Hurricane Precautions

We’re Floridians. You know the drill. It’s hurricane season. As of this morning, the path of Hurricane Isaias continues to hug the coast of Florida, bringing the potential for tropical-storm-force winds to our area later Sunday afternoon. We are not canceling services, but encourage you to check the weather before venturing out. Of course, we are grateful to have a livestream option as well.
Join us on campus or tune in, Sunday, 10am, on our Youtube Channel or Facebook Page


Join Us For Worship!

In the presence of Jesus, all of the labels that separate us dissolve into a tapestry of human experiences, woven together by divine purpose. We look forward to the declaration of Scripture that, one day, we will all stand in his presence, in joyous recognition that he has overcome all sin, misguided notions, open hostility, tragedies, and disasters.  There’s something powerful that happens when we lift our voices in unison, as an expression of worship and devotion to “the Risen King.”

5 … have the same mindset as Christ Jesus: Read more…



Tell Us About Yourself

We’re so glad you’re here today!
We’d like to know a little bit about you, so that we can follow up and help you connect here at Safeharbor.
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You can also text “SafeharborCheckin” to 94000 at any time.

Now sit back and soak up God’s grace that Jesus came to bring for all of us!



HOPE JOURNAL

If you’ve joined us in-person you should have received a “hope journal” on the way in.
If you’re watching from home we’d like you to find a notebook to use as a “hope journal” over the next few weeks.
What is a “hope journal”? In 1Peter 3:15, Peter instructs his readers to be prepared to give an answer for the reason of our hope within. Preacher Mike Frost, comments on this passage, saying that we ought to live “questionable lives”–lives that cause people to ask questions. But when they do ask questions, how do we respond? What is the reason for our hope?
In the New Testament, hope most often Read more…


Congregational Meeting

2020 has been a year of challenges (insert favorite 2020 meme here). Yet, we can testify to God’s goodness and provision at every turn. In fact, while giving has consistently been below-budget since the beginning of the COVID shutdown, we’ve been careful about spending, and we’re pleased to share that we’ve barely had to tap into any reserves up to this point.
However, there is a significant financial need on the horizon. You may remember the hailstorm that came through our area this past June. It did some damage to cars and roofs in our surrounding neighborhoods. After assessing the damage, Read more…


August Nights

With prayerful consideration, we have decided to cancel our August Nights gatherings. While many of us were looking forward to this special time together, given the current circumstances around coronavirus and out of respect for each family’s individual choices, we feel it best to postpone this community event indefinitely. We are adjusting our approach and will communicate updates as we develop new plans for connection with our church family.

For now, we encourage you to reach out to someone from Safeharbor that you haven’t talked to in a while. Go ahead. Call them today! And don’t forget about about the Beach Baptisms & Picnic on August 23rd.



Beyond Sunday with Pastor Dan

Pastor Dan always has more to say! Join him on our Facebook page, Tuesday mornings at 9am for biblical background notes, stories, deeper dives, word studies, practical application, mental shifts, clarifications, and anything else that didn’t make the cut. But mainly he’ll be talking about how to live out the stuff we heard on Sunday.
Grab a cup of coffee, Read more…



Beach Baptism & Picnic

Join us Sunday August 23rd for Beach Baptism & Picnic! A family style picnic with food and fellowship will be followed by a baptism on the beach. Meet us at Bethune Beach to enjoy a slice of summer and celebration with our church family.
 
Do you want to be baptized? If you’d like to publicly commit your life to Jesus this summer, we’d love to hear from you. There will be an informational gathering on August 16th following service.You can reach out to (INSERT CONTACT) for more information.


Guess The #SocksOfSafeharbor

Can you guess which dads are wearing these socks?
 


FATHERS DAY AT SAFEHARBOR

We think that the fathers who attend Safeharbor are pretty great dads! None of them are perfect, but all of them have made a choice to humbly participate in a church community as followers of Jesus, and we think that makes them pretty good role-models. The Dads at Safeharbor “knock our socks off.”
Join us Sunday for Fathers Day at Safeharbor! Our guest speaker, Scott Cain, retired pastor of Eau Galie Christian Church and chaplain Read more…


Virtual Baby Bottle Campaign

We are at the end (June 21st) of our Virtual Baby Bottle campaign for the Sanford & Oviedo Pregnancy Centers. This fundraiser helps provide financial support for a ministry partner that exists to unleash the Gospel. Well, due to COVID-19, this year is a little different. This year our baby bottles are virtual! Visit www.safeharbor-church.org/bottles to fill up a bottle and share it with your friends on social media.Our goal is $1,000, Read more…


NIGHT OF PRAYER FOR RACIAL HEALING

Join us at Safeharbor this Wednesday, June 17th, 6:30-8:30pm for an evening of prayer for racial healing around the world, with our partners in ministry from Rejoice Christian Church & Rivers of Living Waters Ministries.
Dinner will be provided by Chick-Fil-A, and served in pre-boxed packages, to ensure food safety and limit points of contact.


Graduation Sunday

Sunday June 7th, we are recognizing and celebrating our High School graduates. We are very proud of you and excited for what God has for you in this new season of your lives. As the Apostle Paul wrote, our prayer is that “as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving” (Col. 2:6-7). Congratulations class of 2020! 
Don’t miss a special Grad Sunday message from Samson Olanrewaju, who will Read more…


Re-Opening Changes

The Safeharbor Campus will open, Sunday, May 24th, 10am, with limited capacity.
Our facilities have been thoroughly sanitized on a weekly basis, and will be specially prepared for those in attendance this weekend. Stay up-to-date with our reopening plans at www.safeharbor-church.org/reopen. We could use a few extra hands to help sanitize our building after the service. If you’re interested in helping, let a greeter know.


Current Message Series

This Sunday, Pastor Dan continues our “Now What?” series, as we continue to explore the book of Acts and answer the question, “What does it mean to be the church?” This weekend we’ll take a look at the events from Acts 6:8:-9:21, where things begin to take a turn for the worse at the Church in Jerusalem. But, could it be possible, that the extreme pressure that these first believers felt, was actually used by God to spread the good news about Jesus all over the world?  If so, perhaps Jesus’ vision for the church looks more like a mobilized church on the go, than a retreat-center for believers.  As, we’ve seen these past 4 weeks, a gospel-centered community, requires a different kind of commitment than casual church.


Online Family Ministry

Join miss Jennie and the Turtle-Bay crew on our Facebook page, Sundays at 9:30am
Join Pastor Franklin & The So-N-So Show, Sundays, 11am.


Virtual Baby Bottles

Every May & June, Safeharbor participates in the Sanford & Oviedo Pregnancy Centers Baby Bottle Campaign. This fundraiser helps provide financial support for a ministry partner that exists to unleash the Gospel. Well, due to Coronavirus, this year is a little different. This year our baby bottles are virtual! Visit www.safeharbor-church.org/bottles to fill up a bottle and share it with your friends on social media. Read more…


Safeharbor Students

For the time being, our Student Ministry has put a pause on in-person gatherings and has sought to foster connection through online platforms. As a ministry, we are looking forward to the time when we can begin meeting again in-person, but
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Lake Aurora Summer Camp

Summer is here, but COVID has changed our plans. While some summer camp dates have been canceled, Lake Aurora will continue the summer camp programs, with limited capacity and additional precautions.  All camp tuition is fully refundable, or can be applied to next year, should a week of camp be canceled due to Coronavirus. Weeks fill up quickly so be sure to reserve your spot as soon as possible.
If interested in discounts and scholarships, contact Pastor Jeff. Read more…


Giving At Safeharbor

Give online at www.safeharbor-church.org/give or download the Church Center App.
At Safeharbor we want to live generously as an expression of our growing faith in the gospel. Generosity is about the way we freely and wisely give what God has graciously given to us–our time, influence, energy, wealth, and abilities. One big way to practice generosity is by giving consistently and sacrificially to the church family in which you participate.
We believe that Read more…