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What time are your Sunday worship gatherings? 

9am traditional worship & 10:45am contemporary worship

How do I get there?

We are on the north side of Indianapolis at the corner of 91st Street and College Avenue. Just 3/4 mile south and 1/2 mile east from from I-465 and Meridian. Faith is easily accessible from all sides of the city.

Where do I park? 

There are guest parking spots near the covered entrance, or you can park anywhere in the lot around the church. We also have overflow parking next door at Nora Elementary.

Which door should I enter?

Four primary entrances allow easy access to the building. No matter where you enter, you’ll be greeted at the door by a friendly volunteer ready to point you in the right direction and answer any questions you may have.

What should I wear?

We hope you’ll feel comfortable no matter what you wear. You’ll see people of all ages here, some wearing jeans or shorts, some more dressed up. We’re here to worship God, not judge outward appearance, so come as you are!

How do I get a name tag?

We use name tags to get to know each other. Stop by the Welcome Center to fill out a name tag request form.

Where do my kids go?

We’d love to meet your kids during services!

First Hour
Kids will learn a Bible lesson during first hour service. Check in your child using our KidCheck system at the KidZone desk prior to service and pick up at the end. Nursery class is always open for ages 0-2 in Room 180.

Second Hour
Childcare is available during second service during the sermon to kids ages 3 through 2nd grade. You will check your child in prior to service and they will be dismissed at the beginning of announcements. During their time in our Second Hour Kids program, your child will be taught a brief catechism lesson based on the New City Catechism.

The Nursery is open for the duration of the entire second service for kids aged 0-2 in Room 180.

What are Sunday morning worship gatherings like?

We are passionate about worshiping God. With a mix of God-centered music and Bible-centered preaching, our goal is to help each and every person connect with God through worship and grow in their faith.

The same sermon is preached during both worship hours, but the music differs. The traditional worship service embraces time-honored hymns and incorporates the choir. The contemporary worship service features a band with a variety of both old and new music.

How many people attend?

Around 550 people worship at Faith Church most Sundays.

What is this church all about?

Our  focus is on Jesus, who brings peace, purpose, and joy. Together, our family looks for ways to live God-centered lives, create loving relationships, connect in community, and reflect Christ to the world. We invite you to look around, get to know us, and see what God can do. Feel free to peek at our core convictions if you want to know more.

How do I become a member?

We encourage everyone considering membership to take a membership class. There you’ll learn more about the church and what it means to be a member. After the class, you’ll fill out a membership application and meet with two elders for an informal interview.

What’s the easiest way to meet people and make friends?

Plan to attend our next Welcome to the Family class where you’ll meet others from Faith, interact with the pastors, and learn more about who we are. Email us to find out when the next class will be.

Pick a Sunday morning Grow Class to get plugged in quickly. Topics range from in-depth Bible studies to everyday life subjects like marriage and finances. The classes are specifically designed to help you connect with other Faith-goers and form long-lasting friendships. Classes run for six weeks; you can jump in anytime or wait for a new one to begin.

You can also become part of a Community Group, a gathering of friends who meet for regular fellowship, prayer and Bible study. These groups usually meet once or twice a month in a group member’s home.

Is Faith Church part of a denomination?

Faith is a member of the Evangelical Free Church of America, a growing fellowship of churches that seeks to “major on the majors,” rooting our faith and ministry in Scripture and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. People at Faith come from a wide diversity of backgrounds uniting around the essentials of Biblical faith.