Every need in the world is an OPEN DOOR to share God's love. That's why, as a church family, we're responding to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) crisis, not by panicking or hiding out of fear, but by serving the people who are most vulnerable.
No matter how frustrating, confusing, or scary this crisis gets, fear doesn't have the final say. 1 John 4:18 says, “There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear.” Our hope is built on the perfect love of Jesus Christ, so we've been called to share that love with the world. And that's exactly what we'll be doing in the coming weeks and months as more and more people in our community are in need.
During harsh and economic times, we are committed to do what we can to help the membership of SBC and community. Let us know how we can be of assistance
This crisis is a huge opportunity for you to share God's love with people in need. Click below to discover how you can volunteer, donate, give, or pray during this time.
The church is not a building — it’s a community of people who love Jesus and love each other. So while we may not be able to meet in person for the foreseeable future, we can stay connected with people who care about us in online small groups.
Stay Healthy and Informed
In a crisis like this, it's common for misinformation to spread, and it can be difficult to figure out who and what to trust. Here are some reliable resources that can connect you with accurate and helpful info.
The CDC is the leading national public-health organization in the U.S. and has up-to-date info on COVID-19 (coronavirus).
The FDPH is the state department responsible for public health in Florida.
WHO is the United Nations' agency for global public health.
Uncertainty and confusion can have a harmful effect on your mental health. This article from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention gives you five ways to take care of your mental health in the face of uncertainty.
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