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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.
Children’s ministry provided for toddlers 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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Faith that Works – Part 12: Worth the Wait


Have you ever waited to meet someone famous? A chance came for my daughter last year when we learned that American Ninja Warriors was coming to film in Indianapolis. Meghan is a fan of the female athletes in particular, and was hoping to meet one of them. So we applied for tickets as soon as…

Faith that Works – Part 11: What to Do While You Wait For Justice – Part 2


There’s a  legend of a very wise man who lived on the northern frontier of China. One day, for no clear reason, the man’s horse ran away. When his neighbors tried to console him, the man replied, “What makes you so sure it isn’t a good thing?” Some months later, the horse returned, bringing with…

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Faith that Works – Part 10: What To Do While You Wait for Justice


Sometimes, life isn’t fair. Your position at work gets eliminated. Your childhood may have included abuse. The biopsy comes back positive. Kids leave home, and along the way also leave the faith. You work as hard as you can, but just can’t seem to get ahead financially. When we bring these common experiences to the…

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Faith that Works – Part 9: God Laughs at our Plans


Many of you know that my father is now 95 years old. A study was done in which fifty people aged 95 and older were asked a single question: “If you could live your life over again, what would you do differently?” They had lived almost a century, so they have a unique perspective compared…

Faith that Works – Part 8: Understanding Conflict: “Where did that come from?”


Ever get caught in someone’s anger and wonder, “Where did that come from?!” Ever vent unreasonable anger yourself and wonder the same, “Where did that come from?” Today’s passage takes a peek under the hood of that very question. In James 4:1-12, Doctor James offers a bit of soul surgery to help us clean out…

Faith that Works – Part 7: Wise up


Everyone wants the good life. We go to school in pursuit of the good life. We pick a career field in order to go after the good life. We buy homes in desirable towns and cities in furtherance of the good life. Some people even strategically pick their friends in light of who might best…

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Services 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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