Sundays at Living Faith
Attending a church for the first time can seem a little intimidating. So, here's some insight on what happens at Living Faith Church on an average Sunday. You'll hear a relevant biblical message and engaging worship. We believe that true worship connects our hearts to God and that God's Word is powerful and effective in changing hearts and lives.
We meet for worship at 11am on Sundays in the field next to the Haughville Library Branch (2239 W Michigan St, Indianapolis, IN 46222) each week. Click here for more information.
During the week at Living Faith
Life Groups meet throughout the week in homes around Indianapolis and on IUPUI campus. For an updated list of Life Group locations and times, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are a few frequently asked questions concerning Living Faith Church. If you don't find your question here, feel free to contact us at any time.
Where are you located?
Living Faith is a mobile church plant that meets for worship in the field next to the Haughville Library Branch (2239 W Michigan St, Indianapolis, IN 46222) on Sunday at 11am. For details on service time and location, click here.
Where should I park?
Parking is available in the Haughville Library Branch parking lot. Street parking is also available nearby.
How should I dress to fit in?
Come comfortable! At Living Faith, you'll find a few people dressed up, but for the most part, jeans and casual clothing are the "norm". Come as you are...we have no "expectations" for how you should dress.
What about my kids?
Your kids are welcomed and wanted at Living Faith! During the sermon portion of the Sunday worship service, an outstanding team of background-checked adult leaders will be ready to provide younger children with age appropriate games and lessons where they can learn about God. Sign in your kids at the info table with one of our KidZone Team members (the people wearing the orange shirts). Children under 2 years old are encouraged to stay with their parents for the worship service. We don't mind the noise! We love hearing the life that God has blessed us all with through the voices of our children. Find out more about Living Faith Kid's Ministry here or Youth Ministry here.
What is your worship service like?
Living Faith worship services are designed to be powerful and meaningful to your everyday life. We seek to provide a relevant, biblical teaching and a modern music style that will encourage and challenge you in your spiritual journey. You can view some of the messages here.
Will I be asked to give money?
No. Giving is an act of worship for believers. You are welcome to give an offering but are not expected to.
How can I get involved in Living Faith Church?
There are TONS of opportunities for you and your family to be involved at Living Faith. Life Groups are the best way to get started, but there are also opportunities in every area of ministry where you can be a part.
Do I have to be a member to attend?
No, we welcome everyone to our worship services. We want to make sure that everyone has a relevant and meaningful worship experience with us regardless of whether they are a member or not.
How do I become a member?
Anyone is welcome to attend Living Faith Church, but many will desire to be more committed than just attending. That's what our membership at Living Faith Church is all about: commitment. Commitment to being a part of what God is doing in our midst, commitment to serve, commitment to being a vital part of this community of believers. To become a member, the first step is attending our Membership Class where you will have an opportunity to hear from Living Faith’s pastor about what we believe and how we operate as a church. To sign up for our next member's class, email us here.
Do you meet during inclement weather conditions?
Typically, yes! But keep an eye on our website and Facebook for updated information in case of really extreme weather. But for the most part, if we can physically get here, you can bet that we're having church!
What denomination is the church?
Living Faith is a Southern Baptist affiliated church, which works differently than most denominations. Most denominations tell the church what to do, but the Southern Baptist Convention is a group of 40,000 churches who partner together to spread the Gospel through the US and the world. By partnering with Southern Baptists for missions and other world-wide ministry efforts, we are able to offer not only our community, but other communities a culturally relevant worship experience as laid out in God's Word.
What exactly do you believe?
Click here to view our statement of beliefs.