What's Happening NOW

Sugarloaf has gone digital!  Please be sure to check out the kid's and student pages to see how to connect with them. Check out the Sunday Services tab to hear our messages online and more.  Our adult groups are meeting via zoom during this time so bible studies are small groups are still on.   Remember WE ARE THE CHURCH, just because the building is closed does not mean we can't still worship and praise God.  So check out our page for Sunday Services and below for how you can grow and serve.


All on campus activities will not be held at this time.  All groups will move to an online platform.  We want you to be able to connect with your grow groups.  You will have the opportunity to meet with your group in some creative and less conventional ways at this time.  We know groups are a vital part of your week to connect, be encouraged, get into the Word and to pray together .Now you have an opportunity for you to connect.

Your Grow Group leader will be in contact with you in the upcoming week about meeting on our online platform.  We know what God can use this technology in amazing ways for us to continue to connect with each other.

If you are not connected to a group at this time and would like more information, or to be connected to a group, please email us at growgroups@sugarloaf.org.

How can we be of service?

With all the uncertainty in our world, how can we best be of help to each other & our community?

First of all, prayer is so important.  

Second, look for ways to give back - nothing means more than a phone call, text, or even good old fashioned snail mail to let others know they are loved and cared about during difficult times.

Consider doing a food drive in your neighborhood and making a drop off to your local co-op or even volunteering at the co-op.  They all need help right now.

Also since we are a church that loves to serve, let's remember those less fortunate than ourselves.  Our local co-ops all are in need of items and also volunteers to help give out food.  Many of our co-ops have all relied on retired folks for a long time as volunteers.   Since this population needs to stay inside, all 3 local co-ops are looking for any volunteer help they can get.  Most are open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-2 but this inforation is subject to change.

Duluth Co-op

3395 Fox Street, NW

Duluth, GA  30096


Check website for current days & hours of operation

Current needs: Canned veggies, Diaper size 5, bar soap, canned tuna, instant milk, powered milk, tea, boxed pasta.  To see the full list check out their website.

Norcross Co-op

500 Pinnacle Court

Suite 510

Norcross, GA  30071


Check website for current days & hours of operation

Most needed items: Canned tuna & chicken, canned fruit, peanut butter & jelly, rice, cereal, crackers, soup, canned fruit.  To see the full list check out their website.

North Gwinnett Co-op

4395 Commerce Drive

Buford, GA  30518


Check website for current days & hours of operation

Most needed items: Cereal, crackers/cookies/chips, canned pasta, instant mashed potatoes, spaghetti sauce, Hamburger Helper.  To see the full list check out their website.

Pueblo Pintado Mission Trip

Want to learn more about our ongoing mission trip to Pueblo Pintado, New Mexico?

SUMC has been ministering to the needs of the Navajo for over 15 years now.  We are the only church that consistently goes out to serve the Navajo Indians in New Mexico.  We provide all sorts of ways you can be involved while we are out there.  Some of the many ways to participate include VBS, Women's Bible Studies, Men's Bible Studies, Sports Camps, Senior center, construction, community night and much more.

To read more about FAQ's click here.

Who can go?  Anyone regardless of age can go, you will not be together most of the time but will be serving in different areas of ministry on the trip.

When is it? The trip this year is July 11 - 19, 2020 and we normally travel via group travel usually on Delta Airlines.  Some families choose to drive and some use air miles also.