Sermons / Media


Pastor John used 2 Corinthians 5:17-20 to discuss how God desires reconciliation in our lives. We must be reconciled to God and to others, and this is possible only through Jesus.


Pastor John used 2 Corinthians 5:17-20 to discuss how God desires reconciliation in our lives. We must be reconciled to God and to others, and this is possible only through Jesus.

See You At The Pole was a great success this year. Our high and jr. high youth group led the way in standing up for God in their schools. Take a look at our recap video!

This is a video we made for our Good Friday service. We asked people what comes to mind when they thought of Jesus on the cross. The video played in the middle of the song “Aftermath” by Hillsong.

Mini Churches are great ways to connect with people at SMCC. They meet on Wednesday evenings in several different homes in the area. Hear some testimonials on how Mini Church has changed the lives of our congregants.

Last weekend, S.H.O.C.K. and Ph.D took at trip to San Antonio for Teen Mania’s annual Acquire the Fire conference. The topic of the weekend was “Collision,” and we definitely collided with the Spirit of God! This was probably the most powerful weekend in the presence of God I’ve had in a while, even as a leader. The conference covered hot topics like sex, failure, and relationships through multimedia and a very well-performed drama that spanned the entirety of the weekend.

I think the most memorable part of the weekend was the Saturday night worship session. It lasted about a half hour longer than expected because students throughout Freeman Coliseum were crying out desperately for God’s touch. All around me I felt and heard young adults screaming out to God with their hands raised and hearts open. It was powerful, to say the least.

Here’s what’s coming up at SMCC.

  1. Holy Week. Holy week starts with Palm Sunday, which is on Sunday, April 17, so get ready to hold on to some greenery while you listen to the sermon. Palm Sunday always falls on the Sunday before Easter, and it is a celebration of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem in the days before his Passion. It is also called Passion Sunday. This begins a time where we are prepare our hearts on Jesus coming deeper into our lives.
  2. Baptism Class. On Monday, April 18, we will be holding a Baptism Class at the church building from 7-8pm. If you are even considering getting water baptized on Easter Sunday, please attend. We will soon be having sign-ups for Easter Sunday baptisms.
  3. Good Friday Service. We will be having a Good Friday service on…Good Friday! It will begin at 7pm at the church building as we gather to remember Jesus’ Passion.
  4. Easter Sunday Service. Celebrating the resurrection of Jesus makes Easter Sunday a very special occasion, but one thing that makes Easter Sunday at SMCC so awesome is that we end the service with water baptisms. If you’ve never been here to see them, it is truly an amazing and heartfelt day as people publicly show their devotion to Christ. If you’re still wondering where to go on Easter Sunday, we would love to see you here at 10am!