New Location – See you there!

Starting now we will be meeting at the Irsay Family YMCA at CityWay. The address is 430 S. Alabama St in downtown Indianapolis. Doors will open and we will have a group begin praying at 9:00am. Service will begin at 10:00am.

Here is a pdf map with some basic information about going to church at the Y. Horizon Central @ Irsay Y

New Give by Text Capabilities

In conjunction with our move (see the logo above) we are adding some new features to the ministry. One of these is a give by text option.

If you are interested (and we hope you are), then please consider giving a donation by text (however small). You will receive an automatically generated email receipt as a record of your gift.

Text the word give to 844-643-3318 to get started. You’ll receive a welcome message with steps to get started.

There will be more things added to our system in the days, weeks and months to come.

Thanks!

Nate Medlong

Nate & Diana Medlong

As we mentioned today in our Resurrection Sunday message, we’re praying for missionary pastor Nate Medlong, serving in Kharkiv, Ukraine. He has a severe case of COVID-19 and needs our prayers.

If you’re interested in financially helping the Medlong family with medical expenses, please see the link below!

Help with Nate Medlong’s Medical Expenses

Sunday 2/28, One-time Service at the YMCA

Hi friends,

On Sunday, February 28, 2021, we will be doing a one-time trial run service at the Irsay Family YMCA in downtown Indianapolis. This is not a full-scale move. For example, the Project Love food pantry will be open as usual after service at School 18.

The next Sunday, March 6, we will be back at School 18. We do not yet have a complete timeline regarding our eventual move.

Here is a pdf map with some basic information about going to church at the Y. Horizon Central @ Irsay Y

Faith that overcomes – 1 John 5:4-5

Central Reflections

The truest kind of faith thrives in situations where it looks like it is losing.  The Christian martyrs of old, and for that matter, of the present day, die passively.  They may anger and irritate their attackers, but they clearly do not intimidate them.  They look like victims.  One might imagine they were defeated souls who were finally giving up, and in a way that is true.  There is a sense in which faith is a form of surrender, not to the bully, but to Christ.  It is evidenced by taking up our cross and following him.

The Apostle John wrote the following after all of his fellow apostles had already met untimely deaths at the hands of their persecutors.

For everyone who has been born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world—our faith. Who is it that overcomes the…

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