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  • Coronavirus Update - March 13, 2020


    March 13, 2020

    Coronavirus Update:
    Severns Valley Baptist Church Will Be Broadcasting Live Services Via Cable, Online and Radio Only This Coming Sunday.

    Dear Severns Valley Family,

    It's sure been a week. Late Wednesday night we left meetings with our church leadership feeling good about our decision to continue services and activities as usual. What a difference 24hrs can make. We want to thank you for being patient as we consider all the ramifications of staying open and in cancelling our Worship Services, Small Groups, and mid-week programming. Your prayers for us as we make these decisions is greatly appreciated. This is not something we take lightly. 

    Wednesday night the Church Council identified some "triggers" that if they happened, would cause us to take a different course of action. We've learned quite a bit more about how the virus is spreading across our state. Also, we're taking into account the increasing number of confirmed cases of the virus. 

    Due to some of our identified "triggers" happening, and what we have learned, we are canceling all Worship Services, Small Groups and all mid-week programming held at Severns Valley beginning tomorrow, Friday, March 13 at 5pm through next Friday. We believe doing this in cooperation with local schools and other churches, we are taking a loving step towards the hopeful curbing of this virus. We will continue to monitor and evaluate whether to continue the cancelation or stop it on a week to week basis. To the best of our ability, we will keep you notified of any changes through our website, email, phone calls and social media

    Severns Valley Live
    We will be broadcasting our Sunday Worship Services at 9 and 10:45am We are very thankful for our ability to broadcast these services via these sources:

    • Local Cable: BBTEL Ch 1; Comcast Ch 2 / Charter Ch 184
    • Online. sv.church/live
    • Radio: 98.3 WQXE (9am service only)

    We encourage everyone to take these precautions to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus:

    Clean your hands often

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

    Avoid close contact

    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Put distance between yourself and other people. This is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.

    We encourage everyone to take these precautions to Protect Others from Coronavirus:

    Stay home if you are sick

    • Stay home if you are sick, except to get medical care.

    Cover coughs and sneezes

    • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze or use the inside of your elbow.
    • Throw used tissues in the trash.
    • Immediately wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, clean your hands with a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

    Three ways you can help:

    1. Pray - Pray for those impacted by the virus, their families and loved ones, as well as those who are caring for and treating them.

    2. Give - If you're a regular giver at Severns Valley, please continue to give by mailing in your tithe/offering, dropping it by the church office or by giving online. Your continued generosity is a vital resource that enables us to continue our Gospel-mission on a weekly basis.

    3. Serve - We are looking for ways we can serve our community during this time of need. We will continue to update you on these opportunities as they present themselves. We do need help in keeping our church campus clean. If you are able to help clean during the week, at any time, please email info@sv.church and we will help you find a time and place to serve.

    While we cannot control the virus, we must remember that God has not called us to live in fear but in faith. As the apostle Paul wrote in 2 Timothy 1:7, "For the Spirit of God does not make us timid, but gives us power, love, and self-discipline." Our prayer is that God will fill all of us with these three gifts, no matter what comes our way. 

    It's times like this when God stirs the hearts of those who don't know Him. We want to be available and ready to share the Gospel to those whom God is speaking. Please be sensitive to those you know and reach out to those who are sick. Let's be The Church and show our community how much we: Love God | Love People | Make Disciples.

    Your Church Council and Staff

  • How We're Planning for Coronavirus


    March 11, 2020

    Dear Severns Valley Family, 

    As you may have heard, Governor Beshear held a press conference this morning and recommended for all weekend church services to be cancelled. Tonight, our Church Council and Deacons will be meeting to discuss this announcement. We will get back to you as soon as we make a decision concerning our weekend services. As for tonight, all activities are being offered. 

    The Church Council and Staff have been working on how we can lead during the Coronavirus outbreak. Below is what we've been working on the past two weeks. 

    We want to care for our church family in all respects, including the physical well-being of our community. To that end, we are asking you, our members, to take precautions to keep yourself and others safe, especially in light of recent developments with the coronavirus (COVID-19). 

    Here's how we are committed to keeping our campus clean:

    1. We will sanitize highly touched surfaces before and after every service such as doors, handles, tables, water fountains, check-in stations, handrails and sinks.
    2. Our staff and volunteer teams will wash their hands frequently and stay home if they are sick. In addition, The Café staff will wear gloves when they serve coffee and doughnuts.
    3. We will provide hand sanitizer stations around campus for everyone to use.
    4. Offering boxes will be placed in the Upper and Lower Worship Center Lobbies. We will not be passing offering plates during the Worship Services. Remember, you can also give online at sv.church/give.

    We are asking you to help stop the spread of the virus in the following ways as per advisement by The Lincoln Trail District Health Department. The best way to prevent illness is to avoid exposure. Ways to reduce your risk of contracting the Coronavirus (COVID-19) include:

    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick with fever, coughing, sneezing, and difficulty breathing. To avoid close contact, stay at least 6 feet away from others.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
    • Stay home when you are sick. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. To avoid coughing into your hands, you can cough into your elbow.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for "at least 20 seconds", especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.
    • Avoid shaking hands.
    • Community agencies such as (e.g. businesses, faith-organizations) should practice non-contact methods for greeting and other activities that create the opportunity to share germs.

    We want to remind you how you can continue to participate in our Worship Services.

    If anyone in your family is sick or needs to stay home during this time, you are invited to watch or listen to Sunday services live at 9 & 10:45am on:

    • Local cable: BBTEL Ch 1; Comcast Ch 2/Insight Ch 25
    • Online. sv.church/live
    • Radio: 98.3 WQXE (9am only)

    If you're a regular giver at Severns Valley, please continue to give either in-person or online. Your continued generosity is a vital resource that enables us to continue our Gospel-mission on a weekly basis.

    The uncertainty of this outbreak is creating anxiety in our workplaces, schools, and day-to-day activities. Yet we remain certain of God's steadfast presence and faithful attention to all that is happening. Please join us in praying for those who are affected by this illness, as well as their caregivers and those who are working around the clock to minimize the impact of this virus. 

    In Psalm 46, we are reminded that it is God who is our refuge and strength, and our ever-present help in trouble. Therefore, let us not fear, but with confidence use this opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus through our prayers and our care for others. 

    In Christ, 

    Your Church Council and Staff

  • Quarterly Church Family Business Meeting - March 1, 2020


    All church members are encouraged to come to our next meeting on March 1, 2020 at 4pm in the Atrium. At this time we will have two items that are not regularly on the agenda:

    1. The Church Council will be presenting eight names for the church to affirm to form our Lead Pastor Search Team.
    2. The Personnel Team will be making a motion to approve Zach Burke as our Student Pastor.

    Childcare will be available for those parents attending the meeting.

  • Pastor Search Team Recommendations

    SVBC Pastor Search Team Recommendations

    The Church Council seeks the input of members of SVBC in the form of recommendations of individuals to serve on the Pastor Search Team.

    At large members of the Pastor Search Team must be active church members who are regular in attendance at worship and Bible study and are actively involved in the ongoing programs and ministries of the church. All names submitted to the Church Council will undergo the same vetting process used by the Leadership Selection Team when they fill ministry team vacancies.

    To submit name(s) to be considered:

    All recommendations must be received by 12 noon on 2/16/20.

  • Come Sail Away - Daddy Daughter Date Night

    On February 21, dads and daughter(s) are invited to a "Come Sail Away" date night that is promised to provide memories for a lifetime. Dads are encouraged to take their daughter(s) out to eat and then come to the church at 7:00 p.m. for an evening of games, crafts, and dessert. The evening is $15 per family. 


  • Pastor Bill & Sheri's Last Sunday

    This weekend will be our last weekend with Pastor Bill and Sheri. We would love for you to be with us in our services and join us later that evening for a reception to say thank you to the Langley’s.

    Come with expectation this weekend. Expect that God will do amazing things!


  • Christmas Eve

    Did you know that one of the best ways to celebrate Christmas Morning is to prepare your hearts on Christmas Eve? Join us for one of our Christmas Eve services at 4pm or 6pm. Both services are identical and should last less than an hour. We will sing together, hear a short challenge, and they'll even be a special fun activity and quiet bags for the kiddos! Invite a friend and let's join together as we Behold Him!

  • King of Kings - Christmas at SV

    Come ring in the Christmas season with the SV Worship Arts Community on December 15 during both the 9 am and the 10:45 am services! Mark your calendar and make sure you bring a friend as we celebrate the King of Kings!

  • Tree Lighting

    Tis the Season! Come join us on December 1 from 5-6pm as we light the Christmas tree and ring in the season! It will be a great time for the whole family as we listen to some live music, drink some FREE coffee and hot chocolate, and countdown to the lighting of the Christmas tree! 

  • A Christmas Story - Point of Grace

    Come celebrate the Christmas Story with one of the most well loved Christian recording groups, Point of Grace! They will be in concert singing favorites from their timeless Christmas albums. They will also be sharing the stage with Worship leader Aaron Shust, and Mallary Hope! Get your tickets today!

    A Christmas Story Tour
    December 18, 2019
    7-9pm hosted by Severns Valley

  • It's Christmas Tree Assembly Time!

    It's the time of year when we are getting our outdoor Christmas Tree ready for the Christmas tree lighting! To accomplish this large task, we will need lots of volunteers. If you would like to help on any of these days, please come! Child care is available on Nov. 19 from 9am to noon. 

    ***Due to pending weather, we will finish setting up the Christmas Tree and putting on the decorations on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 9am. This includes fluffing the branches, adding ornaments and moving the branches outside!***

    For more information, contact Gary Davis.


  • 3 Days Away!!!

    Dear SV Families,

    We are just 4 days away from Fall Family Fun Fest 2019 and we are about to burst with excitement! This event is one of our staff's most favorite to put on! We love swinging our doors wide open for a fun, safe, exciting time with folks from our church family as well as the community. Here are just a few notes to help you be informed about the event:

    • Costumes are encouraged! Please try to stay away from super scary costumes as this is a family event for the entire community!
    • Please invite your neighbors and co-workers. This is a great opportunity for you to bring folks to church! 
    • Allergy-friendly prizes available at every station! Have a kiddo with allergies? Worried about prizes being a choking hazard? Have no fear...we have you covered! Simply look for the STAR BUCKET at every station for an allergy-free, choking-hazard-free prize!
    • Food trucks will be available for dinner from 4:30 to 7pm. We are excited to have Fred's Classics Burgers & MoreAuntie Anne's Pretzel Truck Elizabethtown KY, and Dewster's Homemade Ice Cream & Bakery!
    • Enjoy your dinner in the Atrium while listening to an awesome Bluegrass Band, Flatlick Express.

    **We still need volunteers! If you are able to help run a game, or tear-down, please let us know by email kids@sv.church! **

    ***We are still taking individually wrapped candy donations! You can drop off your donations at any of our SVKids Welcome desks.***

    We can't wait to see you at FFFF19! 

  • Fall Family Fun Fest

    Make plans to join us for one of our favorite Sundays of the year! We'll have games and activities set up all over the church. There's something for everyone from the Toddler Zone to tons of games in the Multi-Purpose Room to inflatables and hayrides outside! You do not want to miss the amazing food trucks and music. It's fun for all ages and we're working hard to make it the best one yet! Come in costume for our photo ops and get ready for loads of candy, prizes and tons of family fun! 

  • Campus Work Day - September 14

    Come get your hands dirty! We will be having a campus work day on Saturday, September 14 from 8:00 am until 12:00 pm. We will be doing some reseeding, ground leveling, filling in low spots around the sidewalk area, and general flower bed maintenance. Bring your work gloves, steel rakes and shovels! We will be meeting in the Worship Center Senior Parking Lot.

  • Wednesday Night Schedule Change

    Important schedule change!


    Everyone is busy. Our lives seem to go from crazy to chaotic in the blink of an eye. We are making an effort to take a little of the stress out of Wednesday evenings. Starting on Wednesday, August 28th we will shift our Wednesday night schedule back a bit. We will begin by serving a delicious and affordable Family Dinner from 5:00pm - 6:15pm, then our Wednesday activities will begin at 6:30pm. Our hope is that many more families will be able to come be a part of the community on Wednesday nights!


    Please help spread the word!

  • Wednesday Nights this Fall

    Wednesday Supper, 5:00-6:15 pm
    Come at 5 o’clock and enjoy a home-style meal on Wednesday nights during the fall semester. Meals are $6/adult and $4/child through 5th grade. ($24 household maximum.) 

    Women’s Prayer Time, 5:30-6:15 pm
    Change the course of your week by meeting with other women to pray. Join Women's Ministry Director Lauren Botts from 5:30 to 6:15 pm in Room A-202/203 to pray for our church, our community and one another. The group will release in time for everyone to attend the Wednesday Core class. Women who are meeting for prayer can check in their birth-5th grade children in the SV Kids area at 5:25 pm. For more information, email lauren@sv.church.

    Core Class, 6:30-7:30 pm “Marriage Matters-A Biblical Guide To Relationships” 
    Every 13 seconds, there is one divorce in America. That equates to 277 divorces per hour, 6,646 divorces per day, 46,523 divorces per week, and 2,419,196 divorces per year. If that doesn't shock you, what will? For 11 weeks this fall, we will be learning how to take a Biblical approach to marriage and relationships. Whether you're single, married, or widowed, this class can benefit everyone! 


    Core Kids, 6:30-7:30 pm
    While adults attend Core Class, our children will have a special opportunity to dive deeper into our faith by attending "Core Kids." This 11-week study of the Christian faith dives to the core of a Godly life by examining six "seeds" that help grow a deeper walk with Christ. Scripture, Prayer, Worship, Missions, Serving, and Evangelism will all be explored on an age appropriate level with fun activities, songs and challenges to complete at home. Each week the children will go home with habit-building challenges that will motivate the children to invest in their spiritual walk daily and help parents become the primary spiritual leader for their children. For children that are three and potty trained up to 5th grade whenever Core Classes are in session. Childcare is available for birth-2 years.

    Student Connect, 6:30-7:30 pm
    At SV Students we want students to encounter Jesus where they are and we do that with an atmosphere designed specifically for high school and middle school students. Wednesday nights are perfect for students to connect with others their age. Doors open at 6:00 pm. 

    Choir, 6:30-7:45 pm
    There is something special about joining together with one voice! Our Worship Choir helps to lead worship in our 9:00 a.m. Classic Service, as well as special events such as Christmas and Easter. We rehearse on Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the Choir Room. Contact emory@sv.church for more info.



  • Topical Studies Fall 2019

    The fall semester kicks off Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 5 o’clock with a hamburger supper for adults in the Atrium and pizza for children in the SVKids area. Register for a topical study and plan to join us. 

    SV Kids - We'll have activities for birth-5th grade on Sunday nights from 5-7 while adults attend Topical Studies.

    SV Students - We want our students to invest in one another and this semester we are spending Sunday nights from 5-7 studying what it means to serve in the student ministry and throughout the church.

  • Kingdoms: The Message of Daniel


    Is God really in control? How do you live for God in the ungodly world? What commitments can you make now that will enable you to stand strong in the coming days? We will examine these and other important issues in our new series, KINGDOMS — a study of the message of Daniel, starting Sunday, July 21.

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    Man Night and Dude Food

    Chow down on some delicious t-bone steaks (dude food) and watch the latest Tony Evans film, “Kingdom Men Rising” at Man Night on July 14. This recently released film features internationally acclaimed pastor, author and men’s conference speaker, Tony Evans. 

    “Kingdom Men Rising” takes a journey that challenges cultural trends to discover what it means to be a real man.

    Special guests who share their real-life stories include: 

    • Grammy award winning entertainer Kirk Franklin
    • Hall of Fame wide receiver of the Oakland Raiders Tim Brown
    • Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback and present Dallas Cowboys quarterback coach Jon Kitna
    • Super Bowl winning coach of the Indianapolis Colts Tony Dungy
    • Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive back and present NFL vice president Troy Vincent
    • American Christian hip hop recording artist Lecrae

    “Kingdom Men Rising” is entertaining and humorous as it challenges men with an honest portrayal of today’s man that is countered by God’s original design.

    Come on down and hang out with us. See you there!

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    Is He Worthy - Easter 2019

    What is Easter all about? Is God real? If so, does He really love me? 

    We invite you and your family to join us this year as we answer the question, "Is He Worthy?" 

    We will be worshipping together at 9:00 am and 10:45 am on Sunday, April 21. We will also have small groups for babies through preschoolers.

    Invite a friend, come as you are and let's worship our Savior!


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    Serve at the Good Friday Experience

    This come-and-go experience is the depiction of the major events leading up to Christ's crucifixion. The free event is a great discipleship tool for families of all ages as it is not too graphic for children. The creative self-guided tour takes less than 45 minutes with booklets to explain the events for all age levels. As guests move through the stations, they see, smell, taste, and touch as they learn about the days leading up to the crucifixion. This year, families with children will be given a Family Activity Idea that will focus on the resurrection as they leave. Invite your friends, family, and co-workers...so many come each year and have such a moving experience that draws them to Christ.

    If you would like to serve at the Good Friday Experience CLICK HERE.

    You can also contact Sara Wilson at slwilson83@gmail.com, call church office at 270.765.7822, or sign up at the kiosk outside of the Worship Center.


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    Next Steps Event

    There are currently 9,700 children in foster care in Kentucky, with about 2,500 of them having a goal of adoption. As faith leaders, we understand the Biblical mandate to care for the vulnerable in their distress. You are invite to join us for a special community gathering to discuss how we all can make a difference in this arena. You can get more information and register for an upcoming event by visiting WeAreKY.org/Upcoming-Events.

    Join us at 6:30 pm Tuesday, March 12 at Stithton Baptist Church in Radcliff for the Uniting Kentucky Next Steps Event in order to hear more about foster children in Kentucky and how we can all be a part of caring for them. This event is for everyone--not just those interested in fostering and/or adopting. Everyone, young and old, can do something! Come take your next steps with us!


  • Step Up! Series Starts February 3

    Join us this Sunday for a new series! We are going to learn how to Step Up in our walk with Christ! Invite a friend!

  • A "Night in Paris"


    On February 22, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm dads and daughter(s) are invited to a "Night in Paris" that is promised to provide memories for a lifetime. Dads are encouraged to take their daughter(s) out to eat and then come to the church at 7:00 pm for an evening of games, crafts, and dessert. The evening is $15 per family. 

    **When registering, please only register the dad for this event. You will have the opportunity to list the daughter(s) later in the sign-up process.

  • Baptism


    Baptism is the first step of obedience as we begin our walk with Christ. It's a public declaration of our faith in Him. 

    Click or tap the link below to see baptism photos.

    January 13, 2019

    Have questions about baptism or being baptized? Email Bonnie.


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    Hope for the Holidays

    Luke 2:8–18 (NASB95) — 8 In the same region there were some shepherds staying out in the fields and keeping watch over their flock by night. 9 And an angel of the Lord suddenly stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them; and they were terribly frightened. 10 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid; for behold, I bring you good news of great joy which will be for all the people; 11 for today in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. 12 “This will be a sign for you: you will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.” 13 And suddenly there appeared with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying, 14 “Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace among men with whom He is pleased.”

    Most of us love the Christmas season. It is a time for family and friends. We give and receive gifts. We eat together and have get-togethers where we eat cookies and sweets and big meals.

    All of this sounds good but when we go below the surface of the holiday season, the realities of our lives have a way of pushing the holiday trimmings to the side and replacing them with the underlying struggles in our lives. We don’t like to talk about the pain we experience. In fact, we'd like to push those thoughts aside and pretend they aren't happening.

    Broken relationships

    Even during the Christmas holidays, relationships remain one of our biggest challenges. They sometimes break and cause our hearts to shatter. Or they can be repaired and restored when we learn we can lean on Christ for the needed assistance.

    Failing marriages

    Marriages continue to be the most important relationships in the church. When the couples walk in-Christ, they can be a testimony of the difference He can make in their relationship. At the same time, many marriages still struggle, falter and crack apart leaving broken and stunned bodies in the wake of that splitting.

    Spiraling Finances

    Christ-centered families can find stability in their finances when they realize everything is His including their finances. However, other families who try to go-it-alone can find themselves facing earthquake-like struggles when they focus finances on their own will and wants.

    Internal Struggles

    Our walk with Christ can be such a blessing during the holidays. It can give us encouragement and hope to work on those personal struggles and character flaws that cause us pain and problems. But, when those bad behaviors are left unaddressed, they can cause destructive ripples through the relationships, circumstances and events in all areas of our lives.

    Loss of a Loved One

    Death still crashes in on us destroying the very relationships we cherish. But for those of us who are Christ-followers, we mourn like everyone does, however our mourning is not the same as those who have no hope. Christ is our hope. He comforts our mourning hearts. And we find additional hope in the new life we see in the birth of babies. Just like that scene around the manger where those shepherds found hope for the future in Christ Jesus.

    Feelings of Hopelessness

    When I read the passage above the shepherds were living and working in the darkness of the night. That reminds me of how we can live in darkness of our world when Christ is not at the center of our lives. Darkness has a way of confusing us and robbing us of our hope in the midst of that darkness. Darkness makes it difficult for us to see life clearly and find our direction.

    There is Hope

    But something happened to the shepherds that night long ago. The glory of the Lord lit up the skies and their lives. As we move forward in these holidays, difficulties and struggles will continue to shatter lives. People will continue to face all of the struggles the world throws at us. And, like the shepherds we will be faced with the choice of darkness versus the light found in a personal relationship with Jesus. The choice is ours to make. We can face life on our own, seeking our own will and trying to fulfill every need our hearts and minds can think of. Or, we can surrender our lives to Him and walk in-Him daily. We can find help, healing and hope in Him. He can allow Christ to change our pain into joy and our failures into hopefulness.

    My prayer for each of us this Christmas season is that like the shepherds we run to the Savior and let Him make the difference in our lives that He made in the lives of the shepherds. All it takes is taking that first step. Life will go on and we will have difficulties and struggles, but Jesus can be our hope no matter what we face.

    Merry Christmas in-Him,

    Pastor Ray


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    Christmas Eve Services

    December 24, 2018
    4:00 pm & 6:00 pm

    We would love for you and your family to join us for a special Christmas Eve Service! There will be great music, great fellowship and a special time just for the kids! Services are at 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm!

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    Baptism

    Baptism is the first step of obedience as we begin our walk with Christ. It's a public declaration of our faith in Him. 

    Click or tap the links below to see baptism photos.

    December 9, 2018
    November 11, 2018
    October 21, 2018
    October 4, 2018
    August 5, 2018
    Pool Baptism

    Do you have questions about baptism? Email Bonnie.

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    Christmas at Severns Valley

    Sunday, December 16, 2018
    9:00 am & 10:45 am

    Come join us as we celebrate the grand opening of our new Worship Center with Christmas at Severns Valley! Our Worship Arts Community will come together to help us prepare our hearts for this busy season. Click here to invite a friend! 

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    Lighten Their Load with Loads of Laundry

    This month, your SVkids team is partnering with Vineyard Church and Room In The Inn to lighten their load by laundering bedding. We would love your help! If you have the time and ability to do even one load a week, even if it is only one time, please let us know!

    Email svkids@svbc.cc.

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    Dedication Sunday

    We are excited to worship with you this Sunday in our new Worship Center for our Dedication service! 

    In case you missed it, this Sunday will look a little different...
     
    Not only will we be in our new building, but we will also only be having one service at 10:45am. And, the cafe will be open from 9-10:30 for you to come and have breakfast.

    Because this is such a special occasion, there will be no small groups, but we will have childcare for ages 2 and under.

    It's going to be a great day! See you on Sunday!


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