The Church at Shelby Crossings
Thursday, April 24, 2014
A diverse community of believers developing passionate followers of Christ to impact the world.
 
Know Fear Message Series

Join Us This Sunday

You and your family are invited to join us for worship this Sunday at Shelby Crossings. You'll be inspired by uplifting songs of praise to God, and hear practical truth from his word. Our worship service begins at 10 a.m., but why don't you come a little earlier and join us for one of our Life Groups, which meet at 9:00 a.m. in Building C. We'll see you Sunday!

New Life Groups

Sunday, April 6, we will be offering several new 13-week topical classes during our Sunday morning Life Groups at 9:00. Find a Group

Celebration of Baptism

We are planning a celebration of new life in Christ through believer's baptism as part of our worship service on Sunday morning, April 27.  If you are follower of Jesus Christ and have not yet been baptized and would like to be a part of this service, or if you have questions about the belief and practice of baptism, talk to Pastor Kenthis week.

Graduate Recognition

We will be recognizing our high school and college graduates from the Class of 2014 during our worship service at Shelby Crossings on Sunday, May 18.  If you are a graduating high school or college senior (or a parent of one), and would like to take part in the service, please contact youth pastor Dean Shirley or college pastor Brett Roney.

Missions Spotlight: Believer's Bridge

The Church at Shelby Crossings partners with more than a dozen missionaries and ministry organizations, locally and around the world, both from a financial standpoint and through prayer support. In fact, over the past four years, our church has given more than $160,000 toward mission causes to spread the gospel and minister to the needy all over the world, and in our community. This month our spotlight is on the ministry of Believer's Bridge:
 
In Peru and Brazil, seminary - or any Bible training - is not always easy to come by. Believer's Bridge works to equip local spiritual leaders with knowledge of the Bible to better minister to their communities. In addition to Bible institutes in rural villages and the Evangelical Seminary of Apurimac in Peru, they also recently announced they have acquired a K-12 school in Belem, Brazil, called the Amazon Valley Academy.
 
Interested in missions to South America? You can join with Bill and Becky Rowley in Brazil, or Mike and Tammy Riggs, Cayo and Maritza Cardenas, Walter and Ruth Ccoicca, and Miguel and Becky Gomez in Peru.  Visit believersbridge.org to get involved or to support the work of these missionaries.