Liturgy

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Liturgy
May 12, 2024

Mariah Keener

This weekend in our gatherings, we took some time to reflect on the lament of Psalm 130 and the laments in our community. As a community that holds tension, we balance the hope some of us have while honoring the pain and journeys of others. Whether you’re near or far, we hope this time offers a chance for you to breathe, lament, and be held by this community.

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Liturgy
April 28, 2024

Mariah Keener

In our gatherings on April 28, we took some time to enter into the practices of singing, reading the Lectionary text, and we opened up the two practice spaces in the Tribune. Using 1 John 4 as a guide, we centered ourselves on the love of the Divine and how that should compel us to be love in the world.

Liturgy
April 21, 2024

Mariah Keener

This weekend, before continuing our series in Romans, we took some time to engage in some practices during our liturgy. We sang together, entered into a breath prayer together, and prayed a Prayers of the People together; honoring the loss and emptiness of Winter and the hope that comes with Spring.

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LiturgyReflection
March 29, 2024

This Good Friday, we invite you to join us to reflect on the gift of God’s love for us and for the world. This brief episode offers the same songs and readings that we shared when we gathered in person in South Bend. You may want to grab some bread and a cup of juice or wine before you listen – we’d love to share this Good Friday Eucharist with you, wherever you are.

Ways to Get Connected

  • Join us for Good Friday (March 29 at 12p) or Easter (March 31 at 8:30, 10, or 11:30).
  • Participate in the Stations in the Street throughout Downtown South Bend. For a map and more information, head to our website.
  • RSVP to the New to SBCC Table happening on April 7th at 12:15p.
  • Support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving to the general fund or the Tribune Project. South Bend City Church is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax-deductible. Make sure to select the correct fund when giving.
Liturgy
December 10, 2023

Kierre Bjorn Lindsay

During this season, we are taking some time in our gatherings to follow the liturgical calendar and spend some time in the traditional themes of Advent. This weekend we centered ourselves on the theme of peace through song, reading, and candle lighting. Wherever you are over the next month we hope that this liturgies offer the time to pause and reflect this holiday season.

We had the opportunity to welcome a new friend, Kierre Bjorn, as he led us this weekend. Kierre is the Central Worship Pastor at Celebration Church and a singer-songwriter who has worked with Common Hymnal, Housefires, Maverick City Music, and more.

During this season, we are taking some time in our gatherings to follow the liturgical calendar and spend some time in the traditional themes of Advent. This weekend we centered ourselves on the theme of hope through song, reading, and candle lighting. Wherever you are over the next month we hope that this liturgies offer the time to pause and reflect this holiday season.

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