplishing that mission goes beyond the weekend experience. We believe it’s important to find a community to help you live out your faith. We’re committed to impacting our church, our communities, and our world.
Seacoast Church began in an apartment clubhouse with 65 people in February of 1988 and has grown to more than 14,000 attending every week at our 13 campuses. Our vision has always been to reach unchurched people by speaking the language of the modern culture, and provide a place that encourages non-believers to investigate Christianity at their own pace. We approach the historical Christian faith in a contemporary, unconventional way. We’ve created a seeker-sensitive atmosphere that aims to welcome all people, no matter where they are in their spiritual journey.
Pastors & Staff
We’re more than a staff; we’re a family. We are dedicated followers of Jesus, who use our unique God-given talents and passions to spread God’s Word across the globe, as well as to help one another grow and follow the calling God has placed on our lives. Every campus has its own personality, but together, we are Seacoast.
At Seacoast, we believe the Bible is the sole basis of our faith. It is uniquely God-inspired, trustworthy, and the final authority. Based on the Bible’s teaching, there is one God who sent his Son for our sins by dying on the cross as our substitute. By the Holy Spirit believers are drawn to Christ and equipped for personal growth. Our aim at Seacoast, as the Church, is to glorify God and make him known.
While Seacoast is one church with many locations, we’re confident that no matter which campus a person attends, they will experience powerful worship. A special part of every service is Response Time, which gives everyone the chance to consider what God might be asking them to do in response to the worship and message.
At Seacoast, our conferences include amazing worship and inspirational, practical teaching from gifted speakers. Our goal is to equip and empower people to make a difference in their families and communities.
Kidscoast is the children’s ministry of Seacoast Church for ages birth – 5th grade. Our children’s services are held in exciting learning environments and filled with worship songs, crafts, and Bible stories that teach God’s Word at an age-appropriate level.
Custom is the student ministry of Seacoast Church for grades 6–12. Students are an integral part of the Church. We know the teenage years can be some of the most challenging and formative in a person’s life. We create environments that value teenagers and help them discover for themselves who Jesus is, and what a relationship with him looks like
We believe God acts through the men of Seacoast in powerful ways. Regardless of age or background, from businessman to outdoorsman, there are plenty of ways to get involved in our Men’s Ministry. When men care about the heart and the things of God, they become unstoppable.
No matter what stage of life you’re in—single, married, a mom, or an empty-nester—we believe women need to share life and laughter, as well as their faith and struggles. Small groups meet throughout the week, to discuss a variety of topics, from biblically based nutrition and Christ-centered fitness, to book studies that inspire and connect women.
Married Life is the marriage ministry of Seacoast Church. We offer lots of opportunities for couples to strengthen their marriage, no matter what season they’re in—from newlywed to golden anniversary, from full house to empty nest. We believe all healthy marriages need to be surrounded with a supportive and thriving community.
At Seacoast Church, we are committed to equipping the next generation of leaders and investing in their future. Our partnership with Southeastern University (SEU) allows us to help students pursue their educational goals in a Christian environment and become influential servants in their careers and communities. We offer both Associate and Bachelor degree options with adult evening and day classes in three tracks: General Education Studies, School of Ministry, and School of Worship.
20s & 30s
Whether you are starting your first job, in college, or making a transition, finding a community is essential to growing in your faith and staying grounded. Connect, network, and become part of a group that values spiritual growth while building friendships that will last a lifetime.