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PLEASE READ: South Bend City Church has suspended all weekly gatherings in attempts to help curb the spread of COVID-19. While we are not meeting weekly in person, we are as committed as ever to being a community of grace and peace for our city and the world. To stay informed, you can check back here on our blog for …

We’re not always heroes

How we’re learning together through Lent This weekend, we’re starting a new teaching series for Lent: “We’re not always heroes.” It’s inspiring to look to the heroes of Scripture and imagine what we might have in common with them. But what about the villains? When we see characters in these stories who rebel against God, who work against love, who resist the truth, …

Our Lent reflection film is here!

Speak What Is True: A Guided Prayer for Lent Our Lent reflection film is available now for on demand viewing. We hope it is a helpful tool as we begin our journey through the Lenten season. You can find this film on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and our website! Speak What Is True: A Guided Prayer for Lent As we prepare for Holy …

Lent prayer & reflection hours begin tonight!

Lent prayer & reflection hours begin tonight! Join us TONIGHT for the first evening of our Lent practice, featuring reflection and prayer, the lighting of candles, and a contactless opportunity to receive communion. Capacity will be limited as needed in order to maintain social distancing and keep our community safe. Kids are encouraged to participate in the full prayer and reflection experience with their family! LENT …

Coming soon: A film for Lent

Lent prayer & reflection hours begin next week! Coming Soon: Lent reflection film We’re excited to be releasing another special film on Feb. 21 that will guide us through worship, teaching, reflection, and questions surrounding the Lent season. Keep an eye out for the film to be released via newsletter and social media (YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook) as well as posted on our website! Read …

Join us in reading “The Color of Compromise” this Lent

Join us in reading The Color of Compromise Throughout Lent, we are going to allow ourselves to be confronted with some of our personal shadows as well as some of the shadows looming in the world and in the church. We encourage you to purchase and read Jemar Tisby’s The Color of Compromise so we as a community might learn …

Coming soon: Lent prayer and reflection in 112

Lent prayer & reflection in Studebaker 112 Many of you took advantage of our prayer and reflection hours throughout Advent, and we’re offering a similar opportunity to gather safely for Lent. Beginning Thursday, Feb. 18, and Sunday, Feb. 21, our Lent practice will feature reflection and prayer, the lighting of candles, and a contactless opportunity to receive communion. Capacity will be limited as …

Tell us what you think!

We’d love to hear from you!  We’ve been through a lot in the past year! We’ve had ten months of suspended in-person gatherings in Studebaker 112, lots of virtual connections via social media and Zoom, and other ways we’ve tried to stay connected like neighborhood events, a tailgate, and open house hours. We have and will continue to try new ways to connect, learn, and be …

An update on how we’re navigating community during COVID-19

Winter 2021 update We want to continue to keep you updated on how we’re navigating COVID-19 as a community. Take a look at this message from our lead pastor, Jason Miller, on where we are and what to expect for the next few months! We miss you all and hope that we can soon gather in person as a community. As always, we will continue …

NEW: Virtual OPEN table starting soon!

Virtual Open table: Jump in once or weekly! We know connection with one another is more important now than ever, which is why we are offering a virtual open table every Thursday at 7 p.m. You can join us every week or jump in one time only if you are looking to connect with others from our community – no commitment …

Gospels for Epiphany: A new teaching series

Epiphany: The surprise of finding God in Jesus We’re starting the new year by observing the season of Epiphany. It’s about discovering the divine life of Jesus (and because of that discovery, finding God in our neighbors, our enemies, and ourselves). In addition to our weekly teachings, we’ll also be reading the four New Testament stories of Jesus — the …