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We’re spending a few weeks recapturing the power of an ancient Christian calling, exploring hospitality as the act that creates the conditions for someone else’s experience of belonging. It’s a calling on us as individuals and as a community, and it’s one that can make a difference in the world right now.

Ways to Get Connected

  • Get more information or submit your art for our Advent Guide. Submissions will be accepted from now until August 11 and is open to our local and long-distance community members who are artists or creatives of any kind.
  • We will be having a Sabbath Sunday on July 7th and, while we won’t have in-person gatherings or a podcast, we hope you will join us in entering into seasons of rest.
  • Give to our Care Fund or our Refugee Assistance Fund.
  • Keep an eye out for the conversation between Jason and Matt about Matt’s solidarity trip to Israel and Palestine with The Telos Group. The conversation will be available Tuesday, June 18th.
  • Help us finish our fiscal year strong by supporting the ongoing work of SBCC by giving to the general fund. 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
Teaching
June 2, 2024

Jason Miller

At the end of Paul’s letter to the Christians in Rome, he concluded with a long list of greetings for people there. What does this list of people have to do with us today?

Ways to Get Connected

  • If you’re looking for help to sort through questions surrounding the Bible and theology related to LGBTQ+ identity and inclusion, we encourage you to explore the two teachings we’ve had to explicitly talk about these topics:  A Sacred Conversation: Sexuality, and Male and Female God Created them…. Or listen to the Creating Safe Spaces for LGBTQ+ People Panel that we had last year.
  • Support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving to the general fund. 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
Teaching
May 26, 2024

Jason Miller

As Paul begins to wrap up his letter to the Christians in Rome, he reiterates his plea for them to accept one another as Christ has accepted them. What would happen if we took as seriously as Paul does the picture of God revealed in Jesus?

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Teaching
May 19, 2024

Jason Miller

In chapter 14 of Romans, Paul address head-on the differing convictions of two groups within the church. He charts a course for unity without agreement, and even if we may not be dealing with the same differences they were dealing with, his letter might offer us a way forward for the disagreements that threaten our unity, too.

This weekend, we joined together at the table through the practice of Eucharist. If you’d like to join us, grab

Ways to Get Connected

  • RSVP to a New to SBCC Table happening on June 2nd (12:15p in person) or June 3rd (8:30p EST via Zoom).
  • Support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving to the general fund. 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
Teaching
May 12, 2024

Jason Miller

In Romans 13, we’re confronted with a challenging passage. After spending most of the letter calling his readers to a radical, subversive way of being in the world, he then calls them to submit to the governing authorities. How do we wrestle with the questions this raises, and what’s our way forward in a world where God’s kingdom is so clearly at odds with all the other kingdoms we inhabit?

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Teaching
May 5, 2024

Jason Miller

Paul begins to describe patterns of love and hospitality that are challenging enough when we build a community with people like us, but that become radical and revolutionary when we consider their impact for our relationships across lines of difference.

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