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 is important to find a community to help you live out your faith. Whether your next steps involve baptism, joining a small group, or serving as a volunteer, we’re here to help and encourage you.
Small groups meet regularly to study the Bible, pray for one another, and build lasting relationships. We have small groups of all kinds: for women, men, young professionals and students, as well as for sports enthusiasts, married couples, and those needing to address hurts, habits and hang-ups that keep us from living in freedom. Small groups are safe places to share experiences, victories and hope.
You don’t have to be an outgoing person to volunteer. Whether you’re an extrovert or an introvert, there are plenty of opportunities here at Seacoast. Volunteering doesn’t necessarily mean a weekly commitment — most ministries offer flexible options. Our volunteers are the best part of Seacoast Church.
Baptism is an incredibly important moment in every believer’s faith journey. It is the public declaration of a person’s commitment to Jesus Christ. At Seacoast, we invite all new believers to be baptized.
The goal of our Care Ministry is to create a community of fellowship and encouragement. We want to celebrate and support you in whatever season of life you’re in by providing resources, counseling, classes, and studies.
The Inside Track process helps you understand the mission and culture of Seacoast Church. After completing the course, you will have the necessary knowledge and resources to take your next steps and build lasting relationships.
Seacoast Missions believes that the local church is the hope of the world. Our goal is to love God and others, both at home and abroad.