Here are the ministries we provide to help adults achieve those goals.
To get involved, or for more information on any of these ministries, please click on the links below or contact the SCC office. We’d be glad to connect with you!
Our 2019 Lenten adult Sunday School class is “The Prophets,” taught by Dr. Jeffrey Keuss, professor of Christian Ministry, Theology, and Culture at Seattle Pacific University.
During our season of Lent, we will journey with Old Testament prophets to wait and to learn how to live a prophetic life. We will take stock of the various books of the major and minor prophets, as well as the life of Jesus, to build confidence in the God of the Scriptures who still speaks to us today.
September through May, adults of all ages meet at 9:00am for a variety of educational opportunities, including participatory Bible studies, guest lecturers, and elective classes that cover a wide range of topics. Recent topics have included the life of Abraham; C.S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters; how to hear and discern God’s voice; and racial reconciliation. Nursery care and Sunday school are available for children and youth during this time period as well.
For more information, or for locations for studies not meeting at church, please contact the office.
Women’s Evening Bible Study – Monday nights at 6:45pm, all ages; one meeting in Shoreline, currently studying Eugene Peterson’s book Run With the Horses: The Quest for Life at its Best; and one meeting in Edmonds, currently studying Priscilla Shirer’s book The Armor of God
Women’s Daytime Bible Study – Tuesday mornings at 10:00am, all ages, meeting at church; currently studying the book of Nehemiah
Men’s Evening Bible Study – Monday nights at 6:45pm, all ages, meeting at church; currently studying C.S. Lewis’s book Mere Christianity
Inductive Scripture Study – Wednesday nights at 6:30pm, everybody welcome; dinner, followed by an inductive Bible study
Young Adults’ Bible Study – Tuesday nights at 7pm, college-early 30’s, meeting in Mountlake Terrace; currently reading Ian Cron’s The Road Back to You and exploring how our Enneagram personality styles relate to our identity in and walk with Christ and our life in the church
In our local community we support, and volunteer with, Hopelink, Jacob’s Well, Ronald Commons, Mary’s Place, Urban Impact, Elizabeth Gregory Home, Echo Lake Elementary School, Gideons, and jail ministry. Nationally and internationally we support 18 ministries and missionaries from places ranging from Los Angeles and Alaska, to Southeast Asia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Middle East.
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Care Ministry provides an opportunity for us to serve one another, by helping to fill urgent or emergency needs of those within our church body.
Celebration Ministry honors women as they enter into marriage or motherhood.
Fellowship Ministry helps women connect and build relationships, with each other and our community, and Open Door Ministry seeks to welcome newcomers and create a sense of belonging for all of the women of our church.
Missions Ministry provides opportunities to meet with our women missionaries and connects us to our missionaries in the field.
Quilt Ministry provides an opportunity for women to make quilts for people who are transitioning from being homeless or facing a special challenge; for graduating high schoolers in the church; for fundraising auctions; and more. Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 9:30am-12pm. All skill levels welcome!
The goal of Men’s Ministry is to connect men of Shoreline Covenant with their Lord and one another. Through Bible studies, disciple groups, and special events we seek to support and nurture each other in our faith-walk in Christ.
Monday Men’s Fellowship meets on Monday mornings at church, 8–10am, for coffee and fellowship; all ages welcome, just show up!
Thursday Morning Men’s Group meets Thursday mornings at Family Pancake House in Edmonds, 8am; breakfast and a more intentional time of sharing and prayer; all ages welcome, please RSVP to the office if you are a newcomer planning to come, so we can make sure to save a seat at the table for you!
Hope for Hurting Parents
If you have a teen or young adult who is making destructive choices, if you feel discouraged and hopeless, you are not alone! This weekly group provides opportunities for mutual support and encouragement, as well as discussion of topics including: grief and loss – enabling – guilt – fear – anger – resentment – letting go of expectations – how to wait – powerlessness – control – guarding your marriage – and more…
Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm (***Please note: group is now meeting off-site; if you are interested in joining, contact Jennifer Summa at the email address below.***)
Contact: Jennifer Summa, group facilitator, and email@example.com