A Look Back at July 2016
BY KRISTEN RAVES, DIRECTOR OF WEB COMMUNICATIONS
Each month, we take a look back at all the incredible works God has done through our people and this church. July was just as busy as ever. While many of our students were traveling half way across the world (or Indiana) on mission trips, others, both young and old, were getting baptized during Worship Together Weekend. Thousands of kids have been through the Grace Kids hallways over the course of four weekends and hundreds showed up for our first Care Center Community Day! God continues to be on the move here, take a look and see for yourself:
Olivia helped get people checked in for the Care Center Community Day event! Read more about the event here.
Samaritan's Feet provided the opportunity for hundreds of kids to receive shoes before starting back to school.
The North Indy campus joined together for a fun event called Meet Me in the Yard, where people could connect in this growing community and enjoy an ice cream sundae.
The Fishers Campus also had an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful weather with a concert at the Nickel Plate Amphitheater.
We've nearly hit our capacity at Fishers and are excited for the new building to open...hopefully sometime before Christmas!
Joey Miller (aka "Chip" in Beauty & the Beast) led us, along with our dance team, in an amazing time of worship at the 146th Street Campus.
Our Merge (High School) students and leaders enjoyed quite a few summer fun events! See what Merge is all about.
We celebrated over 60 baptisms at our 146th Street Campus...
...and Fishers Campus combined.
Our Men of Grace Conquest ministry continues to fix up and provide bikes for people who could not otherwise afford one. Read more about that here.
And last, but not least, our wonderful photography team held a Photography Workshop. We can thank them for all of these wonderful photos! If you're interested in joining, get more information.