Next Steps helps you understand the mission and culture of Seacoast Church. At the end of our time together, we hope you will have the knowledge and resources to take your next steps and build lasting relationships at Seacoast Church.
When you’re looking to get connected, Next Steps is the place to start. This course is offered to everyone, whether you are new or have been attending for years. The valuable information provided will help you direct your interests and talents into serving others, finding a group where you belong, or simply learning more about the culture and mission of Seacoast Church.
Ways to Get Involved
Discover Small Groups
Small groups meet regularly to study the Bible, pray for one another, and offer opportunities to build lasting relationships. We have small groups for women, young professionals and students, as well as for 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.
Our Dream Team is what we call our volunteers—all those who serve in the church. We know God wires every one of us differently. Our hope is to provide you with clear steps to help you develop your unique God-given talents and strengths that you can use, in turn, to generously serve others.
Next Steps will provide you with valuable information about our beliefs and practices, and answer any questions you might have about our church. These sessions will help you reflect on two questions: “What is God saying to you? And “What am I going to do about it?”
- All Campuses
- Johns Island
- Mount Pleasant
- North Charleston
- West Ashley
- Seacoast Online