Praying For Husbands
This is a video clip of the kind of intercession that goes forth at SCF for men.
Young Leaders of SCF
On 5th Sundays, the youth lead the service.
Pastor Eddie Mason Sermon Excerpt
Powerful messages are delivered during Sunday services and midweek.
Celebrating Our Lord
David's Army & Young Women of Virtue dance to Hosanna!
SCF Women's Fellowship
Women of all ages gathered to fellowship at SCF.
SCF Women's Fellowship
The women of SCF regularly gather to encourage, edify and strengthen one another.
SCF Congregation
Sunday service at SCF begins at 10:30am EST every Sunday.
Standing for Revival
Pastor Eddie Mason is leading SCF toward a corporate revival.
IGNITE Student Ministry
The student ministry of SCF leads worship on the 5th Sunday of every month.
Celebrating Our Young People
Southside Christian Fellowship's pastors and elders pray for and prophesy over the children of the church.
At Southside Christian Fellowship , we use the shofar during celebratory worship. We do not believe there is anything mystical or magical about the shofar. We simply are using it as an expression of worship; During the blowing of the shofar there can be very distinct sounds:


    * Tekiah - one long, straight blast

    * Shevarim - three medium, wailing sounds

    * Teruah - nine quick blasts in short succession


Tekiah is the sound of the King's coronation. And now, the shofar proclaims to ourselves and to the world: God is our King. It isn't enough that Christ is MY King alone. If ALL humanity doesn't recognize Christ as King, then there is something lacking in my own relationship with the Father. Part of my love for Jesus is to help guide all people to an appreciation of Him.


Shevarim - three medium, wailing blasts - is the sobbing heart, yearning to connect and to grow. Every Christian has the potential to change and be great. This can be accomplished much faster than you ever dreamed of. Don't let yourself be constrained by the past. You know you have enormous potential. At the moment the shofar is blown, we cry out to God from the depths of the soul. This is the moment when our souls stand before the Almighty in an open heaven.


Teruah - nine quick blasts in short succession - resembles an alarm clock, arousing us from our spiritual slumber. The shofar brings clarity, alertness, and focus to our call as Christians. God wants us to make an honest effort to maximize and utilize the gifts He gave us. You aren't expected to be anything you're not. But you can't hoodwink God, either.


The shofar was sounded:

    * As an instrument of proclamation, announcing the presence or coming of the Lord (Exodus 19:19)

    * To praise God (Psalm 98:6)

    * As an early warning siren (Numbers 10:9)

    * To assemble the people, to assemble the troops (Nehemiah 4:20)

    * To call God's people to worship Him (Isaiah 26:13)

    * At the swearing of an oath to God (II Chronicles 15:14)

    * In the midst of battle (Zechariah 9:14)

    * To announce the beginning of festivals (Leviticus 25:9-10)




At the return of Jesus, the Messiah. "For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with a voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the Lord. Therefore comfort one another with these words." (I Thessalonians 4:16-18 NKJV)