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  • Phone: 425.868.5186
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  • Mailing Address: 22522 NE Inglewood Hill Rd, Sammamish, WA 98074

 

Adult Ministry

At SPC our hope for all adults is simple. We want to help each other grow more and more in our love for God and each other. Through small groups, classes, or events everything we do is about this discipleship process of becoming more like Christ. Come join us on this journey!

Opportunities for All Adults

Discover Membership

If you are a part of the SPC community and would like to express your commitment through membership, or simply want to know more about our church family, please join us at our next Discovering Membership Class. The class is a casual format where you'll be able to meet the pastors, explore your faith, and discuss the meaning of the church. You'll also have an opportunity to meet members of the congregation as well as people who are in the same situation as you - wanting to learn more or ready to take the step of membership. A light lunch is provided. For details about the next class, please use the contact form on the right, or call 425.868.5186 x101.

Small Groups

Small Groups are a mainstay of the SPC Adult Ministry. They are where relationships are cultivated, and in-depth growth of our faith happens. The Small Groups often use the Small Group Questions that are provided every Sunday as a way to connect with what is taught during the services and to dig deeper into the Scripture. The Small Group Questions can also be found online, here. Check out the Small Group page for more details.

Theology on Tap

Join SPC adults and friends for an informal gathering, the first Tuesday of each month at Big Block Brewing (3310 E. Lake Sammamish Pkwy. SE, Sammamish, WA 98075) where we unwind and enjoy meaningful conversations about how our everyday lives intersect with our Christian faith. The conversation is easy, about things that matter. Bring a friend, grab a beer, and enjoy. This is for all SPC adults. Not a beer drinker? No problem, join us anyway. The company will be worth it!

Saturday Running Group

Most of the year the Saturday SPC Running Group meets at 8am at Pine Lake Park. During the Spring we run with the SPC World Vision Half Marathon team. Those runs may begin at the church or Pine Lake Park. Please contact us via the form on the right for details.

SPC Choir

Just what the doctor ordered! The news is out and the studies have proven that singing together is beneficial to your physical, mental, and spiritual health! If you are Senior High and older, come reap the benefits of better health and join the SPC Choir! Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 7:30pm in the Sanctuary Hall. For more information, use the contact form on the right or call 425.868.5168x102.

Men's Groups

Women's Groups

Men's Breakfast Group

Men of SPC are invited to join us on Wednesday mornings, from 6:30-7:30am in C-201 for an important time together to learn, grow together, and eat good breakfasts. Tyler Easely, SPC Parish Associate, leads this men’s study group as we explore scripture and seek to follow Christ together. For more information send us a note using the contact form on the right.

Women's Bible Studies

Women's Bible Study currently offers both morning and evening options: Tuesday Mornings January 10 - Feb 14, 9:30-11:30am, meets in Building A and Thursday Evenings January 12 - Feb 23 (no meeting Jan 19), 6:30-8:30pm, meets in C-201 The cost is $15 (payable at the door). No childcare is available. Register by using the contact form on the right.

Men's Book Study

All SPC men are invited to join this group which meets every Saturday of each month at 8:30am in Building A (Upper level). This is spring the  group will study If You Want to Walk on Water, You’ve Got to Get Out of the Boat by John Ortberg. For more information contact us using the contact form on the right-hand side of this page. 

Women's Events

In addition to offering regular Bible Study groups, the Women's Ministry also offers a variety of events throughout the year. The events range may include hikes, a bunco party, an evening out, a picnic at the park, and two annual retreats.

The Winter retreat is often the highlight of the year for the Women's Ministry. It is a night and two days away, filled with an organized agenda. At the retreats a guest speaker leads the women through the program, which also includes small groups, good food and fellowship, and plenty of activity choices during breaks.