Since its beginning, the Church has been a multiplying movement. The heart of our campus vision is to multiply churches where people live so they can be invited into the mission. Our goal is to remove unnecessary barriers and help people take the next steps in their faith.

We strive to provide great Bible content in outstanding environments at all of our campuses. We want our campuses to be places where people can find hope and help, connect to life-giving relationships, and use their gifts to serve others.

Here’s a timeline of our campus vision in action:

  • In 2016, we launched our first multisite campuses, Downtown and North—both of which started with launch teams of around 250 people and now have more than 1,700 people attending each week.
  • In June 2022, Our West campus moved into its permanent location in Plainfield, Indiana, following its temporary location in Avon Middle School North since 2017. More than 1,000 people were attending that campus each week - an unprecedented attendance for a temporary location - and it continues to serve new people each week. 
  • In January 2020, we launched our fifth campus, Traders Point Midtown, at a temporary location in Broad Ripple and purchased property to develop a permanent location. We had to temporarily suspend Midtown during 2020 and 2021, but we’re excited to move forward with plans to relaunch the campus in January 2022. Midtown will meet at a temporary location while the permanent facility is being prepared.
  • In February 2020, we launched our sixth campus, Traders Point Northeast, at Fall Creek Intermediate in Fishers. Three weeks later, we had to suspend gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are praying about the best time to relaunch Northeast in the future.
We believe that the local church is the hope of the world. And when the world is at its darkest, that’s when the light of the church needs to shine the brightest. Our vision is to meet people where they are, give them the hope and help they need, and equip them to reach their communities and neighborhoods for Jesus.

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