In addition to 10:00 a.m. Sunday worship services (childcare available), Skidaway Community Church celebrates seasons in the annual Christian calendar and traditional family events including Baptisms, Weddings, Memorials/Funerals and Interments in the Memory Garden/Columbarium.
FLOWERING OF THE CROSS
As a caring church family, we encourage participation in the life of SCC in ways that are meaningful to each and comfortably fit into various life stages.
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Expect Skidaway Community Church members to extend welcoming hands and hearts to all who wish to share our journey of faith.
Expect to be warmly greeted, embraced by a new family of faith and refreshed by God’s teachings.
Expect worship services to incorporate state-of-the-art digitally enhanced visual and audio capabilities.
Expect diverse musical offerings from soloists, the chancel choir, bellringers and talented guest musicians to enhance your worship experience while filling the soaring spaces of our acoustically-prized sanctuary.
Expect periodic chancel dramas to inform our individual and collective quests to Reflect the Face of Jesus to World.
Expect to be nourished and comforted in God’s presence.
From a year-long 40th Anniversary Celebration to Sunday Coffee Hours following services to New Member Receptions to Women’s Circles and Men’s Bible Studies to all-congregation Let’s Meet gatherings to Take Me Out To The Ballpark excursions to baking Susan’s Muffins to firing up the cookers for the Billy Foster Annual Picnic to Decking the Halls in December, SCC strives to build and deepen relationships among our church family.
Our Caring Committee invites you to learn more about these and other SCC playful and enriching activities!
40th ANNIVERSARY DINNER
Formal and informal learning opportunities populate Skidaway Community Church’s year-round calendar. In addition to Mens/Womens Bible Studies, SCC offers a Fall program and Lenten series.
The mission of the Skidaway Community Preschool is to provide early childhood learning in a Christian environment.
Serving families since 1986, our classes are conducted in a warm environment that fosters learning and creative expression. In our program your child will learn through play and exploration with an extensive variety of early childhood toys and materials. This gives the children the hands on experience they will need to expand their minds and develop their motor skills.
The children are involved in activities that help develop in emotional, intellectual, spiritual, physical and social growth. Classroom tasks are child-centered, hands on activities as well as teacher-led school readiness curriculum. The children have plenty of time to explore classroom centers at their own pace. The children also spend time in group situations at circle time, story time, singing, science experiments, and cooking.
Preschool classes are offered for two, three or five days per week to children ages two through four by September 1 of the school year. The preschool hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Our Mother’s Morning Out program is designed for our walking one year old children.
Small class sizes and teacher/student ratio help to provide a loving and nurturing environment. Our teachers get to know our students and their families. Even the most reluctant children tend to feel at ease quickly.
You are welcome to come by and visit our preschool. For more information, please call our Director, Amie Nixon, at 598-0151 x 1106.
Since 1989 when SCC chartered Boy Scout Troop #57, scouting has been integral to our youth programming. In addition to dedicating meeting and activity spaces, members have led and guided literally hundreds of Island youth to develop skills and values based on ‘service to others’. Over these years, Troop #57 has produced a record-setting seventy-six Eagle Scouts and consistently been recognized as one of the best troops in the 10-county Coastal Empire Council.
More recently, when Girl Scouts organized Island Brownie Troop #30206, SCC again extended its meeting and activities spaces.
See SCC’s 2021 Annual Report under the Archives tab for comprehensive information and consult the Church’s monthly calendar located under the News tab.
ISLAND BROWNIE TROUP #30206
QUILTS OF VALOR
Skidaway Community Church generously supports diverse and compelling opportunities to serve locally, nationally and internationally. Of particular note:
To access SCC’s most recent listing of local, regional and international missions, view the 2021 Annual Report in Archives. To review a more complete listing, click the Community Collaborations link.