Seaside, together we celebrate the fifth year of our STARS Summer Literacy and Enrichment Program which begins Monday, June 25th and closes at 11:00 AM on Friday, August 3rd. STARS is a six-week summer literacy and enrichment program offered to those rising second and third grade students who read below grade level at the
Imagine for just a moment that you are a kitten abandoned on the side of the road. A nice couple picks you up, but you find yourself terrified! They take you to this strange building, with cages and lots of other cats. At first, you are not sure what to think. Am I safe here?
On Thursday, March 29th our Seaside Preschool Students held their annual Easter Hat Parade, Easter Music Program and of course, Easter Egg Hunt! Click here to view some photos of this fun event!
We are so excited for this year’s Vacation Bible School, “Rolling River Rampage!” We get to spend an amazing week sharing the love of God with kids in our community while together we discover God’s love on the river of life! Dates for this year’s VBS are June 11-15, 9:00 a.m. – Noon. On Sunday,
Join us on Sunday, December 3 at 5:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall for this annual family event! We will gather together, sing some Christmas carols together, hear from some of our soloists and then simply enjoy some time of fellowship over appetizers and finger foods. This year, for the first time ever, we are
A Word From Stefanie Riley What do Dracula, Batman, Elsa, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles all have in common? They will all be here at Seaside next Wednesday! No, it is not an invasion, it is our Annual Harvest Festival. This event is one of Seaside’s largest outreach events in our community as
For the fourth year, Seaside United Methodist Church is hosting a six-week summer reading program for children. The 2017 program runs from June 26th through August 4th. With the strong financial support of the Duke Endowment and numerous local donors, STARS provides students at-risk of falling behind in reading and opportunity for intensive development of
Seaside’s Teddy Bear ministry hand makes soft cuddly bears which are then distributed to the Departments of Social Services and Public Safety. When children are caught up in a crisis, officers of these agencies keep the bears available to them to give to a frightened or anxious child. This February, the ministry team gathered for
Dear Parents, January has been a month of weather fluctuations. We have very cold days followed by warmer temperatures. As a result of the weather and the season, we have had children out of school due to colds, strep throat, ear infections, and the like. Thank you for letting your child remain home to recuperate