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December 11, 2022  10:00 AM

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About Saco Bay Community Church

I'm New

We are always excited to see new faces here at Saco Bay Community Church!  Whether you are looking for a new church home or come for a visit during a vacation, please plan to join us on Sunday morning at 10 AM.

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Our Mission

At Saco Bay Community Church we seek “to know Christ and to Make Him Known” in Saco, Biddeford and beyond.  This mission is the driving force behind all we do.  Ultimately, we want to know Jesus and continually grow in Him and we want others to know Him too!

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Participate With Us

We are committed at SBCC to see the GOSPEL lived out in ways demonstrated in the words and works of Jesus. His love drives us — to love people, to bring them hope and healing in His name, to seek justice and mercy, and to mirror His heart for the poor and broken-hearted. We are committed to making the Good News of His GOSPEL real, understandable and accessible.

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Latest Sermons

Comfort For Christmas (Isaiah 40:1-11)

By Logan Saunders, December 4, 2022 12:00 AM

A King Like No Other (Isaiah 11:1-10)

By Logan Saunders, November 27, 2022 12:00 AM

What You Need To Know (1 John 5:13-21)

By Logan Saunders, November 20, 2022 12:00 AM

SBCC Blog Posts

WHAT THE EFFECTS OF VIRTUAL LEARNING TEACHES THE CHURCH

Last month the news came out that US math and reading scores for 4th and 8th graders plummeted during the pandemic. This only confirmed once again what many already believed […]

WHAT I AM READING THIS SUMMER

Many pastors whose blogs I follow give summer reading lists and recommendations and I thought I might take a few minutes to do the same. Some of these may be […]

DELIBERATE SIMPLICITY

I want to use this blog post to talk about what many call Deliberate Simplicity when it comes to how we “do” church. What does this mean? Well, as many […]

RETHINKING RETIREMENT

This past week my dad told me about a newsletter that the pastor of his church sent out to the congregation concerning how Christians should view retirement. My first thought […]