Practicing Social Distancing in Community

In response to Covid-19, we have created new digital platforms to accomplish our mission of making disciples and equipping those who do.
All on campus activities have been postponed until further notice.

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“But God showed His love for us in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.”

Romans 5:8

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Next Events

The Family Room

Each Wednesday, at 7:00 p.m., Pastor Gary Webber will host special guests on Facebook Live. We will be discussing a wide variety of topics that impact families and our community. You can submit your questions live during the event. The recording will be available on our YouTube channel.


Each Sunday at 9:00 a.m., we will make a new online worship experience available. You can access the service on Facebook and YouTube or by going to our website. We will also live stream the service at 10:30 a.m., on our website. If you can’t join us “live” on Sundays, the service will continue to be available throughout the week as well as on our podcast which can be accessed wherever you get your podcasts.

Sunday Night Talk Back

This weekly Facebook Live event will begin at 7:00 p.m., every Sunday, and will feature a panel discussion based on the Sunday morning sermon but may also include a variety of other theological and biblical topics. Questions and topic suggestions can be sent through email and social media in advance or live during the event. Join our pastors and other special guests for a lively and engaging conversation. Recordings of these episodes will be available on our YouTube channel as…

Call to Prayer

We will have a church-wide call to prayer on Tuesday, April 7. Participants can join via Zoom: Meeting ID: 574-305-955 Or can call in by dialing: 1-646-558-8656

Family Resources

Are you looking for resources to use at home during social distancing?

Latest Sermons

The Unexpected Sabbath

The world has come to a standstill. Schools are shut down, businesses have closed, travel has slowed to a crawl, the economy is tanking, and even churches have been forced to close their doors. The novel coronavirus (or Covid-19) was designated a pandemic by the World Health Organization, forcing everyone to take extraordinary precautions in order to slow the spread of this deadly disease. Many people are justifiably concerned about the health implications of this pandemic as well as the…

The Day Religion Died

In this, the final installment of Losing My Religion, we also consider how religion led to Jesus’ crucifixion and how His death on the cross marks the day religion died. Pastor Gary will discuss the surprising similarities between religion and secular humanism and how both fall short of their promises to bring us peace. “The most striking, resented, and dangerous of Jesus’ activities was his opposition to religion as that was understood in his time. This is what led to…

Tribal Identities

We all carry many identities: mother, son, doctor, student, American, Refugee, white, black, conservative, progressive, Southern Baptist, Atheist. The list can go on and on. In a culture that is increasingly divided by our identities, we must recognize the need to rest our identity in Christ. Only when our identity is in Christ can we transcend our tribal identities and truly love our neighbors. Join us for part 7 of Losing My Religion where we will look at the problem…

Religious Skubala

The people of God are routinely warned against profanity. From Proverbs in the Old Testament, to the words of Jesus in the Gospels, and throughout the New Testament, believers are constantly warned about the dangers of an untamed tongue. So what could possibly have driven a man who wrote the majority of the books in our New Testament to cuss? Join us for part 6 of Losing My Religion where we look at one of the most provocative words recorded…