Helping people with both physical and spiritual needs is one of the most central priorities of the family at the Canyon. As a result, we are actively involved in missions on both a local level and on a global level. Furthermore, we continually evaluate the allocation of our resources to ensure we are giving to the best of our abilities. In addition, each Sunday morning Equip class is encouraged to find an area of ministry to get involved within the community.
Organizations with whom we have recently partnered:
The City of Dripping Springs
Galveston Urban Missions, Galveston, TX
Valley Baptist Mission Education Center, Harlingen, TX
Mission Arlington, Arlington, TX
North American Mission Board- Power Plant
Rachel Sims Baptist Mission, New Orleans, LA
Montana Creek Baptist Church, Talkeetna, Alaska
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
Southern Baptist Convention
We believe that it is our responsibility to be the hands and feet of the gospel, to the ends of the earth. Accordingly, we support global missions through financial contributions, and by hosting several mission trips.
We currently work with the following people/organizations:
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
Feed the Kingdom: Namanga School Project (Kenya, East Africa)
Missionaries in China
Carribbean Christian Center for the Deaf- Jamaica
Missionaries in Mexico
Children’s & Youth
The Children’s and Youth Ministries utilize a large number of volunteers. If you are interested in helping in any way, whether it is through hands on volunteering such as working in the nursery and helping facilitate Canyon Kids Worship, or through planning, visioning and writing curriculum, there is room for you!
Committee & Team Service
Committee/ Team Service
Find your place of service in one of our committees.
BUILDING AND PLANNING • Serves the church in the matters related to the administration of buildings and grounds. Its work includes such areas as maintaining all church properties for ready use and recommending policies regarding the use of properties.
FINANCE • Exists to consistently steward the church’s funds and to encourage and to assist others in developing a life of personal financial faithfulness.
HOSPITALITY • The Hospitality Committee acts as the hosts or hostesses of the church. Their duties include helping organize and host other church-wide functions which require assistance.
MASTER PLAN • Exists to create an overall plan and rough working footprint for the development of facilities for SCBC and to recommend the next phase of building expansion.
MISSIONS • Provides leadership for the mission effort of the church and recommends to the Finance Committee the allocation of funds for local, state, and foreign missions. This committee also recommends community and worldwide mission projects to the church, and it conducts, establishes, or coordinates such mission efforts. Further, the Missions Committee assists various church organizations in specific mission projects.
MUSIC AND WORSHIP • The role of the Music and Worship Committee is to partner with the Associate Pastor for Worship in the exploration of creative and innovative avenues through which we can enhance the Sunday morning worship experience at SCBC. In addition, the committee offers a healthy evaluation of elements within Sunday morning worship, and seeks to promote worship as a lifestyle within the church body through a variety of means.
NOMINATING • The Nominating Committee presents to the church for election all who accept the invitation to serve. This committee shall nominate persons to fill all offices specifically assigned to it by this Constitution and others that may be assigned to it by the church for election.
OUTREACH • The Outreach Committee is charged with enhancing SCBC’s outreach ministry to the unchurched in our community. This committee shall develop and oversee a regular visitation program to those who visit SCBC, in addition to developing and implementing tools/programs to reach and connect church members with new and prospective members.
PERSONNEL • The Personnel Committee is responsible for recommending the employment of all paid workers in the church other than the Pastor and ministerial staff. In addition, the committee helps evaluate all church employees.
PRESCHOOL AND CHILDREN • The Preschool/Children’s Committee shall provide support, advice and prayer to the Children’s Coordinator. The committee will aid with budgeting, policies, and ministries within the preschool/children’s department. The goal of this committee is to help insure a healthy Christian education and growth for children as well as their families.
PUBLICITY • The Publicity Committee shall develop and implement tools/programs to increase the visibility of SCBC and to develop ways to publicize the ministries of SCBC in the surrounding community.
TECHNOLOGY • The Technology Committee assists in the development, purchasing, maintenance and oversight of all the audio/visual, technology and media ministries of the church.
Music & Worship
Read more to discover all ways in which volunteers of all ages can develop their gifts and serve God by using their talents here at Sunset Canyon…
Worship Team • We seek to utilize the many gifts of our members. Whether your instrument is the piano, tuba, trumpet, flute, guitar, mandolin, voice, or anything in between, you are encouraged to make your talents known. There are ongoing opportunities for musicians of varying experience to accompany the Adult Choir or to help lead in worship. Contact the office for more information.
Adult Choir • Our Adult Choir is a tremendously fun group of adults who have varying degrees of musical experience, but who share a common desire to develop their gifts and use them for God’s glory. Whether you have a music degree or can’t read music at all, you are welcome to join with the adult choir as we learn and prepare a variety of anthems to sing for our Maker. No auditions necessary!
Handbell Ensemble • Our handbell choir practices in Room 105 each Wednesday night during the school year. Contact Michele Webb or the church office for more information.
51:15 (Youth Choir) • 51:15 is our student worship ministry, open to all students from 6th-12th grade. The group’s name comes from Psalm 51:15, which states, “O Lord, open my mouth and my lips will declare Your praise.” 51:15 exists to give students an opportunity to learn about and lead in worship, and encourages students to view worship as a lifestyle. In addition to singing and playing instruments, 51:15 members join in serving others through weekend trips and a summer mission tour.
Children’s Music • In the fall semester, our children work on a Christmas musical to present each December, complete with costumes, drama, choreography, solos, etc. This group meets on Wednesday nights during the TouchPoint hour (6:30-7:30). Check the calendar for the Christmas musical presentation. Each summer, we offer a week long Music Camp for completed 1st-5th graders. At the end of the week, the kids present a full-length musical and enjoy a dessert fellowship afterword. Check the calendar for dates and cost.