Part of our Vision is to become a community center through the spirit-driven outreach provided by our open, caring, and active church membership. To help live this Vision, we become a community center by allowing groups to utilize our church as well as by having activities such...Read More
SouthPark Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is an open, friendly, and caring church fellowship, founded in 1969 with 128 charter members. We are a church home for a wide range of age groups who participate in worship, fellowship, and activities for all. We have a “dynamic...Read More
The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), while founded on American soil in the early 1800s, is uniquely equipped to live up to its identity that it is a “movement for wholeness in a fragmented world.” The denomination was born in the 1800s, and continues to be...Read More
In opinion, liberty; in essentials, unity; in all things, charity
The SPCC Community Garden team harvested and delivered 45 lbs. of sweet potatoes to Friendship Trays last week and sorted out about 15 pounds worth for the Soul Kitchen, too! This brings our contribution to Friendship Trays for the year to over 100 pounds of produce! It’s been a fun year! Contact any of us (Carol, Peter, Jim, Betty, Rene, Cathy, Dave, Ed, Alicia – Is that everyone?) if you’re interested in being a part of the Garden this fall or next year.
Due to the inclement weather we are expecting this weekend, the CAMEO Team decided for the safety of everyone to postpone the cookout that was scheduled for this Sunday, October 4th. The cookout will now be held next Sunday, October 11th, immediately following worship. We checked and the Panthers game starts at 5:00pm on Sunday, October 11th. The church will provide the buns for hamburgers and hot dogs as well as condiments, salad, salad dressing, Ice Tea and water. Please bring your own meats for grilling and come ready for fun!!
Our Sunday morning classes/groups have started back and it’s a great time to join one if you haven’t already. Each Sunday, we gather for coffee around 9:45am, hear the scripture read aloud, and then break into smaller groups to discuss, learn, and reflect.
Children’s class – led by Tanya
Elementary school age children and younger meet with Ms. Tanya to learn and experience the Bible through storytelling, art, and play.
The Youth Group– led by Rene
Middle school through high school age students meet to discuss the meaning of the story in Biblical times as well as discuss how the Bible story applies to their daily lives.
Disciples’ class – led by Susan and Mike
Adults will study the Bible together and have friendly discussions to gain a deeper understanding of God’s word.
Seekers’ class – led by Ed
Adults will discuss ways in which the Bible relates to family, friends, and work.
The Forum- led by Bob
Adults will share discussion to help deepen their understanding of God’s word.
I feel privileged and honored to have been called to serve SouthPark Christian Church as Interim Pastor. When Kevin, Brayden, and I started attending SouthPark almost a year ago, we obviously had no idea that I would become the Interim Pastor less than a year later. But God works in mysterious ways. It is mind boggling and awe-inspiring.
As I get settled in this new role, and as we all begin our work together, I want you all to know that I strongly believe in the open door policy. Please never hesitate to come and speak with me at the office, or call and request that I meet you somewhere. My office hours will be Tuesday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm. Of course during those hours I will also be visiting our homebound parishioners, doing hospital visitation, as well as other ministerial duties that can take me away from the church office.
A brief biography: I was born and raised in Seattle, WA. I was raised in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. I lived for several years in Wiesbaden Germany, and for 6 months in Auckland New Zealand. I graduated from Andover Newton Theological School in 2013 with a Masters of Divinity, and was ordained at Hope Central Church (DoC and UCC) in Jamaica Plain, MA. It was at Andover Newton that I met Kevin, also a graduate of Andover Newton Theological School. Kevin is also an ordained Disciples of Christ Minister. We married in 2010 and have one son, Brayden who just started Kindergarten this Fall. I completed a Clinical Pastoral Education Internship for Hospital Chaplaincy as well as a First Year Residency of CPE at Duke University Medical Center with an emphasis on Palliative Care. In addition, I just completed a Second Year Research Fellowship at Carolinas Medical Center where I established the Spiritual Care Department at The Levine Cancer Institute.
I am very excited about embarking on this ministry with each of you, and I look forward to seeing what God has in store for us at SouthPark Christian Church.
This Sunday, September 13 is our Fall kickoff!! We’ll have breakfast provided by the SPCC men at 9:45am followed by an inter-generational Discipleship Hour in our Fellowship Hall. We’ll let you know about the different classes and groups you can join for the Fall and hear a short message from Bruce.
Worship begins in the Sanctuary at 11:00am! Hope to see you there!