Church at Home
Continuing to be a community of grace and peace for our city and the world during the season of COVID-19
CHRISTMAS EVE AT HOME
This year, we've produced a special Christmas Eve film for on-demand at-home viewing. To accompany this film, we've also put together a Christmas Eve kit (one per household) that we hope will bring a little bit of what you might experience in person at an SBCC Christmas Eve gathering right into your home. These kits are free, but you do need to reserve one by filling out this form by Dec. 13.
If you'd like to help offset the cost of these kits, which will include special items such as a custom designed Christmas ornament and candles, please consider a donation to our Christmas 2020 Fund.
CHRISTMAS 2020 FUND
Please consider a donation toward our Christmas 2020 Fund if you'd like to contribute toward any of this year's giving initiatives:
Church community (Christmas Eve film; Christmas Eve at-home kits; support for our general fund through COVID)
City (Advent prayer & reflection space; support for foster care and adoption)
World (Church global network; Telos peacemaking scholarships)
You can visit our giving page to donate online or mail a check to P.O. Box 1578, South Bend, IN 46634. Be sure to designate your giving to "Christmas 2020 Fund."
We are grateful for your continued generosity toward our joint efforts to be a community of grace and peace for our city and the world!
ADVENT AT STUDEBAKER 112
From Nov. 30 to Dec. 24, we will open up our space at Studebaker 112 for Advent prayer & reflection open-house style during the following hours:
Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-1 p.m
Monday-Thursday 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Our prayer & reflection time will be centered around Scott Erickson's book "Honest Advent" (you can order a copy here) and will feature images from the book as well as scripture.
If you pre-ordered a copy of "Honest Advent" from us, you can pick it up during these prayer & reflection hours. Donations to our Christmas 2020 fund to help cover costs can be made here.We will observe recommended masking and social distancing protocol and limit capacity.
SBCC WEEKLY AT HOME
While we remain physically distant to protect ourselves and others from the risks of COVID-19, we still have a number of ways to stay connected as a community:
• Tune in to our weekly teaching podcast, which you can find on iTunes, Spotify, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts.
• Catch our weekly teaching videos that serve as a supplement to the message shared via podcast (posted on Vimeo).
• Sign up for our e-newsletter here to stay informed of the latest teachings, events and updates.