Where and When

Our worship service begins at 10:30am every Sunday. We are located at 15500 S. 73rd. Ave. in Orland Park.
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Ministries / Programs

Check out our midweek and other programs and ministries out side of Sunday services.
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Kids Church

While you are in service, the kids have their own church! SB Kids is fun, safe, and highly organized.
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This Sunday, January 24th, 10:30am

By Staff in : Church News // Jan 20 2016
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This Sunday, January 24th, 10:30am

With 2016 being a political year, we all have a little trepidation about what the new government will be like. In Daniel chapter 2, that question is asked and answered for the ages. The king has a bizarre dream involving a great statue. In his interpretation of the dream, Daniel defines two great governments to […]

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This Sunday, January 17th, 10:30am

By Staff in : Church News // Jan 11 2016
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This Sunday, January 17th, 10:30am

What are we really after in life? Money? Power? Relationships? Many people have all that and they are miserable. Aren’t we really after the ability to be at peace and content? We describe people who have these things as blessed by the Lord. In Isaiah 61, the Bible describes how each year can be a […]

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This Sunday, January 10th, 10:30am

By Staff in : Church News // Jan 7 2016
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This Sunday, January 10th, 10:30am

In Acts chapter 3, the Apostle Peter is confronted by a crippled beggar asking for change. Completely broke, Peter gives the beggar something infinitely more valuable: complete healing. He rises up and walks! The lesson carried into 2016 is this: our greatest need is wholeness, not money. The church’s greatest asset is the power of […]

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This Sunday, January 3rd, 10:30am

By Staff in : Church News // Dec 29 2015
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This Sunday, January 3rd, 10:30am

Happy New Year from all of us at Southbridge Church! Looking forward to 2016, we ask ourselves what the coming year will bring. In doing so, we tend to look back at the good years and the not-so-good years. What made some new years better than others? Frequently the answer is that we experienced God’s […]

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