We love connecting on the weekends, but Seacoast On the Go is all about the rest of your week.
With Seacoast On the Go you’ll find daily encouragement, bite-sized devotionals, Bible studies, and more. It’s the just the thing you need to stay connected and growing the other six days of the week.
Connect throughout the week.
We’re hosting several opportunities to connect digitally throughout the week, the best way to keep in touch while practicing social distancing!
Start your morning with an encouraging word from one of our pastors.
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Join your campus for encouragement and stay connected with your community.
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Read stories of hope, perseverance and how God is active in our lives and in the world.
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Stories and articles to encourage you.
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Get the Seacoast App.
The best way to stay connected with Seacoast during services and throughout the week is by using our app.
Following along with the weekend message right from your phone.
Easily access Church Online whenever services are available.
Fill out the digital connect form and find other opportunities to connect.
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Stay connected with your campus.
Join your campus pastor for encouraging messages, while staying connected with your community.
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Stay connected with your small group.
A long time ago, Jesus reminded us that community is essential in our faith because it helps us experience more of God’s presence. Even if you are not be able to meet together physically, there are still some ways you can experience the kind of community that can encourage and challenge us. Decide on a rhythm and stick with it. If you choose to meet in person with your group please follow CDC guidance and limit the size of your gathering.
We encourage you to continue meeting together with a virtual meeting application of your choice. Here are some recommendations.
Free video, message, calling features. Access through Google account. Host up to 10 people. Get started ›
Unlimited free video minutes. Host up to 25 people. Get started ›
Download the app and video chat. You don’t have to be live. Group or one-on-one conversations. Get started ›
Video and audio group meetings for multiple people, available through Seacoast IT. firstname.lastname@example.org ›
We invite you to use the small group resources we make available to you each week as well as many other great resources.
Current Series Discussions
Download the group discussion from the weekend message. Choose a message and click Group Discussion or access through the Seacoast App.
Online video library of small group curriculum and resources. Choose from Right Now Originals for small group material. Set up a free account through Seacoast by texting “RightNow Seacoast” to 41411