September 21, 2018
Due to the impact of Hurricane Florence, the Conway Campus will only be holding one service this weekend at 10:30 AM on Sunday, September 23. We’re excited to worship with you!
September 18, 11:30AM
Seacoast Conway Campus Closed
Due to the impact of Hurricane Florence, our Conway campus will be closed this week. We will be sure to update you when office hours and services have resumed. To find out how you can get involved in relief efforts, visit seacoast.org/relief.
September 16, 6:00PM
Relief Help Needed
As Florence continues inland, we are receiving reports on relief needs across the Carolinas due to rain with significant flooding. Today we are in communications with Seacoast campuses and other North Carolina churches to determine their needs and next steps in the coming days and weeks.
We are gearing up to mobilize teams and resources soon. If you’d like to be a part of these efforts, you can give financially or sign up to be a part of relief teams at seacoast.org/relief
September 12, 2018 at 1:30PM
Based on current models, Seacoast Church will be canceling weekend services across all campuses except Asheville and Greenville. Join us at live.seacoast.org on Sunday for a message from Pastor Josh Surratt.
Once the storm has moved on, it’s our commitment to get back as quickly as we can so that we can continue to love and serve every city, town, and community we are a part of. Seacoast will be actively involved in relief and recovery efforts across the Carolinas and in any communities impacted by Hurricane Florence by mobilizing teams and resources. More information on how to get involved or support relief efforts can be found at seacoast.org/relief.
September 10, 2018 4:30PM
South Carolina Governor McMaster has announced that starting tomorrow, Tuesday, September 11 there will be a mandatory evacuation of all coastal counties. Based on that, we will close all campuses and offices beginning Tuesday until further notice. At this point, we are planning to have all weekend services as scheduled, but will update as more information is available.
Once the storm has moved on, it’s our commitment to get back as quickly as we can so that we can continue to love and serve every city, town, and community we are a part of. We are going to be here for our people, and to help as many people as we can. We’re all getting our homes and our families ready to leave – we need to be getting our hearts ready to come back and serve. We will update you as soon as possible on our plans for after the storm, including relief efforts, staff expectations, and how you can help.
For the most up to date information on weekend service adjustments, campus and office closures, please check back at this page.
To request assistance or be part of relief efforts, visit seacoast.org/relief.
Jack Hoey III
843.881.2100 ext. 1218
All other relief inquiries
Update from Pastor Josh Surratt