This page is your hot spot for all the latest news from Swift Creek! Check back here regularly for announcements as seen in the bulletin each week. For a full list of Swift Creek events, view our Calendar
Young at Heart Senior Adult Ministry
Tuesday, October 3 | 11:30am | Worship Center
Doug Masini will be presenting a program of favorite songs! Please come and bring a friend! Remember to bring your payment for the Christmas Musical at Liberty Baptist Church! Menu: Poppyseed Chicken, rice, salad, roll and dessert. Cost for lunch: $4. No RSVP needed, just come! Contact: Sylvia Williamson, 804-739-4736.
Hope Ministry Fair
Sunday, October 8 | Fellowship Hall | Before and after each service
Meander through our ministry tables to learn about opportunities for you or someone you know to find help in the midst of a painful life situation. It is also a great way to discover how you can use your life testimony and recovery to help others. Find a complete list of Hope Ministries using the link above!
Mom’s Morning Out
Monday, October 2 | 9am-noon (register here)
Hey moms! Looking for a break? Leave your kids with us while you enjoy three hours to yourself!
Parent’s Night Out
Friday, October 6 | 6-9pm
Parents! Drop off your infant through 5th grade children for 3 hours and do something fun! Children are invited to come eat pizza and popcorn, play games, and watch a movie! Cost: $5 per child with a family max of $15. Register at swiftcreekbaptist.org/register
Women’s Tea and Festival of Tables
Saturday, October 14 | 2-4pm | Fellowship Hall
Calling for women to hostess a table by providing eight place settings and a decor theme of your choosing (food is provided). This year’s event will feature Amy Lively, author of “How to Love Your Neighbor Without Being Weird”. Ticket sales will begin in September. To hostess a table or request more info, contact Susan Beals at 804-608-1717.
Middle School One Degree
Sunday, October 1 | 3-6pm | 16602 Brattice Mill Place
One Degree is a relaxed afternoon at a host home where middle school students can get together and enjoy each other’s company over 9-Square, snacks, and Jesus-focused conversations about middle school specific topics. This year we will focus on our identity in Christ. The goal is to move one degree closer toward becoming like Jesus. No prior registration needed! Cost: $5
Serve with Children & Preschool Ministries
The church has an incredible way for you to serve the body and grow closer to Christ through our children’s department. You have gifts to share with our children! Would you consider using these gifts, whether full-time or as part of a rotation, to help us provide the best possible teaching to our kids? Pastor Bobby will be at the Next Steps table after both services to give you more information about where you can serve. Pray about this opportunity!
Backpack Program at Crenshaw Elementary (September-May)
Help us feed hungry kids in our community. Non-perishable foods and snacks may be placed in the large box in the Main Hallway by the Fellowship Hall entrance. If you are not already contributing through your Connect Group Class, you may pick up a list of suggested food items at the donation bin. For more information, call Donnie Dalton, 804-690-5507
Chesterfield Food Bank- Second Saturdays
Swift Creek is excited to be serving with the Chesterfield Food Bank. We will be helping with the food distribution at Reams Rd. Elementary school on the second Saturday of each month. This is a great opportunity to serve with your entire family! What to Expect
Sunday Mornings 9:30 and 11am.
Connect Groups: We invite you to join us for a time of Bible study and fellowship. Classes are available for every age and stage of life. Look for our Connect Group Directory under the visitor tab.
Sunday Morning Worship: Our blended worship service includes a time of praise through song and a powerful message from Senior Pastor Monty Guice.
Wednesday Night Activities (September-May)
Equipping Classes: Wednesday Nights at 6:30pm. New classes are offered every few weeks. Take a gander at our Equipping brochure under the visitor tab for the latest offerings for men’s, women’s, and co-ed classes.
Students and Children: Wednesday Nights, children (2yrs-5th) are invited to participate in our AWANA program where they will hear Bible stories, memorize scripture, and play games. Students (6th-12th) meet in our Refuge Student Center for a time of large group worship and discipleship.Younger children can be dropped off in the nursery.
Music: Choirs for adults, students, and children have rehearsal at various times on Wednesday nights. Check out our worship ministry page for times and locations.