Our Men’s Ministry emphasizes growing in godly leadership while seeking to learn how to be more effective Men of God in our relationships with our wives, children, co-workers, and neighbors. Social get-togethers, Bible Studies, Prayer groups and other programs help us to meet these goals.
The SPCC Women’s Ministry endeavors to nurture the women of our church and the community as they come to faith. Bible studies, programs and events will inspire your heart, enrich your life and strengthen your relationships—especially your relationship with the Lord. Once you join the church you are automatically a member of the ministry.
At SPCC we recognize the important role music plays in the life of our community of faith. Our choir's purpose is always to glorify God, and to lead the church in worship providing the congregation with a meaningful worship and musical experience. We welcome people who have a love of music and a willingness to commit to an essential and enthusiastic music ministry.
Motivated by Christ's love, the SPCC Food Pantry continues Christ's work by feeding those in need. We strive to foster a caring atmosphere and treat each person with dignity and care about each one as an individual. It is our hope that those who receive food will be strengthened in body and soul.
The role of the usher is a vital ministry in the church. The purpose and function of the Ushers & Greeters Ministry is to meet, greet and seat the worshippers, with a loving smile. They are ministers of hospitality and assist in providing a wonderful service for each member of the church and to guests.
"The Journey" (Children's Church) desires to provide a loving first impression of God's House, and to allow parents to give their full attention to worshipping and serving. We use music, crafts, games, and creative Bible teaching to help kids learn about God.
The dance ministry, Akua Injili, strives to use the talents and gifts God has blessed us with to honor Him. Akua Injili uses several forms of dance as we express our praise to God. Modern, jazz, hip hop, African, and ballet steps can be seen in our movements.