9 & 11a Worship
September 16 – October 14, 6:30-7:30p
Adults: Worship Center
Adults will gather for our latest series “2020 Strikes Again”. We’ll dig into the questions we’ve been asking ourselves about God, the end times, and how we should respond in crisis after crisis as 2020 rages on. Social Distancing guidelines are the same as Sunday morning worship – as outlined on swiftcreekbaptist.org/worship
Students: Fellowship Hall
Our Midweek worship will gather in a new location as we begin a new series in 1st John: Follower or Faker. Open to 6th-12th grade students. Students will be asked to wear masks but may not be able to maintain 6ft of social distancing during some activities.
Children (K-5th): Children’s Hallway
Our children will spend 5 weeks in a special program: Foundations – Jesus Our Strong Foundation. Children will be led through a series of socially distanced activities where they will hear a Bible story, sing songs, and engage in a video driven mission’s lesson where they will meet a missionary family serving in Italy. Parents must RSVP children online with their grade level.
Fall Women’s Bible Study – Register here
Tuesdays, September 29 – November 17
Join us as we learn more about God’s faithfulness while studying the life of Joseph in “Finding God Faithful” by Kelly Minter.
Disaster Relief Training – Register here
Saturday, September 26 | 8am-Noon | Music Suite
Disaster Relief training allows you to be certified to respond in times of disaster. With so many ways to serve in a disaster, there is a place for you!
Student One Degree Events
Students are invited to spend an afternoon outdoors growing as a follower of Jesus! We will fellowship, have fun, and explore a relevant topic from God’s Word together. Our topic for discussion: Dealing with Anxiety and Depression. No cost!
Middle School – RSVP here
Sunday, September 27 | 3-6p | Pastor Trevor’s House, 9311 Cattail Rd, Chesterfield
High School – RSVP here
Sunday, November 1 | 3-6p | Caish Home, 16602 Brattice Mill Pl, Chesterfield
Student Family Cookout – Register here
Saturday, October 17, 5-9pm | Davis Home, 3140 Shadow Creek Dr, Powhatan
Join us for an outdoor night of fellowship for all students and their families. We will enjoy a cookout and encourage one another. No cost and food is provided!
Chesterfield Food Bank – Register here
2nd Saturdays at A.M. Davis Elementary, 8-10a
4th Saturdays at Chalkley Elementary, 8-10a
We’re looking for 10-12 volunteers a week to help load food into cars in small teams. If you’re used to serving at the Chesterfield Food Bank with us, you may notice things look a little different. That’s because we’re taking a break from serving with the main distribution team to focus on clients with children who qualify for a little something extra. We will be serving with this team at least through December 2020.
Red Cross Blood Drives – Register here
Thursday, November 5:1-7p
August Giving: $149,463
Monthly Budget Goal: $168,374
January-August Giving: $1,347,654
January-August Budget Goal: $1,359,941
January-August Actual Net: ($12,287)
Weekly Attendance 9-20:
Sunday Morning in-person Worship at 9 and 11a (Live-streaming at 11a)
Our blended worship service includes a time of praise through song and a powerful message from Senior Pastor Monty Guice. We are also live-streaming every week at 11am at swiftcreekbaptist.org/live
Sunday Morning Connect Groups
We invite you to join us for a time of virtual Bible study and fellowship on Sunday Mornings. Look for our Connect Group Directory under the visitor tab. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office if you would like us to help you get connected to a group during this time of altered programming. Only adult and student classes are meeting at this time (Email Janelle Collazo for weekly pre-k lessons or Tracey Beach for children’s lessons you can do at home).
Crenshaw Elementary Backpacks
Over the past few years, we have been collecting food for students at Crenshaw Elementary School to take home over the weekend when school lunches are not provided. Due to the pandemic, an increased need for food donations has changed how we are conducting this program. We are now taking donations of family sized items to help feed the families of these students at Crenshaw.
Below is a list of the items that can be dropped off in the donation bin in the hallway beside the kitchen. Try to avoid sending glass if possible. Please check the expiration dates on all donations.
Family size items like large packages of cookies and chips for the snack items, Breakfast bars, Pop tarts, Full size cereal, Pasta / Pasta sauce, Peanut butter, Jelly, Soups, Vegetables, Full size cans of fruit. You may also donate other items of your choice such as: Taco kit, Large mac and cheese, Beans / Rice, Mashed potatoes / Gravy, Hamburger helper…or anything else for a family meal!