A place for you to grow

Our theme for 2014 is Growing in Grace. We are studying the message of grace and its profound impact on our lives. We need God's grace not only for salvation, but also to be sanctified more into the image of Christ. It's our desire that as you become a part of the Grace family, you will find yourself growing in grace!


Watch Sermons | Service Times


9:30am* - LifeGroups | Sunday School (all ages)
10:30am* - Morning Worship (Adults) | Kidstown
6:00pm* - Family Service (all ages)


7:00pm* - Prayer Meeting (Adults) | Young Adults Bible Study | Ignite Youth (7th-12th) | Kids4Truth (2 yrs-6th)

*Nurseries available
*Servicios en Espanol

News | Events

News and Events
The Academy of Arts
Welcome Matt & Krisa Sands

We are very excited this week to help Matt and Krisa Sands move to Anderson. Matt is no stranger to our ministry. He served as a summer intern in 2009 and summer assistant in 2010. After finishing a seminary degree, he has served two years as a youth pastor...

Canoe & Cookout - Ignite Youth

Ignite Youth is holding a Canoe & Cookout Activity on Saturday, July 19th. Students will leave from church at 3:00p to go to Riverside Canoe Outfitters.

Summer Art Camp

Indiana Christian Academy will be hosting a summer art camp on July 7-11. The camp is from 10a-12p. Students in the 1st-12th grades are welcome. Camp registration is $60, which includes art supplies and a t-shirt. 

From the Pulpit

From the Pulpit
The Power of Pruning - Love Letters Series

Corrie ten Boom used the illustration of a woodpecker who tapped with his beak against the trunk of a tree, just as lightning struck and split the tree open. The woodpecker said, “I didn’t realize there was so much power...

Abiding in the Vine - Love Letters Series

In this passage, Jesus uses an object lesson for His followers. Remember this is the evening before His crucifixion. He’s been sharing with His disciples what matters most to Him.

Greater Works - Love Letters Series

I wonder how many parents would say, "I want my kids to accomplish more than I accomplished." I think almost every parents as you see this newborn baby in your hands - as you start to rear this child - you think, "I my child goes further than I did, does better works than I did, is better than I am." 

The Father's Gift - Love Letters Series

Psalm 103:13 says, "Like as a Father pitieth (has compassion) on his children, so the Lord pitieth (has compassion) on them that fear him." Another Psalm says that even if your Father and Mother abandon you, we have a Father who will pick you up and will never abandon you.