Tuesday, October 3, 6:30-8:15pm
at Southpoint’s Allen Park campus
There’s also a class on Thursday at the Trenton campus, with free childcare available – click here for that!

Learn how to eliminate your debt by joining Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University session on debt, for free, just show up.

More info – fpu.com or contact Keith Whitehouse (kwhitehouse@southpointccc.com or 734-284-5037)


Saturday, September 16 for the Trenton & Allen Park campuses.
Huron campus will schedule individually. (TR & AP will accommodate too, if needed.)

The Creative Arts Ministry is looking for people interested in being on the praise team! If you have vocal ability or play an instrument, get more info and sign up at the link below, and then we’ll be in touch to schedule your audition.


If you are more gifted with technology, we could use you as well. We need volunteers to be stage managers, run lights, cameras, and video. We provide full training for each area in production, so even if you are inexperienced but have a heart for the arts, you can give it a shot! See more info here.


Saturday, September 23, 10:00-11:30am
Allen Park & Trenton families will meet on their campuses
Huron families will meet at Miss Stacy’s house: 32331 King Rd, New Boston

Calling all elementary kids and parents! You’ve probably met your kid’s teacher, but have you met their Small Group Coach, the person leading your child spiritually at Southpoint this year? Come wearing your PJs and slippers for donuts and fun get-to-know-you games.

Questions? Contact Stacy (scollins@southpointccc.com or 734-675-7575)


Help our Congregational Care team ensure every Southpoint kid (K-12) has school supplies! Stop by the display in the lobby at any of our campuses, before or after services on the weekends July 29 thru August 20 to get connected.

TO GIVE: Pick up a tag from the basket at the display in the lobby, purchase the items listed, and bring them in by August 20.

TO RECEIVE: If you’re a regular attender of at least 6 months with a sincere need, fill out a registration form at the display in the lobby by August 20th, and you will be contacted.

For more information, contact Wendy Danville, Deacon (734-558-3654 or wendydanville@gmail.com).


Hey AP campus, we want to make a big impact in a specific group of people… and that is teachers! And specifically, teachers in Lincoln Park. And there’s no better way to show appreciation for them than to Mug-A-Teacher! That’s right we want every teacher in Lincoln Park to get a mug with some school supplies, candy, and a handwritten encouragement note. To let them know that there is a church that cares about them and values what they do. There are over 300 teachers in the district, so in order to do that we need your help. There are three ways you can help.

1. You can sign up to work at our Mug-A-Teacher booth in the Lincoln Park street fair August 25-27. We want to let the community know who we are and to invite the community to Mug-A-Teacher. Sign up now at mug.southpointccc.com to help!

2. You can donate highlighters, dry erase markers, good candy, pens, pencils, and sticky note pads. Just bring them in to the AP campus.

3. You can Mug-A-Teacher yourself. For $5 you will provide a teacher with a filled mug and you get to write a personal thank you on one of our Mug-A-Teacher cards. You can go to Info Central at AP before  to mug your teacher.

I guess a 4th way would be to do all 4. If everyone does something, we can make a huge impact by mugging every teacher in Lincoln Park!


Saturday, August 5
at All Three Southpoint Locations!

Allen Park & Trenton @ 7:30 pm with popcorn and snacks for sale
Huron @ 6:30 pm (with free popcorn for the kids, but cannot be taken into auditorium)

Based on Lee Strobel’s best-selling book, it’s a dramatic and heartfelt telling of a couple’s compelling journey; one a new Christian, the other a resolute atheist. This movie provides a unique and powerful opportunity for you to dig deeper into the evidence Strobel uncovered and applied to their own lives and faith in God. Whether you’re looking for faith, have lost faith along the way, or are strong in faith but desire to trust God more deeply, you’ll want to see this movie.

The deadline for childcare signups has passed. Trenton and Huron cannot take any more kids. But there’s more room at Allen Park – call Amber at 734-512-6261 to let her know if you need it. Please note: this movie is recommended for age 12 and over.

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Watch the movie trailer here:


Friday, June 16, 6-8pm
Allen Park & Trenton campuses

It’s time to celebrate and have some family fun as we partner with GoImpact360. There’s something for everyone in the family and even your friends. Water balloons, family interactive games, prize giveaways every 15 minutes, music, and a cookout. You bring the family and a blanket or camp chairs, and we’ll supply the FUN! If you don’t have a family, we’ll supply that too, so come anyway! You don’t want to miss it!

Watch this!


Help our Congregational Care team ensure every Southpoint family has an Easter ham and baskets for their children (ages 1-12). Stop by the display in  the lobby at any of our campuses, before or after services on the weekends March 11 thru April 2.

• Ham: Sign up at the display, then purchase and return the ham by April 2.
• Baskets: Choose a tag from the display and follow the instructions (copied below). Return items by April 2.

• Create your own or buy a pre-made Easter basket for the specified child. If there are no specific tags available, then please choose to create one for a boy or girl, in one of these age ranges: Toddler, 5-7, 8-10, or 11-12.
• Make sure it is wrapped in cellophane.
• Attach a tag to the basket to indicate boy/girl and age range.
• Bring all items in to Southpoint no later than Sunday, April 2, 2017.
• You also may just purchase bags of individually wrapped candy or small items to help fill additional baskets.

If you’re a regular attender of at least 6 months with a sincere need, fill out a registration form at the display in the lobby by April 2.

For more information, contact Wendy Danville, Deacon (734-558-3654 or wendydanville@gmail.com).