Our return to Studebaker 112!

We’re coming back to Studebaker 112!

We’re thrilled to announce that we will soon be moving to Phase 2 in our plan to resume in-person gatherings! Phase 2 includes resuming weekly indoor gatherings in our home at Studebaker 112, and this phase will start on Sunday, May 2. We will remain masked and socially distanced in our main gathering areas and have limited capacity. We made this decision once again with great consideration for recommendations from local government, health officials, and medical professionals within our community.

Beginning May 2, gatherings will take place at 9 and 11 a.m. on Sundays, with Kids’ Ministry available for newborns through 5 year olds, and at 7 p.m. on Thursdays (beginning May 6, with no Kids’ Ministry). To help with our continued priority of keeping everyone safe, we will require registration for each gathering (watch for registration details coming soon!).

You can hear more about our transition to Phase 2 of resuming in-person gatherings in this video message from our lead pastor, Jason Miller.

Indoor gatherings at Studebaker 112
Beginning Sunday, May 2
Sundays at 9 & 11 a.m. (with Kids’ Ministry)
Thursdays at 7 p.m. (no Kids’ Ministry)

As a reminder, here is a description of what each phase of resuming in-person gatherings entails:

“How to Live in a New World” teaching series

Prior to resuming gatherings at Studebaker 112, we will continue to gather at Four Winds Field at 11 a.m. through the end of April (weather permitting). We hope to see you this Sunday, April 18, and next Sunday, April 25, as we continue our series on “How to Live in a New World.”

Our latest teaching, the first installment of the series, will be available via podcast and YouTube by tomorrow (Wednesday) morning!

Ways to contribute to our community
You can be a part of caring for and creating community at SBCC! From gatherings to tables to city and global initiatives, the opportunities to volunteer are many, especially as we look to resume gathering in Studebaker 112. If you’ve been looking to serve or get more connected, please consider signing up for information about our volunteer opportunities by filling out our volunteer interest form.
Volunteer opportunities include:
Care
(connect with those with specific needs)
Communion (serve at gatherings)
Greeting (direct parking or greet during gatherings)
Hospitality (brew and serve coffee for gatherings)
Kids’ Ministry (check-in or classroom help during gatherings)
Special Events
Student table mentor (work with middle or high school students)
Table leaders (facilitate adult group conversation)
Tech (assist with audio, lighting, or slides for gatherings)
Worship (musicians, vocalists, or readers for gatherings)
Volunteer interest form