The Beach Church is a beacon for Christ glorifying God by following Jesus' call to love God and our neighbors. Our congregation includes residents, snowbirds, and vacationers from a variety of geographical and spiritual backgrounds... so you'll fit in!
Since May several of us have formed a book group that gathers via Zoom. Besides the value of talking about thoughtful Christian books together, it’s a great way to connect with, pray for and support one another.
For our next round, we’ll be reading two books which deal with issues of loss and mortality, realities that impact us all. We’d love to have you join us! If you want to do so, please let Bill Cutler know (email@example.com).
We’ll read the books on our own in September and then meet via Zoom on Monday, October 9th to talk about them. You can order the books on Amazon or from other sellers. They are:
The Lost Art of Dying: Reviving Forgotten Wisdom by Lydia Dugdale MD.
Lose, Love, Live by Dan Moseley
You are invited to serve on the Compassionate Care Team! If you are interested in serving members of the congregation with meals, light housekeeping, transportation, small handyman projects, yard work, visiting, etc. please email the church to sign up.
Interfaith Ministries provides financial asistance for housing and utilities, food, clothing and other emergent needs to our community's marginalized citizens. Through Good Samaritan Clinic, IM provides free medical care, free medications and free dental care. IM is supported in part by its thrift store in Gulf Breeze.
The Center provides food, showers, laundry facilities, clothing and Identification Cards for the homeless and hungry. There are individual shower rooms and washing machines and dryers for laundry. All homeless and poorer members of our community are welcomed, and services are provided free of charge for any who come to the Center. Our goal is to give back the basic human diginty that God has given all of us. All are welcome!
We offer a traditional Sunday morning worship service with hymns, Bible readings, a sermon, prayers, and communion on the first and third Sundays of the month, and we hope to see you there!