No gatherings July 11 & 14 (At-home liturgy practice)

Just a reminder that this week, we’re taking a break as a staff and as a community! There will be no gatherings on Thursday, July 11, and Sunday, July 14. In lieu of gatherings, we are providing an at-home liturgy option for you. This is an opportunity to engage in a practice that we can experience individually but also in unison with our community. We …

Coming up in July: Holiday & rest

Next month, we’re practicing rhythms of work and rest as a community through our gatherings. On Thursday, July 4, we’ll take the night off from our midweek gathering to give space for celebration and connection with friends and family. Then, the week following (July 11 & 14), we’re taking a break from gatherings altogether, as a staff and as a community. So many of you are …

Times are changing!

Earlier this week in our gatherings, we announced we’re changing our Sunday gathering times, beginning Memorial Day weekend, May 26! We are excited to be able to return to TWO GATHERINGS on Sundays, at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.We will also still have our Thursday gathering at 7:30 p.m. When we expanded to three Sunday gatherings last spring, we were being stretched …

Get to know us at Intro to SBCC

THIS SUNDAY, May 5, after the 11:45 a.m. gathering, we’re offering a chance to learn about our story, team, vision, and leadership. Our staff will be there to connect with you, and in addition to getting the download on who we are, you’ll be able to ask questions of staff and volunteer leaders. We’ll provide sandwiches so you can eat while we …

A special message from Jason Miller

Dear friends, One of the reasons we love our Studebaker home in the Renaissance District is the way it allows us to be a part of the shared life of our city, and this Sunday we’ll experience a memorable opportunity for that. You may have heard that Mayor Pete is holding a major campaign announcement event on Sunday afternoon. It …

Observing Lent: Learning together

This Lenten season, we’re diving in to a new series called, “Out of the Ashes – The Beauty Hiding in Our Most Difficult Experiences.” We begin this week with a celebration of the Eucharist (communion) during our gatherings and will continue this practice weekly until Easter. We’re looking forward to journeying together through this special season. We’re also offering an additional …

Scott the Painter at The Brick!

Scott the Painter (aka artist Scott Erickson) joins us this week for all of our gatherings as well as for a special night at The Brick on Friday, Feb. 8. Scott is the artist who created our new mantra illustrations. (see below) (Sushi, not fish stew; Everyone an icon; Practices, not performances; Fields, not factories) We hope you can join us! …

Advent: Gathering & giving

Practices for the Advent season This week in our gatherings, we began our Advent series. We reflected together on both the darkness and the light of this season. For our Advent practice this month, we’re entering into prayer and reflection each week, along with lighting a candle to help us in our prayers. This week, here’s the practice: Begin with the candle unlit …

Join us on the west side this Tuesday!

THIS Tuesday, Oct. 23, we won’t have a traditional gathering in our space. Instead, we’re meeting up  at 2910 W. Western Ave. (see map above), to explore the city’s west side! We’ll gather at 7 p.m. for a brief rundown on the west side neighborhood, then spread out to grab dinner at a restaurant of your choosing, enjoy some of the best ice …

It’s time to sign up for a Table!

Registration is now open for Tables, an intentional time of connecting with others in our community over a shared meal. Tables will meet regularly (about 2x a month) in homes or restaurants, with the goal of cultivating intentional conversation. There is no curriculum or homework, just open dialogue around these two questions: “Where are you?” and “What do you want?” If you’re looking …