Sermon Series: John the Baptist

A special sermon series exploring the person of Jesus Chirst.
Led by God, John writes so that others can fellowship with God.

We're all about the heart.

Join us at the Fishers YMCA this Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for a timely word from God, uplifting music, and the chance to meet some good people who love Jesus. Children’s ministry is provided for newborns through 5th grade in the beautiful and secure child watch area. No YMCA membership is necessary to come to yChurch.

Join us at the Fishers YMCA for Sunday worship at 9:30 a.m., with children’s ministry provided for newborns through 5th grade.

YMCA membership not necessary to come to yChurch!

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Engaging heart and mind in celebrating Christ, connecting people, and contributing meaningfully. We're laser-focused on doing these three things found in Acts 2:42-47...

Why meet for church in a YMCA?

We remember that Jesus went to others, rather than waiting for them to come to him. We want to do the same, helping those we meet take their next step with God...

Celebrate, Connect, Contribute

Celebrating Christ, connecting people and contributing meaningfully are the basis of our church vision. When Christ-centered, we believe these create a healthy foundation ...

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Remember, Respond

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It's Mothers Day. Get to church!

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If you ever had anyone to thank God for, it’s your Mom! Sure she blew her top at times: she was trying to shape you so that you make a meaningful contribution to society. If she’s alive, thank her. And whether she’s here or has gone on to her reward, get yourself to church this Mothers…

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Jesus is risen!

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“Jesus is,” rather than “Jesus was,” is the most radical declaration in history. He is risen! You’re invited to worship @ the Y this Easter, to celebrate the living hope offered by the living Savior. Worship at 9:30, with refreshments at 9:15. Children’s ministry provided in Child Watch for newborns through 5th grade. Hope to…

Why is this world so messed up?

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From ISIS to personal crises, we experience disappointment with others and even with ourselves. If the good news of Jesus is so good, then why is this world so messed up? We unpack the answer this Sunday, from Romans 1:18-32. Once you understand it, it makes perfect sense why things around us–and even within us–are…

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February 19, 2015

  It was 7 A.M. when a drive-through customer paid for her iced coffee and the caramel macchiato for the person in line behind her. It cost her a little, but led to a lot: by 6 P.M., customer No. 378 had done the same for the one behind them. The good news of Jesus reached you and me the same way:…

When the gospel has the steering wheel

February 15, 2015

What does it look like when you put the gospel at the center of your relationships? That’s what we’ll explore tomorrow @ yChurch, from Romans 1:8-13. It’s going to be cooooold outside, but bundle up and we’ll have things nice and warm waiting for you, with hot coffee to boot!

Grasp the good news with intelligence, share it with confidence.

February 8, 2015

“Christianity is something that if you really believed it, it would change your life and you would want to change the lives of others.” (Political Science major Michael at Dartmouth, an atheist) What is it that Christians believe that makes it worth bringing into conversation? That’s the theme this Sunday @ yChurch as we unpack…

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Services are held every Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

Contact us by email, our contact page, call at 317-595-8558, or by mail at the Fishers YMCA: 9012 E. 126th St., Fishers, IN 46038.

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9012 E. 126th Street
Fishers, IN 46038.
Phone: 317-595-8558
E-mail: info@y-church.com

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