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July 3, 2022
Today at SBCC we did not meet in person, but, instead, took this Sunday as a Sabbath. This allows staff, volunteers, and our community as a whole to rest — in line with our Fields, not Factories mantra. We have compiled a list of “essential” sermons — teachings that heavily influence our life together as a community — and some liturgies for you to listen or process through, in case you were looking for resources to accompany your Sabbath.
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April 17, 2022

Jason Miller

We are living in a time in which a lot of questions are being asked – questions centered around a seemingly broken world. Is this actually the way things are? Is evil the strongest, most powerful resource? Or does love truly win in the end? This Easter, we explore some of those questions and how they might actually be answered in the resurrection. At the beginning of today’s podcast, you will also hear some updates on our life together as a community. From the Tribune Project to our lead pastor’s sabbatical, we celebrated and prayed over our community and for the months and years ahead.  If you’d like to make a commitment to give to the Tribune Project over the next two years, head to https://southbendcitychurch.com/pursuing-our-new-home/.
Update
April 10, 2022
As we come to the final week of commitments for the Tribune Project, we’re at a fork in the road, with a a couple of different possible futures ahead for the project. If you’d like to know where we stand and how you can help, check out this brief update from our lead pastor, Jason Miller. If you’d like to make a commitment to give to the project over the next two years, head to southbendcitychurch.com.
Update
April 3, 2022
Over the next few weeks we will have conversations with members of our SBCC family and community leaders about the Tribune Project, as well as provide updates on the financial commitments made so far. This weekend, we had the chance to hear a conversation between Jason and Willow Weatherall. Willow was instrumental in bringing SBCC to our current home at Studebaker. Today she serves as Executive Director of Downtown South Bend, Inc, and she shared a unique perspective with us on our move to the Tribune. To learn more about the Tribune Project or to make a financial commitment, head to southbendcitychurch.com. If you have any questions, concerns, hopes, or dreams for the building, email info@southbendcitychurch.com – we would love to hear from you.
Update
March 27, 2022
Over the next few weeks we will have conversations with members of our SBCC family and community leaders about the Tribune Project, as well as provide updates on the financial commitments made so far. This weekend, we had the chance to hear a conversation between Jason and Dr. Angela Logan. Dr. Logan is the St. Andre Bessette Academic Director of the Master of Nonprofit Administration at the University of Notre Dame and is also a member of the SBCC community. She and Jason talk about joyful giving as well as her personal discernment process when it came to contributing to this project. To learn more about the Tribune Project or to make a financial commitment, head to southbendcitychurch.com. If you have any questions, concerns, hopes, or dreams for the building, email info@southbendcitychurch.com – we would love to hear from you.

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