We want to welcome you to Indianapolis Apostolic Christian Church. We truly desire for you to feel loved and accepted the moment you walk through our church doors. Our church offers a traditional worship style and a distinct culture which may make it intimidating to visit for the first time. So, here are some tips on what to expect so that you can be more at ease during your visit. If you have further questions, please email .
When are your services times?
Sundays, 9:45 a.m. & 12 p.m.
9:45 a.m. Family Worship and 12 p.m. Adult Worship Service includes Sunday School & Nursery for the Children
Wednesdays, 7:15 p.m.
Second and Fourth Wednesday of the month is Family Night with dinner at 6:30 p.m. before the 7:15 p.m. service.
What does a normal Sunday schedule look like?
Our morning begins with a family worship service in the sanctuary. Following the morning service, a light lunch is served with a time to connect with friends and family. Everyone then gathers in the sanctuary at noon for children's song worship. An adult worship service follows while the children are in nursery and Sunday School. We welcome you to join us for part or the entire day.
Is there anything for my kids?
Yes! There is nursery care provided for children ages 3 and under during the afternoon worship service. Sunday School is available for preschool through high school aged children. All children are welcome to attend the morning family worship service.
What should I wear?
You will find that most people will be dressed formally. Women typically wear skirts and dresses, while most men come in dress pants and dress shirts, many wearing ties or suits. Although the members of our church embrace this style of dress, please feel free to come as you are and know that you will be welcomed!
Where do I park?
There is general parking available to everyone in the parking lot; there are no reserved parking spots (except for designated handicap accessible parking). For special occasions, overflow parking is available at the school nearby with shuttle services.
What version of the Bible do you use?
We use the King James version during worship service (which is provided to you in the pews). This is the version that is read and referenced during sermons.
I heard you don’t have instruments. Why?
We sing a cappella, blending our voices in four-part harmony, out of hymnals.
Why do women sit on one side and men on the other?
You will generally find men and women sitting separately to help facilitate the four-part singing. Our desire is also to surround and support singles, widows, and widowers. Please feel welcome to sit wherever you feel comfortable - with family, spouses and/or your friends.
Why do women wear head coverings?
You will find female church members wearing a head covering (prayer veil) on their heads during prayer and worship. I Corinthians 11:5
Can I stay for the food and fellowship?
For sure! We would love for you to join us for lunch and enjoy a time of fellowship. We look forward to this time together as a special opportunity to strengthen our church body, helping us get to know each other on a deeper level and offer encouragement.