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South Venice Baptist Church

While it is true we are saving a little on utilities and other things during this time of social distancing and isolation, the church continues to be the church, reaching out in worship and ministry, and offerings are important. Besides, offerings are not about giving to the church, anyway. Offerings are giving in re-response to God’s generosity and love toward us. We give generously because God is generous.

 

These are times when many people are looking to the church and other organizations for help because they are out of work due to shutdowns and cutbacks. We want to be able to continue and even increase our church’s support of local organizations that are meeting those needs. We can be the church by fulfilling Jesus’ mandate in Matthew 25 to reach out to ‘the least of these.’

Ways you can donate:

You can give with a credit card or debit card if that is more convenient for you simply click here

Mail in your gift. If you have church offering envelopes, they are ready for mailing. Just add your gift and a stamp, and your offering is on its way. Otherwise, use the address below.

If you do online banking, your bank likely has a way to transfer funds directly to the church, using the church phone number or email address

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South Venice Baptist Church

3167 Englewood Rd.

Venice FL 34293

941-93-0022

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Beginning Sunday, March 22, we started broadcasting South Venice Baptist Church’s worship service on Facebook. Since the Governor just issued a Stay at Home order for all non-essential workers and businesses, we will not be able to broadcast our worship live from the sanctuary on Sundays for the rest of the month. I will be recording video of Scriptures and sermons, and we will add music and post it at the regular time on Sunday mornings. It will be on at the usual 10:45 a.m. time. The Praise Team and Pastor will lead an abbreviated service of scriptures, prayers, music and sermon. A bulletin will be emailed to you Saturday, so you can have your Bible close by and follow along with the service, just as you normally do.


If you are on Facebook, make sure you go the church’s page and click on the ‘Like’ or ‘Follow’ button. Then you will receive notices any time there is a post on the page, or when we go live.
If you are not on Facebook, this is a good time to sign up. It’s easy, and free. (And if you’re not sure how to do that, do what I do and ask a younger person – like your kids or grandkids!) We have also created a Youtube channel and are uploading the service there as well. I know, we have all heard stories about the abuse of social media. But this is a time that it can be a blessing to you and to our church, and this method will allow us to be together, even when we are apart.

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