Updated announcements, service changes and events coming up! — We can’t wait to see everyone back tonight for Prayer Service and then Sunday morning! If you or someone you know needs help with cleanup post-Hurricane Irma please contact the church office at (813) 689-6049.
So far the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering stands at $3,538.83. Our goal is $4,000 and the drive will continue through April. 100% of the gifts go to support NAM (North American Missions) and more than 5,000 missionaries who are pushing back lostness and planting Churches in North America. Please be in prayer for what God would have you give.
‘The Gospel’: Join us Sunday evening on March 20th as our choir presents their Easter Cantata ‘The Gospel’. Service begins at 6:00pm and we encourage you to invite your friends and family out.
Children’s Easter Egg Hunt: Saturday March 26th will be our annual Children’s Easter Egg Hunt here at Southside. Open to kids of all ages. Easter Egg Hunt, Crafts, Snacks and much more. For more information on this event contact Pastor Ricky Holder by emailing him email@example.com
Sonrise Service: Sunday morning join us for our annual Sonrise Service in the atrium. Service begins at 7am. Breakfast (served by our youth) will follow along with regular services (11:00am/6:00pm) For more information contact the church office.
Good Friday Bible Study: Join us from 6:30pm-12:00am for our Good Friday Bible Study taught IMB president David Platt (via recorded video)
Use #EasterAtSouthside on social media and tag us @sbcbrandonfl
Sunday Feb 7th join us as we welcome guest speaker Scott Gillis from Creation Ministries International. He will be speaking during Sunday School and then during the 8:30 and 11:00 services. Invite your friends, you don’t want to miss this!
for more on Creation Ministries International visit their website by clicking here.
Join us Wednesday, November 25, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. for our church-wide Thanksgiving dinner in the atrium. Read more
What in the world is 5-5-50? It’s a vision Pastor Chad shared with the church in early October to 1) reach our neighbors, and 2) Read more