Important Information On Seacoast Campus And Office Closures

Sarah Wolf Florence, Media Information

September 15 at  10:00 AM

All campuses, with the exception of Greenville and Asheville, remain closed as Tropical Storm Florence makes its way inland. Be sure to join us for church online at 6:15 PM on Saturday or 8:30 AM, 10 AM or 11:30 AM on Sunday at If you have evacuated to Greenville or Asheville, we invite you to attend regularly scheduled services there.

As soon as the storm has moved on, we will be communicating next steps of our relief efforts and how we can serve you if you’ve been impacted.  In the event of an emergency, please dial 911.


September 9 at 5:00PM

For current information on relief efforts and how you can get involved, visit

South Carolina Governor McMaster has announced that starting tomorrow, Tuesday, September 11 there will be a mandatory evacuation of all coastal counties. Based on that, we will close all campuses and offices beginning Tuesday until further notice. At this point, we are planning to have all weekend services as scheduled, but will update as more information is available.

Once the storm has moved on, it’s our commitment to get back as quickly as we can so that we can continue to love and serve every city, town, and community we are a part of. We are going to be here for our people, and to help as many people as we can. We’re all getting our homes and our families ready to leave – we need to be getting our hearts ready to come back and serve. We will update you as soon as possible on our plans for after the storm, including relief efforts, staff expectations, and how you can help.

For the most up to date information on weekend service adjustments, campus and office closures, please check back at this page.

To request assistance or be part of relief efforts, visit

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