Helping you as you explore SMCC and Biblical Christianity
If you are new to SMCC or would like to know more about us, we invite you to attend our next Meet the Pastor. This casual gathering is a great opportunity to be introduced to our pastors and members of the staff. You will learn about SMCC’s history, mission and values as well as how they are lived out through our ministries.
Starting Point is for you if you have unanswered questions or are skeptical of the claims of Christianity.
- Are there good reasons to believe that God actually exists?
- How could a person trust the Bible since it's been translated so many times?
- How could God be 3 people and 1 person at the same time?
In this 7-week study, you can investigate Christianity, ask questions and test drive what it's like to be in a small group.
Turning Point (formerly called Transitions) is specifically designed for those who are examining leaving their LDS roots to understand a new culture of Biblical Christianity. For 9 weeks there will be group discussions, supported by video content focused on the cultural, doctrinal, and theological differences between what you will experience at SMCC and that of your former LDS background and training.
If you want freedom from life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits we encourage you to check out Celebrate Recovery (CR). We seek to celebrate God’s healing and redemptive power in our lives through the “8 Recovery Principles” Celebrate Recovery is based on.
When you arrive you can expect a welcoming environment. We start with music in a large group setting. Each meeting also has men's and women's breakout sessions.
We combine professionally prepared curriculum and a support group environment to help adults struggling with the often overwhelming issues of divorce or separation. The group is facilitated by people who have experienced these issues themselves. Though the prepared series lasts for a 13 week period, it is set up so that anyone can join at any point. The group meets continuously from fall through spring with occasional breaks for holidays.
DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) takes place during the same time as DivorceCare, following a similar curriculum. It is for children ages 5-12. There is no childcare provided for children under age 5 or over age 12.