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"Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ." (Colossians 3:23-24)

courtyard services

Southland has out-of-door services every Sunday at 11am.  (Spanish Service too! @ 9am).  Here is how to join us safely. 

  • Bring your own chair if you like. We also have chairs clean and available. 
  • Wear masks in and out. Once you are in your space, feel free to remove as you are comfortable. 
  • We have Hand sanitation stations available too. 
  • Until we reach more vaccination and herd immunity, we are not touching others (shaking hands, etc.)  

If you have health-risks, have knowingly been exposed, or are symptomatic in any way, stay home and join us on Facebook LIVE.

Minding these guidelines will help everyone to not only
be safe, but to feel safe in coming to "in person" worship.  

Join us Easter

Easter at Southland is a celebration of the victory of Jesus Christ over the grave. Death no longer has a hold on the believer in Jesus Christ. 

Join us Easter for an outdoor celebration of the Risen Lord.  Pastor Jeff will bring a message on "Why Christ is Risen". 
  Our service will conclude with baptism of those who have become disciples of the Lord.   

If you would like to know more about baptism:


If you would like to be a candidate for baptism on Easter Sunday

Hit this link. 

Worship LIve-Streaming

English and Spanish Ministries are streaming, Sundays, LIVE on FACEBook during the Covid Crisis:  

English Sunday morning @11am: Here’s the link.

Spanish service morning @ 9am: Here's the link.

How we roll

Southland is a People of the whole Book.  Our "Christ on Every Page" is taking us through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation with 156 Bible stories over three years.  We are currently in the Gospels. 

“Christ is the sum of the whole Bible, prophesied, typified, prefigured, exhibited, demonstrated, to be found in every leaf, almost in every line, the Scriptures being but as it were the swaddling bands of the child Jesus."  Thomas Adams