COVID-19 UPDATE: Please note that due to the current coronavirus pandemic, services and some ministry activities are online only until further notice. For the latest updates, be sure to check the church updates on our website and blog.

We offer numerous events to help you take a next step in your spiritual journey, grow in your faith, or connect with others. 

The Last Supper – A Time of Remembrance
Thursday, April 9, 8pm

The Last Supper – A Time of Remembrance

The Last Supper is meant to help us remember our ultimate salvation in Christ. Join us online and on Facebook Live on Thursday, April 9, 8pm as we prepare our hearts and minds for Easter. We’ll spend time reflecting on and remembering the faithfulness of God, as we learn more about the history and meaning of the Passover and the Last Supper.

NOTE: We will save time to take communion. For you and anyone else that will be watching with you, be sure to have some elements – bread (smaller pieces of bread, pita chips, crackers, etc.) and juice (doesn't just have to be grape juice) – to participate in communion. It's not about having the "exact" elements, but rather the heart behind and the thoughts we ponder during this symbolic, but sacred practice.

Contact: Erica Hart 574-268-0188 x232

Join us for Easter online!
Sunday, April 12, 9:45am

Join us for Easter online!

Celebrate Easter with us and learn how the journey of Jesus’ life, death, resurrection, and final commands changed everything. Experience joy regardless of circumstances, freedom from comparison, and an everlasting love that is changing the world forever!

Whether you’re new to church or have been attending your whole life, our service is for everyone. And despite the social distancing mandates that prevent us from gathering together at the church building, we're still looking forward to celebrating Easter with you online.

Our hosts will go live on Sunday, April 12 at 9:45am with some interaction and fun you can participate in from home, and then we'll begin worship at 10am. 

No matter the circumstances in our world, we still have so much to be grateful for... Easter is the pinnacle celebration of that truth. We may have troubles in this world, but take heart in knowing Christ has overcome the world, and He is still on the throne extending that offer of grace and power and love to us today and everyday!

WCC Bible Reading Plan & Devotions
The New Testament in One Year

WCC Bible Reading Plan & Devotions
The primary purpose of reading the Bible is not to know the Bible, but to know God.
― James Merritt

Reading the Bible Together
When we spend time in God’s Word, we’re getting to know Him. We’re also maturing in our faith. Regularly spending time together with God in His Word is such a beautiful, life-giving thing. And just as it benefits us as individuals, when we gather together as the church to commit to spending time reading and studying the Bible, something special happens. We’re able to encourage one another and grow together. That’s why we’re launching a new churchwide Bible reading plan. We’ll spend a year reading the New Testament together.

5 Minutes a Day, 5 Days a Week
Committing five minutes a day, five days a week to our new churchwide Bible reading plan will allow us to read the New Testament, all 260 chapters, in one year. We’ll have five chapters to read each week, with two built-in free days if you’ve gotten off track. Note: if you do get off track, just jump back in where we are. You can always go back and catch up when you have extra time. This plan spreads out the Gospels so we read those throughout the year, weaving the story of Jesus within our whole year. The rest of the New Testament books are read in order.

Bible Reading Plan Devotions: Twice a month, we’ll publish devotionals that correspond with what we’re reading in our yearly Bible Plan. These devotionals will be written from a variety of people participating in this churchwide reading plan. Through these devotionals, we will be encouraged and challenged as we journey through God’s Word together. Making the Connection: Our weekly sermon recap devotions will continue to be produced, so you can dig further into the Sunday sermon at your own pace throughout your week. Both of these devotionals will be published on the WCC blog and regularly posted on social media.

Up for more of a challenge?
Don’t just read the chapters, use the following questions to study them:

Observation: This is how to learn what a passage of scripture says. Questions to ask: Who? What? Where? When? Why? How? What does it say? What do I notice?

Interpretation: This is how to accurately interpret scripture and understand what it means in the right context. Questions to ask: What are the key themes or truths? What is the writer’s intended meaning? What is the context? What questions do I have?

Application: This is how to correctly apply the truth of the text to everyday life. Questions to ask: How do I apply it? What are the implications in my life? What does this mean for me