Sunday Bulletin

MAY 20, 2018


Grace meets us where we are but never leaves us where it found us. It’s our hope that you will encounter the grace of God that comes through Jesus today.
PREVIEW OF TODAY’S MESSAGE: You’ve heard it more times than you can count—at funerals, in movies, at church. Psalm 23 paints a famously pastoral picture of our walk with God. Over the next 3 weeks we’ll consider what this ancient song teaches us about the nature of “The Good Shepherd.”
SINGLE SERVICE SUMMER! Summer is here! That means summer vacations, camps, informal get-togethers, and no-school. From June 3rd to August 12th we’ll have just one worship service at 10:00am on Sundays.

8:30a Coffee & Tea, Fellowship Hall
8:45a Turtle Bay check-in begins
9:00a Worship service, Auditorium
10:00a Coffee & tea, Fellowship Hall
10:15a Turtle Bay & Marina check-in
10:30a Worship service, Auditorium
2:00p Spanish service, Auditorium
6:15p Youth & Parents @ Holy Cross
 CONNECTION CARD: We would love to connect with you! Use the perforated card in this bulletin to tell us a little bit about yourself.   Psst, it’s over there  

SNACKS: Coffee, tea, & snacks are available in Fellowship Hall (south wing).

THE DOCK: Located at the main entrance, The Dock is our information station. If you have any questions or are new and looking to connect, stop by The Dock.

COMMUNION: We celebrate The Lord’s Supper weekly. All are welcome to participate & reflect on the grace God gives those who trust in Jesus’ sacrifice.

GIVING: We encourage believers to practice consistent, sacrificial giving. We have a dedicated offering time during our service. To give electronically, simply text the keyword “give” to (407) 710-2322 or visit Want to give as a family? Use the family giving box, located in the foyer.

PRAYER REQUESTS: Prayer counselors are available after our worship services. Our Prayer Request Box  is located at the back of the auditorium.

FAMILY SERVICE: Our 9am service is our Family Service. We value this opportunity for the whole family to worship together. Turtle Bay, located in the north wing of our building, is available for parents to use if needed.

0-5TH GRADE PROGRAMS: During the 10:30am service, group leaders, teachers, and nursery workers all work together to create an engaging & relational environment where children will hear the truth of God’s word.The Marina, for K-5th grade is located in near the coffee in the south wing. Turtle Bay, for 0-5yr olds is located in the north wing.


Pursue Jesus with others in an Intentional Discipling Relationship (IDR). Find more information about these groups at
Su 9:00am…………………Agape (seniors)
Su 12:15pm…………………….Lighthouse
Su 6:00pm…Family Matters (families)
Su 5:30pm…………….Beamers (seniors)
Su 6:15pm……Youth Group (11-18y/o)
Su 5:30pm……………….No Longer Slaves
T 6:30pm..Marthas to Marys (women)
W 6:30pm………………Eat Your Veggies
W 6:30pm…………The Neighborhood
W 7:00pm………………………….Koinonia
W 7:00pm…….The Cove (high school)
W 7:30pm…Young Adults (18-26 y/o)
STUDENT MINSITRY OPEN HOUSE: Tonight, 6:15-8pm @ the Holy Cross Student Ministry Building. All students 6th-12th grade & their parents are invited to hear about summer plans, meet our student ministry staff, and check out our new gathering space at 780 N. Sun Drive, Lake Mary, FL 32746. 


We unleash the Good News of God’s grace with words & actions, by serving in the church, the community, and around the world.

WINSHAPE CAMP: Summer is here!! There is no shortage of summer camp opportunities, but WinShape is a unique camp experience.  WinShape offers great activities, wildly good fun in a safe and secure environment with relevant, interactive messages focused on Christ and your child’s relationship with Him. Scholarships are available today! Stop by the WinShape table, located by The Marina after the service for scholarship and registration information.

 BABY BOTTLE CAMPAIGN: Help the Sanford and Oviedo Crisis Pregnancy Centers by grabbing a bottle and filling it up with spare change you find around the house… as well as cash. Then, bring it back when it is full and grab another if you would like.  Our goal is to raise $1000. The campaign continues until Father’s Day. Every penny helps!  For more info visit

ESOL: We celebrate cultural diversity at Safeharbor. Know anyone who needs to sharpen their English language skills? Invite them to our ESOL classes, Tuesday nights @6:30pm. For more info visit

Last Sundays offering to the General Fund:

Weekly Need for the 2018 Budget: