SEBASTIAN – Coastal Community Church is celebrating its fifth anniversary this Sunday, April 17 at 10 a.m. during the regular worship service at Sebastian River Middle School.
Heartwarming and humorous stories will be shared about Coastal’s short history.
Sebastian Mayor Jim Hill will also address the congregation during the service. All are invited.
“We began with just dreams of loving our community in extravagant ways,” said Pastor Seth Goldsmith. “We dreamed of a church where everyone felt welcome, no matter where life had taken them. Five years later, we are thrilled with the reality of a growing church that is on a mission to love people the way that God loves.”
Coastal Community Church serves its community by discounting gasoline during an event called a Gas Buydown, hosting free block parties, Christmas Eve in the Park and building homes and wheel chair ramps for the needy and elderly.
This summer, the church is also partnering with Crossroads Christian Fellowship to send a mission team to Uganda, Africa, to build a school for needy and orphaned children.
The church began meeting at Pastor Seth Goldsmith’s Fellsmere home in late 2005 and then launched publicly April 16, 2006. The church now meets in the auditorium of Sebastian River Middle School at 10 a.m. Sundays.
The new congregation has grown from about 15 to over 120 over the course of the five years.
For more information about Coastal Community Church visit www.SebastianChurch.com or call (772) 202-0121.