WELCOME

The Sea Cliff Gospel Chapel is a congregation of people who truly care about each other. We are a friendly group devoted to the Word of God and would like to have you and your family join us.
This is a fellowship where you can get to know and love Jesus Christ in a personal way, and a place where you can find purpose and meaning for your life. We are an assembly of Christian Believers seeking to follow the New Testament for worship and practice
We have been meeting in Sea Cliff since 1889.

THE BELIEFS

THE MEETINGS

THE BLUEPRINT

MEETINGS

BREAKING OF BREAD

Every Sunday @ 10:15 am
Open to every believer in the Lord Jesus Christ, Baptized, and in close fellowship with other New Testament patterned churches.

SUNDAY SCHOOL

Every Sunday @ 11:15 am
Sunday School (All Year) age 2 – Grade 12
Children’s Church for grades Pre K-5 @ 10:30-11:15 am on Sundays

FAMILY BIBLE HOUR

Every Sunday @ 11:00
We welcome you to join our Family Bible Hour for a time of singing & teaching from the Scripture.

PRAYER MEETING

Every Thursday @ 7:00 pm

Join us for a time of singing, short devotional, sharing local concerns, missionary reports and prayer

SPECIAL MEETINGS

Adult Sunday School 9:30 am (except July & August)
Small Group Gathering Every  Sunday 6-7:30 pm
Bible Listening– First Sunday 7:30 pm
Hymn Sing – Third Sunday 7: 30 pm
Luncheon – Last Sunday 12:30 pm

Prayer Meeting Thursdays at 8 pm
Elders Meeting 2nd Friday 8 pm
Business Meeting 4th Monday 8 pm
Men’s Meeting 3rd Saturday 8:30-11am
Movie Night 3rd Saturday 6:30 pm
Chess Club Wednesdays 7:30-11pm
Thrift Store Sundays & Wed 1-5pm

Business Meeting, 4th Monday 8 pm
Chapel Luncheon, last Sunday of every month
Chapel Thanksgiving Dinner, Sunday Before Thanksgiving
Ladies Tea, first Saturday on December 10:30am-1pm
Easter Sunrise Service & Breakfast

OUR VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

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FROM THE MISSION FIELD

MAY WE INTRODUCE

November 14th, 2017|0 Comments

Whitney Landis : Serving in Mexico At the age of seven, I sat listening to a missionary speak at our church. I was mesmerized. From that moment on, I knew that God was burdening my heart for cross-cultural work. I was raised in a Christian home, and, convicted of

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