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Stay Connected to South Main

 

In the days and weeks ahead, we are all going to rely on technology to provide some sense of normalcy in our lives. Thankfully, South Main's website has a plethora of resources at our fingertips to keep us all connected. Here are few ways we plan to stay connected while doing church remotely.

Video & Audio

Our live webcast can be found at this link.

Our website Media section includes videos of worship services, concerts, audio recordings of bible study, Dishin' with Dolores, and so much more. 

HOLY WEEK 2020

 Each of our Holy Week activites and times are listed here.

Music

You can download and/or stream the Sanctuary Choir's most recent album on Spotify.

Social Media

As always, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

MOnday OVER COFFEE

At the beginning of each week, a note of pastoral guidance and a thoughtful prayer for our church, our community, and our world will be posted on our website and through Facebook.

DAILY DEVOTION

Beginning the week of March 23, Pastor Steve will post a daily devotion online and on Facebook which will guide us Scripturally along a common path we can all follow together. This will include a Bible reading plan through the Gospel of Mark.

NEED HELP?

In regard to ongoing pastoral care needs, please contact our Minister for Pastoral Care, Greg Funderburk via email or 713-305-9797 to make him aware of situations which may require pastoral support or practical support with respect to life safety issues.

GIVE

During these weeks of uncertainty, one of the best ways you can help our South Main church family is to give online, or better yet, to automate your giving. Even though we are not having our regular events, we still have fixed expenses. Our utility bills, property insurance, internet and phone service, and many other operational expenses are still due each month, whether we gather together or not.

Share

How can I help? That's the question we are all asking. Check back here for opportinties to share God's love with our community and the world.

 

EAC FOOD DRIVE: DONATE NOW

As the current situation around the coronavirus continues to develop, so do the needs of our various mission partners, in particular those partners that serve the homeless and working poor. Sunday, April 5, is South Main’s regularly scheduled collection date for stocking the food pantry at the Emergency Aid Coalition (EAC) and the need we fill there is as great as ever.  

The EAC has an acute need for fresh fruit (oranges, apples, etc.) This is in addition to the regular needs of canned tuna, canned beans, vegetables, beans, and rice. Our desire to help fill these needs hasn’t changed, but but it may look a little different than the usual collection on Sunday mornings at South Main. If you’d like more information please contact South Main’s Missions Coordinator J Hill.

Donations can be dropped off directly to the EAC between 8:30 AM and 1:00 PM Monday through Friday or sent via Amazon to: 

Emergency Aid Coalition
5401 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77004

COMMUNITY NEED: GRACEWOOD

Gracewood, South Main's mission partner which provides housing and hope to single moms with children, is in need of paper products, wipes, soap, and sanitizer and they are having a difficult time making bulk purchases. The campus is closed to visitors but if you wish to help, please contact South Main's Mission Coordinator, J Hill. 

 

South Main's COVID-19 Reponse