Where are you located?
We are located just east of the intersection of Keystone Ave. and 116th St. in Carmel at 3405 E. 116th St., Carmel, IN 46033.
How may I contact you?
Feel free to call us at (317) 706-0433 or contact us here.
When are the Sunday services? What language are they in?
The Chinese service (spoken in Mandarin and translated via headset into English) is at 9:30 am. The English and Cantonese services (both not translated) are at 11 am.
Do I have to be Chinese to attend the service?
While many of our members are Chinese, we welcome and appreciate the rich diversity of ethnicities in our community. All are welcome.
What kind of clothes do I wear?
Casual clothing (that you would wear to work or school) or more formal clothes are all welcome.
Should I bring a Bible?
If you own a Bible, we invite you bring it so that you can follow along during the sermon. However, if you don't own a Bible, we have both Chinese and English Bibles that you can use.
When do you have communion?
We celebrate the Lord's Supper on the first Sunday of the month.
Is there adult education?
Yes, adult education classes meet at 9:30 am (English ) or 11 am (Chinese) each Sunday. To learn more about the current classes, please see our education page.
Is there a children's program?
Yes, we have a robust children's program that includes Sunday school, AWANA (on Friday evenings during the school year), and Chinese school (on Sunday afternoons during the school year). During both Sunday services there is children's Sunday School and nursery (for those ~2 and younger).
Is there a "cry room" for the service (for parents of infants)?
Yes, there is a video feed of the service on the upper floor for the Chinese service and in the foyer for the English service.
Is there lunch after the service?
Lunch is provided for a nominal fee after every Sunday.
What denomination is your church?
We hold evangelical convictions and are non-denominational. For our beliefs, please see here.
Where can I learn more about your history, beliefs, and staff?
What do all your acronyms mean?
Please see here.