Sertoma's New Home

Learn more about Sertoma's new building!

We have a new home!

We're so excited to announce that the Sertoma Campus has a brand new permanent location! We've signed a lease for a space near 41st Street and I-29 on the west side of Sioux Falls!

We'll now have a sanctuary that seats 400, a great entryway and kids area, spaces that are perfect for large groups to meet—really, we can't imagine a better place to call home for Sertoma.

A few key dates to know:

  • Dec. 11: New Campus Vision Night
  • Dec. 23: First Sunday at Sertoma!

Yep, you read that right, we're hoping to have our first Sunday at the new campus before Christmas! God has some amazing things in store this season, and we can't wait to see what He'll continue to do here at Embrace and the Sertoma Campus.

Join the launch team!

Want to be part of what we're doing at the new Sertoma Campus? Join the launch team! From painting and moving furniture to prayer and helping spread the word, we've got a way for anyone to help!

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New Building FAQ

Where is the new campus?

The new Sertoma campus will be located at 3211 S Shirley Avenue.

How big is the new campus?

Embrace will occupy 12,000 square-feet of the building. The space includes a sanctuary that seats up to 400 people, a large lobby area, and plenty of rooms for eKids classrooms and large group gathering spaces.

Why is the Sertoma Campus leaving Memorial Middle School?

Embrace has been looking for a permanent space for some time and needed to find another location by the end of next summer. It’s really the perfect location at the perfect time.

When will services at the new building begin?

The first service in the new building will be Sunday, December 23 at 10 a.m. Two services will also be held on Christmas Eve at 3 and 4 p.m.

Will the name of the campus change?

No - the campus will keep it’s “Sertoma” name. The word ‘Sertoma’ actually means service to mankind.

How can I help?

There will be many opportunities to help prepare the space before the launch, including assembling furniture and painting. If you’re interested in helping, reach out to Jacob Lewis (