Being the Church

God is moving in our midst! He is teaching us new ways to exhibit our love for Him and our neighbors. We have been reminded of what it means to be the church, or the body of Christ.

It can be easy to view “the church” as a building we attend rather than a body we belong to and represent in everyday life. When this happens, we settle for going to church rather than being the church. Living in community and on mission, protecting the vulnerable, and loving our neighbors well is the heart of being the church.


Gathering At our Campuses,
In Groups and On Mission

There are several ways to worship with us!  If you'd like to join us at one of our campuses in the Evansville area, then click here for more information.  We also invite you to worship online or gather in groups to express your worship, care for your neighbors, and continue being the Church.

There are five exercises we are implementing to help us continue to grow and build new spiritual muscles and healthy rhythms as we Live and Love Like Jesus:

Gather for worship at one of our campuses, or in smaller groups. This can be in-person, or online. Click here for guidance on weekly worship and group gatherings.

Invite those in close proximity to you. The best front door to entering a relationship with Jesus is likely not the front doors of one of our campuses but your own front door.  Click here for ideas!

Give sacrificially as we demonstrate our worship, mobilize our mission and grow in generosity. Click here to give now.

Fast & pray regularly. Click here to learn how you can join our church family in this.

Serve individually or as a group in your neighborhood, in our community and/or around the world. Click here for more information.

Our priorities and life rhythms have been disrupted and reshaped over the past few weeks.  As we develop a greater sense of dependence on God, and align our priorities and daily schedules in accordance with His guidance, we see new opportunities to care for our community and live generously. 

We are His body whether we are gathered in one location or in many. The Church is the unified Body of Christ! As His body, when we exercise our spiritual muscles and move forward on mission with Him, we will see our community being transformed.