First Impressions MinistriesWelcome to SCC! Since we know it’s not easy being in a new place, so we want to do everything we can to help you. It’s about people, ordinary folks just like you who want to help you feel at home and get connected.
Pull into the parking lot and one of our friendly Parking Crew members will give you a wave, and if you need help finding a spot, they’ll direct you. Feel free to ask them questions about where to go next. If it’s raining, and you forgot an umbrella, they’ll provide one to walk to the lobby.
Head for the lobby and someone will probably say hello. Our greeters are friendly without being overbearing. Grab a fresh cup of coffee, and make your way over to the Welcome Center.
Welcome and Information Center
A friendly staff member will greet you and provide a guest information packet with facility map and other things you’ll need to know. If you have children, the Welcome Center staff will direct you to the Children’s ministry counters where you can check in the kids for All-Stars (preschoolers) and Kid Quest (gradeschoolers).
As you enter the auditorium, one of our ushers will provide you with a bulletin and help you find a seat, or you can seat yourself if you prefer.
Please take time to fill out a Communication card. We’re glad you came and would love to know you’ve visited SCC. We’d also be happy to pray for you. In fact, if there’s anything you’d like us to pray for just write it on the back of the Communication card in the space provided. There are also places to check for more information or needs you may have. Drop the card in the offering basket when it comes by and you’re done!
And by the way, when you first visit, don’t feel any obligation to put money in the offering. As our guest, we’d rather that today you simply participate in the worship.
Finally, someday you may become part of SCC and would like to help others feel welcome. Our First Impression team is always glad to add new friends. If that sounds like you, contact Pastor Gordon Everett and he’ll get you in touch with the right leader.
Email Gordon at email@example.com.