UPDATE: Stay in the know about COVID-19 and our response. Read more



Join us in person or online!

sunday am rotator


Message from Pastor Ryan

Dear Seacoast,

I am happy to announce that on Sunday, September 20th we are moving back indoors for our Sunday morning gatherings. 

We know the church is not about the building but this is a significant milestone for us as it has been 6 months since we gathered inside as a church family. We believe it is an important aspect of belonging to the body of Christ to meet as a community so I am excited we can provide this next step.

Beginning September 20th we will offer three options to engage on Sunday mornings: Indoors, outdoors, and online. We will continue to offer an online option with our live-streaming as well as an outdoor option on the TV screens for those who wish to continue worshipping outdoors. 

What to expect indoors:

* Rows are spaced six feet apart

* Masks will be required during the singing portion of the service (some do not prefer to wear masks while singing but we will do so for this next step out of love for one another and our community). 

* Sanitizer available at entrances and surfaces will be wiped between services. 

* If you are sick or have been sick please participate in the online option. 

* Kids ministry will continue to meet outdoors

What to expect outdoors:

* Physically distant seating around center doors that are opened to the inside. 

* TV monitors broadcasting the services to improve visibility and to display slides

* Masks not required while seated

For those who are immune-compromised or in an "at-risk" category, we are committed to continuing to provide quality content for the online services and are grateful to have you connecting with us digitally. 

For those who feel safe attending but who have not yet returned, I ask you to consider making your attendance a priority this Sunday as we celebrate moving forward as a church community. We would love to see your face in person!

As always, I am thankful for you and look forward to this next step in the life of our church. 



Ryan & the Seacoast Leadership Team


~ ~ ~

If we can pray with and for you, please reach out. You can find each pastor and staff members’ email address listed here. If you have needs, we want to know about them and do what we can to help. A great way to reach us is info@seacoast-church.org

We believe the church is us, God's people, not a building and not a gathering that only happens on Sunday mornings. We will continue to be the Church as we bring the hope of Jesus to all we encounter. In fact, in moments like these, the Church has an opportunity to shine the light of Jesus brighter than ever before.

So continue joining us by responding in these 3 ways:

  1. We will be faithful in prayer. We will pray that the church would be unified and shine the light of Christ during this dark and difficult time.

  2. We will be faithful in service. Whether it was caring for the sick during plagues, establishing the first hospitals, or caring for orphans, Jesus’ followers have always led with service.

  3. We will be faithful in generosity. When fear and anxiety rule, we tend to turn inward and have a “me first” mentality. Our calling as a church, however, is to be generous in all things. We encourage you to partner with us financially, and let's keep the mission moving.

Click here to Give Online

 To stay in the loop, subscribe to our all-church updates by clicking the link below.


In the meantime, let us be mindful of our neighbors and friends who are vulnerable and check in on their well-being often. Let us be compassionate with those who are filled with fear and anxiety and lend a listening ear and offer a loving prayer.

We look forward to gathering with you soon! 



Join us in-person or online on Sundays and throughout the week!


  • 8:30am (PDT)
  • 10:00am (PDT)



We also have Life Groups & DNA Groups meeting in-person and/or online throughout the week!

Interested in joining an online study?

Reach out to Matt to get connected!



We're excited to continue learning and growing together. Sure life might look a little different during this season, but let's continue coming together to feast on God's grace and goodness to us in Christ! 


We believe the best is yet to come!