Maybe you’ve been coming to Southeastern for two weeks. Maybe ten years. Either way, perhaps you’re ready to take the next step in terms of personal growth, involvement in ministry, or connection with other believers. How do you get started?
We’ve got five great ways:
- Attend a Welcome Class.
What’s at the heart of Southeastern? Scheduled throughout the year, this class offers a basic intro to Southeastern—our vision and values, as well as an exploration of what it means to be a part of our church family.
- Join a group.
Whether it’s a small group where you connect through Bible study; or a support group where you discover safe community and healing, groups are the places to develop friendships.
- Plug into a ministry team.
Be a part of something bigger than yourself. Use your gifts and experiences to serve others, make a difference, and develop friendships on the team along the way.
- Participate in Pit Stop.
Wednesday evenings typically begin with a hot meal (served for a nominal charge) and life-related Bible classes for children, teens and adults. It’s a more casual opportunity to build relationships, study the Bible and find encouragement and direction for life.
- Spend time with God daily.
“Growing Hearts Toward God” is intended to be more than a cute slogan. Consistent reflection on Jesus, His Word, and
prayer are important elements of spiritual formation.
of what he wants to do in your lives, and we ask
him to make you wise with spiritual wisdom…”
– Colossians 1:9