During the holiday season of giving, we often like to honor our loved ones by supporting a favorite organization rather than purchasing a gift at a big-box store. You can use the “Partners in Ministry” page for handy links to many familiar organizations. Partners in Ministry Click on the name of the organization and then […]
There will be board games and pizza on Sunday March 10 in the basement. This is a no-stress event. You don’t need to RSVP or bring anything. Just come hang out.
A World Day of Prayer 2019 service will take place on Friday, March 1st, 2019, 10:00 AM at St Lawrence Catholic Church. This is an inter-denominational service that is happening locally throughout Indianapolis. The church services are part of a world-wide effort to promote justice and equality for woman through prayer, partnerships, service and celebration. […]
Lunch will be an International Pitch-In so get those recipes ready. If you can help with child care, please see Robin.
We will spend some time calling some of our longer distance shut-ins or homebound members and singing some Christmas carols!
Enjoy a post church party where we spend time celebrating together. Open mic Christmas sharing of stories and songs, as well as an optional White Elephant Exchange. Don’t spend any money on a gift, make something homemade or grab something from your house you aren’t using someone else might have a use for.
Coffeehouse worship takes place during the regular service hours in the relaxed setting of the fellowship hall. Come and enjoy the coffeehouse music, lighting and of course coffee and breakfast treats.
Join all of the Goblins, Ghosts, Witches, and many others for lunch followed by a party for all. One of our most fun traditions. Feel free to come to worship in costume and then stay for a Halloween inspired pitch-in and party. All ages are welcome as the games are for everyone. Prizes will be […]
Join us for our semi-annual Congregational Forum and Lunch! Lunch will be from 12-1 pm. The forum will be from 1-2:30 pm.
Once or twice a year, Brethren celebrate what the earliest Christians called agape: the outflowing love that seeks not to receive but to give. Jesus taught us this practice, sharing with his disciples a last, loving meal the night before he died. He washed the disciples’ feet, ate supper with them, sought to draw them […]