The road back to Studebaker 112

The latest on our plan for in-person gatherings

We are so excited for outdoor, socially distant gatherings to resume Sundays at 11 a.m. beginning on Easter, and we wanted to let you know our plan for resuming in-person gatherings indoors in our home in Studebaker 112! While we are still determining the exact timeline for returning to Studebaker 112, we are making plans for what each phase will look like, as described above.
We’ll begin with Phase 1, our outdoor gatherings at Four Winds Field. Phase 2will bring us back to Studebaker 112, with limited capacity and registration for Thursday and Sunday gatherings as well as masks and social distancing indoors. We look forward to Phase 3, when all restrictions are lifted and we can resume coffee service indoors and unlimited capacity for both adults and kids!

As always, we are consulting with local health officials and health professionals within our community, and we’re keeping an eye on overall COVID case numbers, hospital capacity, and vaccine availability. More details will follow, and you can always keep up to date on the latest information via our newsletter or our website. If you have any questions on these phases, please don’t hesitate to contact us at

This week: Shannan Martin on Jonah

Our friend Shannan Martin is with us again this week as we continue our series, “We Are Not Always Heroes.” Shannan is a local speaker and author who joined us last year to talk about “The Ministry of Ordinary Places.” This week we’ll learn about Jonah. Is the book of Jonah a simple story about the consequences of disobedience? Or is there a deeper message there about our contempt for others and the difficulty of loving our enemies? We hope you’ll catch this teaching via podcast or video, available this weekend!