Service Times & Directions

Brownsburg: Sundays @ 10:30am
326 N. Green St., Brownsburg, IN

Indianapolis: Sundays @ 9:00 & 11:00am
612 N. High School Rd., Indianapolis, IN 

See more detailed directions and service information here

Contact Us

Curious about Jesus?  Want to learn more about Life Church?  Are you another church and would like a resource you see here?  We'd love to hear from you!  Here are some ways to contact us:

Website:  www.LifeChurchIndy.com

Contact Info:  317-222-5510  |  questions@lifechurchindy.com

                        Emoticons

WEEK 1

Indy Campus  -   Audio  |  Video

Brownsburg - Audio

Join us as we examine what it means a to be emotionaslly healthy.

 

WEEK 2

Indy Campus  -   Audio  |  Video

Brownsburg - Audio

We cannot be spiritually mature if we are not emotionally healthy. Join us as we learn how to explore and embrace the emotions God has given us. Emotions are to be explored, not ignored.

 

WEEK 3

Indy Campus  -   Audio  |  Video

Brownsburg - Audio

Join us as John Money takes us deeper into our Emoticon series.

 

WEEK 4

Indy Campus  -   Audio  |  Video

Brownsburg - Audio

Runners know exactly what it means to "hit a wall" but you don't have to be a runner to have experienced that point in your life when you just don't think you can go any further and circumstances seem to have stunted your progress. In this message, Journeying Through the Wall, Pastor Denis shares how God uses these walls to prepare us for even greater progress.

 

WEEK 5

Indy Campus  -   Audio  |  Video

Brownsburg - Audio

We cannot be spiritually mature if we are not emotionally healthy.  Join us as we learn how to explore and embrace the emotions God has given us. Emotions are to be explored, not ignored.

 

WEEK 6

Indy Campus  -   Audio  |  Video

Brownsburg - Audio

Join us we explore week 6 of our series and see how only being with God can give us true rest.

 

WEEK 7

Indy Campus  -   Audio

Brownsburg - Audio

Jesus said loving others is to be one of our main focuses. How does emotionally healthy lead us to emotionally healthy relationships? Specifically, how do we navigate conflict in these relationships?