June 17, 2018

Greeters and Ushers

Our greeters and ushers welcome visitors and regular attenders to SVCC each Sunday.  Would you like to serve in this way?  We have a few openings for ushers and greeters right now. 

Please contact Leon Gattis, (360) 978-4745.


Greeters and Ushers Meeting

There will be a meeting for greeters and ushers next Sunday (June 24) between the first and second services, in the south end of the fellowship hall.  If you serve as a greeter or usher, please be sure to attend.


Onalaska Kids Camp 2018

We have a wonderful opportunity to engage with our commission as Christians to "make disciples" by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with children right here in our community. 

The Onalaska Kids Camp (VBS) is THIS WEEK and there are many ways for us to participate; from donations to decorations to leading children in activities...let us come  together all for the glory of God!

Please contact Summer Phillips for more info.

 324-8615 or


Farewell Pot Luck

Dave & Brenda Smith are moving to Spokane in July.  We would like to honor them with a farewell pot luck on Sunday, July 8th following the 2nd service. 

Brenda has been very involved in our church family with the former youth group, mission trips and the Go TEAM. Dave has taught in the Onalaska School system for decades  Brenda has been an occupational therapist in the local schools.

Women's Retreat Work Scholarships

SVCC is partnering with SAFE Family Ministries to provide work scholarships to our ladies who desire to attend Women’s Retreat! SVCC will credit $15 per hour to each person’s account up to the cost of the retreat.

What a great opportunity to bless and support the women and ministry of SAFE while being blessed yourself!

Work Scholarship “jobs” at SAFE:

  • Office Work
  • Sorting Donations
  • Yard/Garden Work
  • Cleaning
  • Organizational Event Planning
  • Driving Residents to Appointments

Call Shirley at SAFE to schedule: 360-740-1001

Or for more info call Sarah Crow at: 360-523-0901



Hallmarks of SVCC

Our Church Motto

Teaching and living the truth of God’s grace.


Our Church Purpose Statement

SVCC has a vision to minister three realities near and far.  We aim to be a place:

  • where sin-prone, sin-bound people regularly experience God’s grace, so that they might be saved and eagerly grow in Christ.
  • where grace-loved people are trained to apply relevant biblical truth, so that grace rebuilds lost foundations of spiritual, personal, family, and community life.
  • where grace-loved and truth-trained people gratefully pass along the good things in Christ that they’ve received so that the chain of grace continues unbroken.


Our Church Covenant

  • We commit ourselves, by the grace of God
  • to build up our fellow Christians.
  • to be active participants in congregational life.
  • to guard the unity and purity of the church.
  • to advance the mission of the church.


Our Church Mission Statement

Our mission is Christ’s mission – extending his kingdom by sending out his people to reach the world with his gospel.  This will be done:

  • by equipping our members to become effective disciple-makers in their personal sphere of influence.
  • by planting disciple-making churches in Lewis County, and
  • by adopting an unreached people group and laboring to see them won to Christ.