MINISTRIES

 

Community Life Groups

Community Life Groups meet in homes on a rotating basis, usually twice a month. CLGs share a meal, and fellowship together with mixed age groups. Click here to request more information.

Men’s Ministries

The men meet every third Saturday at 7:30 am at the church for the Men’s Breakfast. Man Up is the third Thursday at 6:30 and is a delicious dinner and a demonstration of a skill such as fishing, small engine repair, etc.  There is also a men’s Bible study on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 at the church.

Women’s Ministries

The goal of SBC Women’s Ministry is to help women know God more and grow in their love for Him and each other. Our desire is for women to love God, love others, and make disciples. We do this by providing Bible studies, encouraging mentorships, discipleship, and spending time with each other. We value each age group and our desire is to try and accommodate the needs of women in each unique season of life. For more information please contact SBC at 503-668-3292.

Youth Group for Jr. & Sr. High Students

Youth group meets on Sunday nights from 6:00-8:00 at the church.

Children’s Ministries

We have many activities for the kids, including Sunday school, preschool, special events, and a special service for children!

Mission Circle

Who Are We?
The SBC Mission Circle is a group of  women – we will gladly welcome any men who are interested! – who love and serve the Lord by making quilts for individuals in our church and community who are going through a change in their lives. Various organizations have also benefited by receiving quilts to support a special cause.
When Do We Meet?
The Mission Circle meets on Wednesday mornings from 9:00-12:00 and from 12:30-3:30 from September through mid- June on the lower level of the church in the sewing room at the bottom of the stairs.
Why Do We Meet?
Each person who comes has a passion for serving the Lord by providing quilts to people in our community or church family who may have a special need or who are celebrating a special event in their lives. We support each other through praying for needs of those in the group, our church, and the community.
What Do We Do?
Each year we try to contribute between 50 and 75 quilts to organizations who are helping others or to individuals in our church community who are celebrating a special event. Quilts have been donated to the following groups or families:

Pregnancy Resource Center in Sandy

Mt. Hood Hospice

Compassion Sandy

Mission for Mexico

InterAct Ministries

Village Kids Program (through Police and Fire Department Chaplain Services)

Weddings and Births in SBC church family

High School Graduates attending SBC

Bereavement or Comfort quilts to SBC families

How You Can Help

1.  Making a financial donation to help cover the cost of batting and quilting.
2.  Joining us to support this mission and to enjoy a creative outlet for yourself
3.  Making a donation of fabric, tools, or thread to be used by the group
4.  Praying for members of the group
Opportunities
If you have never quilted and would like to learn, you may contact the church office to discuss organizing a class for beginning students.