Current meeting times
Sundays: Bible Classes for all ages: 9:45am – 10:15am
Wednesdays: 7:00pm – 8:00pm
A Change in Meeting Times!
On February 7, classes will return to the 9:30am start time. We have all children’s Bible Classes – from cradle roll to High School and College. The combined adult class will meet in the auditorium. Worship service remains at 10:30am. There are three locations for gathering to worship:
The Auditorium – where wearing masks will still be required (except for communion).
The Fellowship Hall – where wearing masks will be required (except for communion). This provides for a lower density of people, thus a lower exposure threat.
***Masks are required at all times in the building (except for Communion and those leading within the Worship Service).
Starting February 10
Wednesday Night Bible Classes: 7:00pm
Go directly to the class. There will be NO devotional on Wednesday for the time being.
Children’s classes – from cradle roll through High School
The Youth Group and the College/Young Adults class will meet in their respective rooms.
The combined adult class will meet in the auditorium.
Click here to view the latest edition of The Reminder, a bulletin published by Southgate.
Live Streaming Service
Sunday morning Worship and Wednesday Evening Classes are streamed live for the convenience of those who cannot congregate because of the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19. The two buttons below access the live stream. You may choose the one most appropriate for you. The streams are identical, however they may appear different because of factors beyond our control. The live stream is active about 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of the service (Sunday – 9:45 (9:30 as of FEB 7) & 10:30am; Wednesday – 7pm).
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Click here to view videos of past Sunday Morning Services.
Click here to view videos of our Sunday Morning Bible Class.
Click here to view videos of our Wednesday Evening Bible Class.
If you would like to make your contribution online, please click the “Give Online” button. Click here for an article on this process by Kurt Chunn.