The Super Bowl Outreach [SBO] is an annual four day outreach consisting of fellowship, teaching and outreach. It is designed for each participant to grow in their faith (John 15:8), increase in their knowledge of our great God and Savior (John 17:3) and have plenty of opportunities to improve as evangelists. This design is manifested in the schedule for the four days.

The SBO is held in the city that hosts the actual Super Bowl which means the SBO is in a different location each year.

The three distinctives of the SBO:

Fellowship: SBO’s goal is to encourage fellowship and provide an environment where the Saints have the opportunity to get to know each other.  This is accomplished by having everyone stay in the same facility; travel and labor together in teams; share meals  and pray together.

Teaching: The SBO seeks to bring in Pastors and Professors to teach us Thursday evening and Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. The goal is to hear from men who are experts in their field in a particular topic or who are specialists in the theme of that year’s SBO.

Outreach: The SBO’s outreach is conducted Friday and Saturday in the area of the city where events like the NFL Experience are held to attract fans from the area.  On Sunday outreach is normally at the stadium. Outreach time is Friday and Saturday from Noon – 8 and Sunday from 11:00 – AM – Kickoff.

SBO Leadership:

Team Leaders are selected after Memorial Day.  They are given the responsibility of leading and preparing their teams from Labor Day weekend through the SBO’s completion on Super Bowl Sunday. Team Leaders are to be men who have distinguished themselves in their own ministry wherever they may live. Team Leaders can change from year to year.