Sen. Tim Scott: 5 things to know about this SC senator and 2024 presidential candidate

The multi-campus Seacoast Church's location in North Charleston, South Carolina.
The multi-campus Seacoast Church's location in North Charleston, South Carolina. | Screenshot: Google Maps
3. Member of Seacoast Church

While Scott drew upon his faith in a video that coincided with his campaign announcement Monday, he did not explicitly declare which church he belonged to. As indicated on the biography on his U.S. Senate webpage, Scott is a member of Seacoast Church of Charleston.

The church’s website describes the community as a group of “more than 14,000 attending every week at our 13 campuses.” The multi-campus church characterizes its vision as an effort to “reach unchurched people by speaking the language of the modern culture, and provide a place that encourages non-believers to investigate Christianity at their own pace.”

“We approach the historical Christian faith in a contemporary, unconventional way,” the church adds. “We’ve created a seeker-sensitive atmosphere that aims to welcome all people, no matter where they are in their spiritual journey.” 

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Seacoast Church is a member of the Association of Related Churches, a “cooperative of independent churches from different denominations, networks, and backgrounds who strategically resource church planters and pastors to help them reach people with the message of Jesus.” Greg Surratt, the founding pastor of Seacoast Church, is also a founder of the ARC.

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