Starting in the fall of 2016 we will gather on Tuesday nights for a Taize service of sung prayers and quiet in the small chapel at First Presbyterian Church. Afterwards, all are welcome to fellowship in the “Sacred Grounds” located on the first floor. This is a chance to Sabbath during the week and connect with others from the college and church communities.
If you’re interested in connecting with others over breakfast, lunch, or coffee midweek we will be coordinating schedules and times. These are oriented towards fellowship and each group will decide the focus of their group.
Mission and Service
There’s plenty of opportunities at both churches to plug into meaningful ministry and outreach to the community including Saturday Morning Breakfast at FPC and the Interfaith Winter Shelter. In the summer, FPC sends groups to Nicaragua and West Virginia to work with local communities for nearly week long trips.
Ecumenical and Interfaith Community
We are actively involved in building community with other campus and denominational groups and engaging in interreligious programs at IU including Jubilee (UMC), the Lutheran Campus Ministry (ELCA), Trinity Episcopal Church, the Muslim Student Association, and the Hindu Student Association.