Our vision for Sunday mornings is that everyone who attends would have an “encounter with grace.” Whether your serving others or hearing the good news about Jesus for the first time, we hope you experience the grace of God all around us.

Below you’ll find information about things happening at Safeharbor over the next few weeks.

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Join Us For Worship!

Join us Sunday as we gather to worship our living Savior in song and in the word that will be brought by Buzz Lee.

Join us on campus or Tune in, Sunday, 10am, on our Youtube Channel or Facebook Page

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.
Click here to share your contact info.

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!

Christmas Eve Service

The first Christmas was socially distanced the infant Jesus, Mary and Joseph with only a short visit from some local shepherds. Come worship the birth of our Savior as we practice social distancing or worship from home. Our Christmas Eve worship will be begin at 6:00 pm and scheduled to appear on our Facebook and YouTube pages on December 24.  Have a few candles to join in from home as we light candles in the sanctuary.

2020 Annual Church Business Meeting

Save the Date! Our annual church business meeting is Sunday, December 13th at 12 pm. Please plan to join us! Every member of this church is a voting member and at the business meeting you’ll vote on the new elders, take a vote on the proposed budget for next year, and celebrate some of the great stuff God did in a very hard year.

Christmas Decoration Setup

Safeharbor family please join in to set up Christmas decorations on the church campus. This we are doing a pared down Christmas to focus more on the reason for the season. Decorating will begin at 6 pm to 7:30 pm so bring some goodies to share (hot chocolate, apple cider, etc.) as we join together to prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior.

Youth Group

Sunday November 22nd¸ youth group will meet in-person at our normal time of 6:30pm-8:00pm at Safeharbor. Despite our society still being impacted by Covid-19, pastoral leadership has decided to move forward with in-person gatherings with the following precautions:

  • Leaders and students are required to wear masks while inside the church building.
  • Social distancing will be encouraged
  • Regular snack will not be offered to students until further notice
  • Regular washing/sanitizing of hands will be encouraged
  • Any semi-physical game will be played outside (kickball, spud, throwing ball, etc.)

We cannot emphasize enough that pastoral leadership 100% supports parent/guardian decision regarding their student(s) involvement in these gatherings. Also, I would like to thank all of you for the continual support and understanding during these last 6 months, as leadership has sought the LORD for guidance and wisdom regarding student ministry. Looking forward to our future in ministry

As always, if you’d like to connect with our Next Gen Pastor for some encouragement and direction, send him an email at jeff@safeharbor-church.org

COVID Precautions

In keeping with guidelines from our local leaders, masks are required as you enter the building. You may remove your mask as you take your seat, so long as social distancing is observed.
If you’re not able to join us in-person, we’d love for you to tune in live!. Visit www.safeharbor-church.org/live

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.
Last week we gave….