As pastors Jeanne & Jarrett share in the video, we are as committed as ever to the Ready For More vision, yet we are pausing for now in order to hold the balance of believing in the vision God gave us while also being sensitive to an ever-changing reality in a hurting world. We are prayerfully discerning next steps and will update you as soon as possible.
As we look back on the story of our church, one phrase comes to mind: “Only God!” God has provided for us above and beyond our wildest dreams. And as we look ahead at where God is leading us, we sense yet again that He is calling us out into greater faith. He is inviting us to make room for more people to find and follow Jesus.
Starting Soul City Church has changed our lives forever. We are not the same people we once were. We are beyond grateful to God for the privilege of being a part of this great faith adventure. And we believe that every follower of Jesus deserves the opportunity to experience the same.
We are inviting you to join with us, and with God, as we expand the vision and ministry potential of our church. We believe God has given us the vision to launch two new Soul City churches over the next two years—one to the west and one to the north. We sense He is inviting us to build a House of Hope at our West Loop church to provide a safe and sacred space for help, hope and healing for people inside and outside the walls of Soul City Church. And we believe God is inviting us to develop a Soul City Studio to create new resources to be shared with you and others around the world.
Our greatest desire for Ready for More is to see our church grow closer with God by praying bigger prayers than we’ve ever prayed before. Our hope is to see your faith grow like never before as you partner with God in this great faith adventure.
Jarrett & Jeanne Stevens
Founding & Lead Pastors
Soul City Church
As you go to God in prayer, use this three-step, faith-forming process:
Are you ready to take the next step?
Fill out the digital commitment card and start your faith raising journey as we declare together we're Ready for More!
Your transformation is the primary goal of Ready for More.
Our desire is for everyone at Soul City Church to see their faith grow through praying bigger and bolder prayers than ever before. Our hope is for you to experience the goodness and faithfulness of God as we delcare together that we are READY FOR MORE!
Raising $9 million over the next two years is the secondary goal of Ready for More.
This will allow us to greatly expand our mission to lead people into a transforming relationship with Jesus. We will launch two Soul City churches over the next two years—one to the west and one to the north. It will allow us to build a physical House of Hope and Soul City Broadcast Studio at our West Loop church. We believe God is calling us to make more room for people to find and follow Jesus.
The vision of Soul City Church has always been to be one church in multiple locations. God has made it clear that it is time for Soul City to make more room for more people to find and follow Jesus. We will launch two new Soul City churches over the next two years—one to the west and one to the north. The resources raised through Ready for More will be used to secure and renovate space for each of the new church buildings, hire staff for each location, and provide ministry expenses for the initial launch phase, after which both churches will become financially self-sustaining.
God has given our church a vision to build a House of Hope at our West Loop church to provide a safe and sacred space for help, hope and healing for people inside and outside the walls of Soul City Church.
This new space will also include a broadcast studio for Soul City to create and launch new resources like original worship music, podcasts, ministry training tools, and livestreams to be shared with you and others around the world.
*All numbers are approximate based on specific location needs.
A quick message for those joining us in person this weekend:
Recently, the CDC shared new guidelines for wearing face masks in public and in indoor settings to promote safety in areas with substantial risks of transmission. Therefore, we are requiring that masks are worn while in the building on Sundays.
We are continuously reviewing the CDC guidelines and what our next steps will be – as your safety remains our priority.