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Pastor on Call
A member of our pastoral staff is available Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at our 146th Street location. Call 317.848.2722 to schedule a phone or personal appointment. If it is after business hours, the voicemail system will direct you to an extension where you can leave a message. The pastor who is on call will be alerted and should respond shortly.
Journey to a Thriving Marriage
Sundays, March 5–19 at 9:00 a.m.
146th Street, Room N253
This class is open to couples who are considering marriage, are engaged, or are newly married. It consists of three 90-minute courses: Creating a Team, Creating a Haven and Creating a Legacy. Couples will have an opportunity to learn practical material, practice important skills and interact with seasoned married couples.The class requires that each couple take the SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) assessment. Once registered, the couple will receive an email invitation with a code to take this assessment. A payment of $35 is required when the first individual enters the assessment site. This class is now full. Registration for our summer class will open in April.
Fridays at 7:00 p.m.
146th Street, North Auditorium
The 180Xchange is a weekly Life-Change Recovery Ministry that is based on the biblical principles of transformation and the Twelve Steps. Each night consists of large group teaching and integrity group meetings for adults and young adults. Integrity groups are separated by gender and issues consisting of: Hurts, Habits and Hang-ups. Participants do not need to sign up for 180Xchange. Childcare is available both nights and we ask that you register in advance. Listen the 180Xchange messages.
180 Childcare Signup
Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.
146th Street, North Auditorium
We invite young adults to join us on Thursday nights for our weekly meetings where we use the Twelve Step model to learn and interact with others who are facing the same struggles. Its purpose is to encourage healthy relationships and provide a safe place to explore how substance use effects our lives. No registration is needed, just show up. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Fridays at 7:00 p.m. (Starting May 5)
146th Street, Room 111
Teen 180 is for middle and high school students who need help dealing with the pain of these difficult life circumstances. Students can break the patterns of these hurts, habits and hang-ups through the community, teaching and experiences they’ll discover at Teen 180. This program includes lunch, interactive activities and discussion time.
Teen 180 Signup
Fridays, April 21 – May 26 at 7:00 p.m.
You don't have to go through the painful and stressful experience of divorce or separation alone. Our 6-week class gives you an opportunity for introspection, healing and growth. In addition, 180Xchange offers integrity groups designed specifically for individuals experiencing divorce or separation. For other Divorce Recovery opportunities in the community, visit DivorceCare.org.
Divorce Recovery Signup
If you have experienced a loss, no matter how far in the past it occurred, grief can be a regular part of your life. We believe that groups and teams can provide the comfort and support we all need. If you are struggling with grief and are involved in a Grace group or team, consider letting your leader know. You can also contact our Pastor on Call Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 317.848.2722. We also recommend Grief Share, which offers resources and a locator for community GriefShare groups.
At Grace, we believe that the most effective and efficient results come from engaging in a variety of healing resources. To that end, we have devised a Pathway of Care:Referral Request
2. Assessments. If you would prefer a more in-depth consideration of your circumstance as well as recommendations beyond a counseling referral, you may find an assessment to be helpful. These are offered to Grace attenders only (one per family) and appointments are available on Mondays and Thursdays at 3:00 or 4:30 p.m. We offer two types of assessments:
Limited Care Assessment. A one-time office visit with a pastor or Grace Care staff member where you will have the opportunity to describe your situation and the staff member will make recommendations.
Full Care Assessment. A personalized plan with questionnaires and inventories that are to be completed before the assessment is scheduled. You will then meet with a Grace Care staff member and they will make recommendations.
3. True Cross/True Shield Partnership. If you have received an assessment and Grace Care recommends professional counseling, you may be eligible for our True Cross/True Shield partnership. In this partnership, the therapist reduces their fee, Grace Care contributes a counseling subsidy and you attend the 180xchange on Friday nights. The result is often an acceleration of your healing and growth as you combine one-on-one counseling with the community education and support of the 180xchange. And, it can result in about a 50% financial savings.