We are committed to being ready in any season and in all circumstances to serve our church, communities, and world. There are lots of ways for you the get involved, wherever you are. Please visit Care and Serve to learn more about how you can receive and give help during this time.

A message on weekend services


We are still going to have church this weekend, but we will just gather online instead of in person. Based on the advice of medical professionals in our area, we have made the difficult decision to close all of our Seacoast locations beginning this weekend, March 14-15.

While we have not been directed to do so by state or local officials, we believe that this is the best way for us to be responsible and proactive. In the Bible, the first question a person ever asks God is, “Am I my brother’s keeper?” We answer that question with an unequivocal, emphatic “Yes.”

This is not about panic, and we do not believe we are overreacting. This is about doing everything within our power to halt the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our areas. We know that you are committed to helping to do that as well.

Attending Services Online

We still want everyone to join us for weekend worship at live.seacoast.org, and we want everyone to download the Seacoast app. The app is the best way to engage with us online. We made a short video to tell you how to get the app, and share a few features.

Visit seacoast.org/app to learn more and get the Seacoast app.

Watch Parties

We know that some people have started hosting Watch Parties during weekend worship. We love that idea and we want to encourage everyone to consider hosting a Watch Party for weekend services right where you are. It can be your small group, a few neighbors, or just your family. Naturally, we want everyone to exercise extreme caution when choosing to gather with others, and encourage you to limit the size of your group.

In a few days, we will post materials for Watch Parties. It will include everything you need to host a worship experience right where you are, including materials and instructions for hosts. We will also post some instructions for how you can host a Watch Party from your Facebook page.

We know that better days are ahead and even in the midst of this difficult time, Seacoast is committed to helping people wherever we can. Right now, the best way we can do that is to join with people across the world and fight to “flatten the curve.” We love our Seacoast family, and we’ll see you for worship online.

Like the rest of the country, we have been watching the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) with concern. We are monitoring the situation closely and encourage everyone to exercise appropriate caution and to pay attention to any guidance given by state and local officials.

At this point, all weekend services at all of our Seacoast campuses will continue as usual. For the most up-to-date information on our plans and how we are responding, please check this page, which we will update as more information is available.

For information on COVID-19 in South Carolina

Visit scdhec.gov

For information on COVID-19 in North Carolina

Visit ncdhhs.gov

What We Are Doing

For now, we want to make sure everyone knows what we are doing as a church during this time.

  • Campus Closures

    Currently all Seacoast locations are closed until further notice.

  • Seacoast at Home

    While we cannot meet together, we are providing everything you need to have a worship experience right where you are. Visit Seacoast At Home to learn more.

How You Can Help

We appreciate your cooperation and commitment to help us keep one another safe and healthy.

  • Use Discretion

    Avoid gathering with groups larger than 10 people. If you are not feeling well, stay home.

  • Wash Thoroughly

    Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. While we will be offering many hand sanitizing stations, proper hand washing is more effective.

  • Limit The Spread Of Germs

    Cover your sneeze or cough with your arm, or with a tissue that you then immediately dispose of.

  • Avoid Face Contact

    Make an effort to touch your face less.

  • Practice Social Distancing

    Per CDC guidance, do your best to stay 6 feet away from others when possible.

  • Let Us Know

    If you or someone you know tests positive for COVID-19, please let us know so we can find a way to help, pray for everyone involved, and take any necessary precautions here at Seacoast. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I watch services online if I choose to stay at home?
Yes, we offer services online at live.seacoast.org. You can watch full services, connect with others, and receive prayer.

Are there any changes to how I give?
Tithe envelopes will continue to be provided at our offering boxes, but this is a great time to sign up for Text to Give or to begin giving online.

How can I stay connected with Seacoast?
Text CONNECT to 320320 and download the Seacoast app to access sermons, message notes, and more. Get the app › 

Will Global Missions trips be affected?
At this point, we have not cancelled our upcoming global mission trips. We are not traveling to countries with confirmed cases of COVID-19. We will continue to monitor the status daily. See current list of countries with confirmed cases.