Vision
September 26, 2021

SBCC and the Future Possibilities of Where We Call Home

Jason Miller

This week we opened up an important conversation about the place SBCC calls home. We moved into Studebaker 112 in 2017 as renters, and while we have loved our home and flourished there, we’ve also begun evaluating the wisdom of renting versus owning. In this episode you’ll hear us talk about those questions and share a possibility that we’ve been exploring that would allow us to own a building. As you listen, you’ll notice that we shared some visual resources during the gathering to help illustrate the possibilites we’re considering. If you’d like access to a video version of the presentation that includes those resources, email us at info@southbendcitychurch.com and we’ll share the link. We also invited feedback on this conversation, and we’d love to hear from you. You can email the same address with any thoughts, concerns, hopes, or questions you have.

This week we opened up an important conversation about the place SBCC calls home. We moved into Studebaker 112 in 2017 as renters, and while we have loved our home and flourished there, we’ve also begun evaluating the wisdom of renting versus owning. In this episode you’ll hear us talk about those questions and share a possibility that we’ve been exploring that would allow us to own a building. As you listen, you’ll notice that we shared some visual resources during the gathering to help illustrate the possibilites we’re considering. If you’d like access to a video version of the presentation that includes those resources, email us at info@southbendcitychurch.com and we’ll share the link. We also invited feedback on this conversation, and we’d love to hear from you. You can email the same address with any thoughts, concerns, hopes, or questions you have.

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