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Champions Of Faith Bible Study
TUESDAYS // VIRTUAL & In-Person // 9:30–10:30AM
TUESDAYS // Virtual // 6:30–7:30PM
Pastor Hubert Surratt will lead us through various Scriptures and books of the Bible. Discover how God’s Word applies to your life and enjoy fellowship. For more information, contact Debbie O'Kelly.
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Lunch and Connect
Second Friday Of Month // 11:45–1:00PM // Begins September 10 // $5
Join us for lunch with a different speaker each month. Topics will be announced in our monthly newsletter. For more information, contact Carol Wines.
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At The Café
First Tuesday of the Month // 10:45AM–12:00PM // Seacoast Café

Grab a cup of coffee and join seniors for monthly fellowship. Get to know new friends and catch up with old friends. For more information contact Debbie O’Kelly.
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Seacoast Silver for Active Adults
Tuesdays // 2:00–3:00PM // Studio B
This exercise class helps improve agility, balance, and coordination for daily living by increasing muscular strength and range of motion. Exercise includes the use of a chair and light weights.
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Let's Write Stories!
Wednesdays // 10:00AM–12:00PM // 10 weeks // Begins September 22

Guided by the book Writing Your Legacy, by Richard Campbell, M.Ed and Cheryl Svensson, Ph.D, we'll use legacy themes to help write the stories of our lives. For more information, contact  Teri Surratt or Carol Wines. 
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The Noticer Returns – Book Study
Tuesdays // 3:00-4:00PM // Studio B

Join Marie and Joe Keller for fellowship and a book discussion about The Noticer Returns by Andy Andrews.
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Christmas Social
December 12 // 1:30-3:00PM // Chapel

Mark your calendars for our annual Sunday afternoon lunch with an inspiring message by Pastor Brian Lewis.
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To connect with the Seniors ministry, email CarolWines@seacoast.org

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None of us were meant to go through life alone. Small groups are one of the best ways that people connect and grow in their faith. When we make personal connections with others, even a big church can feel small.

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