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Ministries


No matter your age or stage of life, we have a place for you!

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Ministries


No matter your age or stage of life, we have a place for you!

Our ministries include Adult Classes, Women, Men, Kids, Students, and Marriage & Couples.
Scroll down for meeting times, upcoming events, and more information about each group.

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Adult Classes


Let the wise hear and increase in learning, and the one who understands obtain guidance (Proverbs 1:5, ESV)

Adult Classes


Let the wise hear and increase in learning, and the one who understands obtain guidance (Proverbs 1:5, ESV)

 

As followers of Christ, we want to continue to GROW in our walk with Him and learn how better to reach out to those around us.

 

connections class (recurring)

Our Connections class is designed to help you get familiar with who we are and what we're all about. The class is scheduled often, and is the first step toward church membership. See this page for more info, schedule, and signup forms.


Adult Bible Study (Sunday Mornings, 8:15am)

Join us Sunday mornings in room B5 for our study in Ecclesiastes. Contact Frank Forster for details  (wa4fnr@aol.com, 425-334-4392)

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Women


Women


We provide a place of encouragement, prayer and support as we grow in our understanding of who God made us to be. This happens through our life groups, luncheons, retreats, Ladies Night’s Out, and MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers).


upcoming events


Events will be posted here as they become available


ongoing events

MOPS

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) is a Christ-centered opportunity for moms to meet for encouragement, food, friendship and growth. Moms receive support and companionship as well as helpful tips from our guest speakers on raising children and building a stronger home. During each meeting our children are well-cared for by fabulous volunteers in our MOPPETS program.

MOPS meets:
2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, 9:15-11:15am.
January – May dues are $60.
Questions? Contact Us!


women's bible studies

See above for study schedule


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Men


Men


We want to help men make the most of their life by being real while we pursue being who God has made us to be. We do this by getting together regularly for monthly breakfasts, in small groups (which we call life groups), at our biannual retreat and engaging in activities (hiking, biking, golfing, etc.).


upcoming events


Men's B.C. Adventure (September 27-30)

This men's retreat weekend will encourage you and grow your heart for God. Great tasting meals, comfortable accommodations, lots of free time, music & entertainment. Outstanding teaching in the Word and time to connect with other men.


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Young Adult Life


 Living as a disciple of Jesus in a broken world

Young Adult Life


 Living as a disciple of Jesus in a broken world

Young Adult Life is a place for young adults ages 18-25 to study God’s Word and learn how to live a life that extends beyond our culture

Meeting Schedule

We have groups meeting on Monday and Thursday nights at 6:30pm. Let us know which night works best for you and we'll get you connected! 


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Student Ministries


6th - 12th Grade

Student Ministries


6th - 12th Grade

At Snohomish Community Church we love students! MSM and HSM are a place for middle school and high school students to feel welcome and find a place where they can grow in relationships, both with God and others.


Meeting Times

Sundays

  • Middle School: Sundays at 9:45am
  • High School: Sundays at 11:15am

Thursdays

  • Middle and High School: Life Groups Thursdays at 6:30pm

Worship Services (Sundays)

We have gatherings of Middle School and High School Students that meet on Sundays for fun, worship, teaching and some brief small group time. This is our large group event for the week.

  • Middle School: 9:45am in the Student Center 
  • High School: 11:15am in the Student Center

Student Life Groups

Student Life Groups are your chance to connect with other students going through the same things you are and a mentor to help take you to the Bible to figure it all out. High School and Middle School Groups meet on Thursday nights at 6:30pm. 


Upcoming events

6th Grade Launch Day - june 6 @ 6:30pm

We are excited to host a Middle School Launch just for the upcoming 6th grade students! Come hang out with some of the Middle School Ministry team, make some new friends, have some food, get some sweet student  ministry gear, play a few fun games, and find out all the things we are doing in Student  Ministry over the summer!


Color War - june 13 @ 6:30pm

All middle and high school students are invited to celebrate the end of the school year with us by having a color war here at SCC.  Wear white (and maybe bring a towel!) and come prepared to have fun!


High School Mission Trip - Ensenada, MX - June 24-30

This June we will be taking a team of high school students and partnering with YUGO Ministries in Ensenada, MX to serve the community and share God's love.  Find out more about YUGO by going to yugo.org.   


Save the date for Summer Camp - Aug 8th-12th

Students going into 6th-12th grade are invited to join us for an exciting summer camp experience at Lake Retreat!  Join us for five days of outdoor activities, passionate worship, and life changing Bible teaching! 


Resources


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Kids


Birth - 5th Grade

Kids


Birth - 5th Grade

We are here to help parents raise a generation of kids who worship God from the inside out. We do this by helping parents establish the Word of God their homes, where their kids have the opportunity to know and follow Jesus, be changed by him and become committed to His mission.


Sundays

  • Nursery-5th Grade: All Services (8:15am, 9:45am, 11:15am)

Wednesdays

Awana Groups (Register Here!)

Wednesday Nights, 6:30-8:00pm
(Find out what Awana is here)

Age Groups:
· Cubbies: 2 years prior to Kindergarten (children of volunteers in Awana)
· Sparks: K-2nd Grade
· Truth & Training: 3rd-5th Grade


Kids movie night (May 11, 6:30pm)

Join us for some family fun and relaxation as we watch the movie, Cars 3! Bring your blankets, low profile chairs, snacks and we will provide the popcorn! Make it special by getting creative at home and designing a seat out of a cardboard box for kids to sit in while having snacks and watching the movie! We look forward to sharing the fun with you on May 11th at 6:30!


4th-5th Grade camp (June 1-3)

For all 4th and 5th graders we will be heading to Black Diamond camp in Auburn for lots of adventure, Bible teaching, yummy food, and great fellowship!

For all kids attending, print & fill out BOTH of these:

Adult Volunteers, print & fill out:

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Senior Adults


Senior Adults


meeting schedule

Route 66 Monday Bible Class

Meets on the 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Mondays of the month, 10:30-11:30am in Building B (Begins March 5). Spring study is 2 Timothy with the teaching ministry of Pastor Tim Walton

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Roadside Diner Luncheon Series

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Meets on the 3rd Monday of the month, 12:00-2:00pm in Building B (Begins March 19). We will NOT meet in June, July and August. Bring a salad, veggie or dessert for the buffet table. Hot main entree provided by the church.

  • March 19: Guest Speaker Fred Van Gorkom, missionary veterinarian with 20 years in Ethiopia!
  • April 16: Faith Heroines Dramatist Susie Tucker Boer, depicting the amazing pioneer missionary to Calabar, Africa, Mary Slessor!
  • May 21: Bible Historian David Parsons, with a compelling story of one of the heroes who gave us the Bible in the English language.

Grandparents At Prayer (GAP) Group

Grandparents are invited to join the GAP group that meets on the first Sunday of each month (although it is sometimes changed due to church calendar events) at 8:15 am (during the first service) in Room B7 as we gather together to share devotions and pray for our grandchildren.

national grandparents day

Is celebrated on the second Sunday in September each year as we honor and give thanks for grandparents.

Grandparenting Matters Seminar

Will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3 2018, at Alderwood Community Church in Lynnwood. SCC will co-host this event that will feature Larry Fowler, founder of Legacy Coalition, a national grandparenting ministry. This seminar is designed to awaken, encourage and equip intentional Christian grandparents to leave a legacy of faith for their grandchildren.

Grandparenting Classes

Are offered at various times during the year to bring grandparents together for fellowship and to study God’s Word and new resource materials.

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Marriage


“With God’s help, we want to encourage couples to build strong Christ-centered marriages that are marked by lifelong commitment, intimacy and love, and to equip them to reach out to help others.”

Marriage


“With God’s help, we want to encourage couples to build strong Christ-centered marriages that are marked by lifelong commitment, intimacy and love, and to equip them to reach out to help others.”

MARRIAGE & COUPLES


“With God’s help, we want to encourage couples to build strong Christ-centered marriages that are marked by lifelong commitment, intimacy and love, and to equip them to reach out to help others.”

SCC offers marriage enrichment opportunities throughout the year to help couples strengthen their marriage to last a lifetime.


Preparing for Marriage Class (April/May)

Are you engaged or considering getting engaged in the near future? Preparing for Marriage will help you learn about God’s blueprint for marriage and help you evaluate as a couple your readiness for marriage. Meetings will begin in May. Contact Phil and Leah Painter at familylife@wearescc.org for more information.


Marriage DAte Night (May 12 @ 6:00pm)

Join us for a date night with other couples as we share dinner together and have a friendly competition that everyone is sure to enjoy! Meet new people, enjoy a great dinner, and connect with your spouse, making memories you will enjoy for a life time! Register by May 7.  Contact jdoty@wearescc.org for more information. 


MARRIAGE RETREAT

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4 Better or 4 Worse @the 4 Seasons

An amazing weekend away with your spouse at a five-star resort...without the five-star price tag! 

April 27-29, 2018 at the Four Seasons in Whistler.

$375 March 1 through April 22
($50 Deposit Required to Register)
Meals and parking costs not included in price.

*All spots are currently full, any registrations will be put on a wait list until space opens up.*


SPEAKER

Our speaker this year will be Mike Fabarez, Senior Pastor at Compass Bible Church in Southern California.

MEALS

There is a wide variety of restaurants to choose from near the Four Seasons, and Whistler Village is an easy 15-20 minute walk where you will be able to find everything from fine dining to fast food. Each of the resort rooms is equipped with a mini-fridge, so you can bring your own food, or pick something up at the grocery in Whistler Village.

ACTIVITIES

We will have all of Saturday afternoon free to explore Whistler Village, go for a gondola ride, or just relax in your room. The Four Seasons has a fitness center and a heated outdoor pool. We will have more information about activities later, or click HERE for some ideas. Click HERE to see a tentative schedule for the weekend.

TRAVEL

Please be aware that a passport or enhanced driver’s license is required to cross the Canadian border. More information about obtaining a U.S. Passport or Washington State enhanced driver’s license is available online. Driving time from Lynnwood to Whistler is 4 hours...you will want to add additional time for any stops (including crossing the border) and traffic. Parking a vehicle at the Four Seasons is $18 per night (this is a special rate for ACC). There are also free lots nearby. You may wish to consider carpooling with another couple or two to split the cost of gas and parking. (Gas will cost $25-50 depending on the vehicle.)

CROSSING THE CANADIAN BORDER WITH A DUI 

Getting into Canada with a DUI is not as simple as showing up at the border with a valid United States passport. If you have ever been arrested or convicted for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, regardless of whether it was a misdemeanor or felony offense, you may be criminally inadmissible to Canada and denied entry.

  • It does not matter if you are arriving as a passenger in another person’s car.
  • It does not matter if you have no intention of driving in Canada at all. For example, 4 to 5 passengers a week who take the ferry to Victoria for a one-day walking sightseeing trip are turned back for DUI / DWI offenses even though they do not have a car with them.
  • There are no exceptions for fans, guests, officials, or anyone else entering Canada for special events.

“But my Friend Got Across …” 
You may hear stories of people who were allowed to cross the border even though they had a drunk driving offense. Others will say that they were allowed to into the country 2 or 3 times but were then stopped the next time they tried to cross. Why? Because border officers have complete discretion to allow, or deny, entry to anybody. You may get across, or you may be stopped. You may get pulled in for interrogation, and then allowed to cross, or you may be sent back. The simple fact is – Canada considers drunk driving to be a serious offense

As a general rule, the older your conviction (10 years or more), the better the chance that you have of being allowed to enter Canada.

Several Things You Shouldn’t Do
Don’t lie. If you are caught misrepresenting your record your chances of ever getting across the border again will drop significantly. Canadian officers can ban you on the spot for an extended time and perhaps for life.

Secondly, do not attempt entry at a different border crossing on the same day thinking you have a fresh chance with a new officer. Denied admissions are updated immediately in a centralized database and will be visible at all ports of entry. If you look like you are trying to evade the system you will further jeopardize your ability to enter the country for the rest of your life.

Finally, there is a chance that the driver of the car or people travelling with you could also be deemed inadmissible – and even face criminal charges – if they are aware of your inadmissibility and your intent to hide it.


Recurring events

Marriage Retreats

A weekend away (held every other year) at a special venue for a program that includes marriage enrichment teaching, worship, fellowship, and times for couples to focus on each other.

Marriage Conferences and Seminars

Special marriage enrichment programs held at SCC on a Friday night or Friday-Saturday in the winter or spring every other year.