Ministries & MORE


  • Tuesday BIBLE STUDY

    Genesis & Revelation, the start & restart of the human story

    Tuesdays, February 12 – April 2, 6:00 pm Community Room

    Led Rev. Dr. Tom Erickson. He says,"The aim of the course is to explore the comparisons between the beginning and ending chapters of our Bible, and to dig deeper into the significance of the two creation stories in Genesis, and the final victory of the Lord Jesus as portrayed in his revelation to St. John.A sample of the questions we'll deal with:

    • Has the theory of evolution discredited Genesis? 
    • According to Genesis, God created light before God created the sun, moon and stars. Since all the light in the universe is generated by stars, where did that initial light come from? 
    • Since Eve was created after Adam, is woman therefore inferior? A mere afterthought? 
    • According to Revelation, we aren't going to live in heaven. Really?

  • TRANFORMATIONAL JOURNEY: India, November 2019!

    Info meeting is Sunday, February 17, 10:30 am, Church lounge

    SMCC has a long history of sending members and staff to represent the church in mission around the world. Why are trips important?

    • To strengthen relationships with mission partners  
    • To learn in a way only immersion teaches  
    • To deepen participants’ faith with a transformational experience  
    • To witness God’s work in a different culture and a different language

    This coming year, a group will go to India. In every rural village in India, there are children who get left behind. That’s when Covenant Children’s Homes steps in. CCH selects well-established church communities and places five to ten orphaned or abandoned local children in the church to be raised by the pastor, his family, and the larger church community. The purpose of a visit to Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, India will be to witness God in action – in the growing lives of these children and the growing ministry of Covenant Children’s Homes. Interaction with the children will be of primary importance as they learn English in

    their schooling – basic conversational English is the cornerstone to their professional future. All projects will be alongside and in conjunction with

    indigenous staff and leadership of Covenant Children’s Homes and tailored

    to the strengths and preferences of the GO team.Please consider this bold yet rewarding journey to a land unlike any other.

    The next information meeting will be held Sunday, February 17 at 10:30

    am in Church Lounge.

    For more information, please contact

  • Letters from the courtyard

    Sunday mornings

    Please stop by at the courtyard table and add your name to “Letter from the Courtyard”. The letters are sent to our congregation members and friends who are need of encouragement and a reminder that their church family cares.

  • The eight dimensions of wellness: Physical well-bring

    Sunday, March 17, 10:30 am - noon, Fellowship Hall

    The Wellness Team is excited to introduce a new ministry that focuses on equipping the congregation with practical life tools and applications. It starts with  focus on physical well-being.

    Walking in Lent Group

    Thursdays, March 7 - April 17, Lacy Park

    Led by Penny Hunt

    To Sleep, Perchance to Dream?

    Sunday, March 17: Sleep Issues Affecting the Quality of Your Life

    Fellowship Hall, 10:30 am

    Meet Dr. Martin Hsia, a renowned cognitive therapist and sleep expert. Dr. Hsia presents the latest research on why we need to sleep, how to get a more restful night’s sleep and overcoming sleep problems (onset insomnia, frequent awakening at night, sleep apnea, etc.) You deserve to sleep better! 

  • Emergency Preparedness IN Two Sessions

    Saturday, Feb 23, 10 – 2pm, Fellowship Hall

    Saturday, March 2, 10 – 2pm, Fellowship Hall

    Are you ready for an emergency? You can be. Learn what is needed before, during, and after an emergency. Presented by the San Marino Fire Department.