Important Message From Pastor Tim Suddreth
We are excited to continue our process of re-opening here at Suncoast. Our Sunday morning services are still available online and now in-person (with proper social distancing guidelines) weekly at 10:30am. We will begin our next phase of re-opening by adding our Sunday School Small Groups (9:15am), Kids Ministries (10:30am) and Young Adults (6:30pm) services starting Sunday, June 7th. Our midweek services will return on Wednesday, June 10that 7pm, including our adult service in the Chapel, our nursery (downstairs) and kids groups (upstairs), as well as our Crimson Youth group (Room 202). If you have a compromised immune system or are not ready to return we will continue to livestream our services. There is no pressure to return if you are not ready. Please be sure to check out our Facebook and Instagram for future updates (search: mysuncoastchurch). We are excited to worship and connect with you soon!
We are thrilled that so many of you tuned into our livestreamed services! We know that the church has never been about a building, but has always been about the people that live as the hands and feet of Jesus. We will continue to livestream both our Wednesday and Sunday services until the mandated requirements have been lifted. We are so thankful to be able to continue to connect with you this way. We have made some adjustments to improve your online experience.
Please be sure to keep checking our website and our social media (Facebook & Instagram) to stay up to date on all our events, as many have been postponed. Another great way to stay connected is through our text/phone messages. If you are not receiving texts from the church and would like to, give us a call at 727-522-2171 or message us to sign up.
We will continue to lift you up in prayer and we pray that you will also continue to reach out and connect (just maybe not physically😊) with those in your circle of influence. We can all use a little connection right now. Be Blessed!!!
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Though it has been the heart and mindset of the pastoral staff and church leadership to meet for our typical Wednesday evening worship for tonight, we feel it is in the best interest of our church family and community to transition to an online format. Out of the heart and spirit of maintaining health considerations for you and your family, we have decided to forgo our public gathering this evening (3/18/20). We appreciate your understanding and support with this decision.
In moving forward, our leadership will be reaching out to department leaders and volunteers with creative plans they are putting in place to maintain strong relationships and care with those under their ministries. Again, please continue to stay connected with us by following both the Suncoast website and our Facebook page for future communications. We look forward to worshiping with you through Livestream for our Sunday (10:30am) and Wednesday (7pm) services.
Now more than ever, we’re reminded that the church isn’t about the building. It’s about people gathering to worship God who is faithful, in control, and with us wherever we are. We are praying that God will fill each member of the Suncoast family with great faith, and give us the opportunity to share hope and kindness with people when they are most in need. Though we are unable to gather locally we pray that you’ll continue to be a light and reach out to those in our church family and our community.
In an effort to comply with local government mandates limiting collective gatherings of groups of 50 or more, our Suncoast Cathedral Sunday morning services and other weekly gatherings that exceed that number are temporarily postponed until further notice. While we will not be physically gathering for live Sunday services in consideration of the public health concerns related to COVID-19, we are blessed to still be able to connect and worship together live online for Sunday morning service at 10:30am.
Here are the primary ways to connect with us:
• LIVESTREAM: https://livestream.com/suncoastvideo
• Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/mysuncoastchurch/
We will meet this Wednesday, 3/18/20 for mid-week gatherings at 7pm as they are within local mandates numerically.
As Pastor, I am aware that many of you are concerned about the current Corona Virus (COVID-19) and its potential affects within our community, and want to assure you that WE ARE DILIGENT TO DO OUR PART! We want to let you know we’ve taken many precautions to enhance your safety when you worship with us. We are cleaning and sanitizing the building to the highest standard possible. As people of faith, I want to encourage you to not let fear keep you from living and loving God in community.
WE WANT TO CHALLENGE YOU TO DO YOUR PART! Suncoast is definitely a hand shaking and neck hugging church. However, for now let’s greet each other with kind words and exhortations. God has not given us a spirit of fear, but he has given us wisdom. If you believe that you or your child is sick and/or have a vulnerable immune system, please stay home and watch the service through livestream. Click here for our livestream page!
WE ARE ENCOURAGED TO KNOW THAT GOD WILL DO HIS PART! We believe God can bring His PEACE and calm in every storm! God is good, He’s in control and He is for us! “Therefore, I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body… Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? Can anyone of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?” Matthew 6:25-27 NIV
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