Sunday, April 8th
Join us for one of our seven services and don't forget to bring someone with you.
Proctor Road Campus:
7:00am (sunrise), 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am
Lakewood Ranch Campus:
7:00am (sunrise), 9:00am, 10:30am
Good Friday Service at Proctor Road
April 6 at 12:15pm
For more information, click the link below.
Wednesday, April 11th 11:30 - 3:30pm
Lakewood Ranch Campus
Food, Fun and Fellowship!
For more information or to RSVP contact Linda Lafrenz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|A Night on the Titanic|
Friday, April 13th 5:30pm Proctor Road Campus
Cost: $16 per person - includes memorable photo
Join us for an informative presentation from our own Titanic expert, Ken Chamberlain, member of the Titanic Historical Society. Enjoy a night of history and a meal catered by Dutch Heritage. Bring a friend!
Purchase your boarding pass on Sunday mornings at the kiosk/event table or call the church office at 941-922-1449.
Backyard Bible Adventures Meeting
Monday, April 16th 7pm Proctor Road Campus
Find out how to effectively connect to the families in your neighborhood and teach your children how to serve their friends who may be unchurched.
Sunday, April 29th 8am - 12pm Proctor Road Campus
Donate and enter to win a $250 gas gift card.
Sponsored by the Suncoast Communities Blood Bank
Sarasota Baptist Summer Camps
Coming this summer for preschoolers and children!
June 11 - 15 Music and Motion (PRC)
June 18 - 22 Space is the Place (LRC)
June 25 - 29 Vacation Bible Camp *no charge (LRC)
July 9 - 13 The Mighty Jungle (LRC)
July 16 - 20 Music and Motion (LRC)
July 23 - 27 Under the Sea (LRC)
August 6 - 10 Summer Splash (LRC)
Monday - Friday
9am - Noon
Ages 2 - 4: $75 per week
Kindergarten - 5th grade: $50 per week
6th grade: $30 per week
For more information, contact Carrie at 941-552-1304 or email@example.com.
Missionary Moments Prayer Guide
Here's a glimpse into the lives and ministries of 106 International Mission Board (IMB) and North American Mission Board (NAMB) missionaries.
"Keith Wofford doesn't need to travel far to have access to people from around the world. In his adopted home of Kharkov, Ukraine, strudents from more than 90 countries attend the city's 50 schools. To effectively share Christ's love with them, Keith partners with New Hope Church pastor Vitalay Sorokun. The church has an active ministry to international students and sees them as the key to reaching the world. These students and Ukrainian believers began to realize their place in fulfilling the Great Commission through an International Student Day hosted by New Hope Church. Praise God for the youthful zeal and the sensitivity these students possess in reaching others for Christ. Praise God also for the Cooperative Program and Lottie Moon Christmas Offering gifts as they keep Keith at the forefront of this dynamic ministry."