MEN'S MINISTRY

Join us every third Saturday every month for breakfast, worship and a time of gathering/serving together.

Kick off is Saturday, Sept. 15th           8am - 9:30am

Breakfast - worship led by Mitchell Klavins + message by Pastor JT

 

Mark your calendars for our fall dates:  Oct. 20, Nov. 17 & Dec. 15th

Questions?  Email: WeCare@sanlando.org

 

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Leader (or) Host?

A Small Group Training

Exploring a desire to connect with others through small group community? Not sure if you have the passions and gifts to lead or host a small group of your own? 

Join Pastor Jonathan and Caitlin Lail for our sessions as they share the basics of leading and hosting a small group. Sundays, Sept. 23 and Oct. 7. From 3 - 4pm in the Sanctuary.

 

Questions? Contact Caitlin Lail

 

 

Our long-awaited campus renovation project is nearing completion and we are planning a Renovation Celebration on Sunday, May 20th at 4pm in our Sanctuary.

The worship service will have music, a brief message, special introductions, and will focus on acknowledging God's faithful grace which has worked in our congregation to bring us to this beautiful day. Following the service, we will be having optional tours of the Sanctuary and surrounding areas as well as the four newly renovated Sanlando Christian School classrooms. Refreshments will be served in the Fellowship Hall during this time.

MADE NEW Sanlando Men's Retreat

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SANLANDO MEN'S RETREAT

All men ages High School on up - let's join together on

 May 4 - 6, 2018

Registration fee: $20 ($10 for students)    Registration Form

FRIDAY

·     6:30 PM Dinner (Tijuana Flats) hosted in our Fellowship Hall

·     Worship & Message at 7:30 PM in our Sanctuary

Made New...To Be More

As men, we often find our identity in what we do, thus our value can tend to rise and fall on what we possess, accomplish or obtain. God wants us to realize the true source of our identity and allow us to experience meaning and fulfillment that exceeds what we often seek.

An optional late evening activity will be planned for those that register.

SATURDAY

·     8:45 AM Breakfast in our Fellowship Hall

·     Worship & Message at 9:45AM in our Sanctuary

Made New...To Relate

Relationship can be a word that we as men shy away from; however, God has created us for deep, meaningful relationships which allow us to not only find greater personal meaning, but enable us to pour into others with transforming value, when aligned correctly.

After worship, we will carpool to New Smyrna Beach for a mid-day BBQ, Fun in the Sun, and an afternoon Worship & Message on the beach! Details on the logistics will be provided to those that register.

Made New...To Fulfill Our Purpose

God made us for a purpose. As we align ourselves properly with God, it allows him to reveal that purpose and empower us to live it out.

SUNDAY

·     Morning Worship for the Whole Congregation

Made New...To Live Courageously

God calls his children to live full and meaningful lives. When we live properly equipped, it allows us to stand against the flow of things that come to rob us of peace, joy, and meaning.



Free Irma Emotional Support Help Line Available

 

Wespath has offered the services of Optum, the Employee Assistance Provider (EAP) provider for HealthFlex. Optum has put together resources for natural disasters and makes them available to our Annual Conferences free of charge. You do not need to be covered by HealthFlex to use these services.

 

Optum is also offering a free emotional support help line for people impacted. This helpline will provide those affected access to specially trained mental health specialists. The company’s public toll-free help line number, 866-342-6892, will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for as long as needed. This service is free of charge and open to anyone in the impacted area: clergy, lay, spouses, retirees, church staff, and congregations.

 

Specially trained Optum mental health specialists help people manage their stress and anxiety so they can continue to address their everyday needs. Callers may also receive referrals to community resources to help them with specific concerns, including financial and legal matters.

 

Along with the toll-free help line, online help and information is available for emotional-support resources at www.liveandworkwell.com.

 

View the Important Communications Alert on liveandworkwell.com or select the Crisis Support drop down tab. It will allow you to enter anonymously and will ask you for an access code. Click on “I don’t know my access code” and it will bring you to a Provider page. Choose the provider “Optum Behavioral Health Employee” and it will bring you to a page with a link at the top to “Crisis Support”. Click on the link and choose“Disaster Planning and Recovery”.

For coping and resiliency resources, select the Life & Work tab > Well-Being > Coping.

SANLANDO CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CENTER

The Sanlando Christian Counseling Center is an outreach ministry of SUMC that has served Central Florida since 1998.  

Kay Van Der Heyden, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, works with adults and teens and provides individual, couples, pre-marital, and marriage counseling.

SCCC is dedicated to helping people build healthier relationships, make positive changes, cope with transitions and restore hope in their lives.  

Address: 1890 West State Road 434 Longwood, FL 32750
(Click Here For Directions)

Phone: 407-339-5324

Email: info@sanlandocounseling.com   ~ All Inquires strictly confidential