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We’re excited to announce that beginning August 1, we’re adding 5 pm gatherings at all of our physical campuses. Our morning times will remain the same at Northwest (9 am and 11 am) and will shift to 9:15 am and 11 am at our Downtown, North, and West campuses. Gatherings will continue at Traders Point Online at 9 am, 11 am, and 5 pm.
If you live in the Indy area and are thinking of joining us at a physical campus, this is an incredible opportunity to be on mission with us to reach more people for Jesus. Begin praying now about who you can invite and how you can make a difference with us through serving.
For all the current gatherings times and locations, visit tpcc.org/locations.
This weekend we’re excited to hear from our campus pastors. Here’s who will be teaching at our campuses:
Kyle is the Campus Pastor at our Downtown Campus. He is an Indianapolis native who was born and raised on the northwest side and attended Pike High School. He went on to play basketball at Howard University in the nation’s capital, where he began his life-changing journey with Jesus. Kyle is the author of Broken to Believe: Finding Life by Completely Losing Your Heart to Jesus, and he and his wife, Bri, have two daughters – Kyndall (5) and Korynne (3).
Bart is the Campus Pastor at our North Campus. He's a northern Indiana native and a graduate of Purdue University and Ashland Theological Seminary. He has spent most of his career in full-time ministry serving several churches, and he’s been at Traders Point North for four years. Bart has been married to his wife Brooke for 18 years, and they live in Carmel with their two boys, Bryce (14) and Camden (12), and their mini goldendoodle, Penny.
David is the Campus Pastor at our West Campus. He has served at Traders Point for four years, and prior to that, he was a high school teacher and basketball coach. His family loves the west side of Indianapolis dearly, and they're honored to serve at our West Campus. David and his wife, Terri, have been married for just over 19 years, and they have three children: Noah (13), Mariah (10), and Aaron (8).
As conditions and guidelines continue to change related to Covid, here’s what you can expect at weekend gatherings at our Traders Point physical campuses. Based on the current trajectory, we are moving to a face covering-optional policy at all campuses.For youth and kids, face coverings will continue to be recommended for ages 3 and older, and we’ll evaluate local school policies and other developments as they progress.While our policy is shifting, our commitment to your health and safety remains unchanged. For more on how we’re gathering in this season, visit tpcc.org/regathering.
We're excited to announce that we have new Traders Point merch. These shirts remind us that we're called to make bold moves - to not shrink back but to step into this world and make a difference. They're a great conversation starter to invite someone to church too!
They'll be available online for purchase starting Sunday, March 28, and you can order now at shop.tpcc.org.
God created you to go make a difference in this world. There’s no better time to humbly roll up your sleeves, and reach out to people with the hope and love of Jesus.
Local mission trips will serve our local partners in the Indianapolis area. While you will spend the night in your own bed, everything else will be very similar to an actual mission trip, just right here in our own city. The days will be long and packed full of learning and serving, as well as spending time with God and learning how he wants us to minister outside the walls of Traders Point.
Learn about mission trip opportunities at tpcc.org/mission-trips.
Starting in January, our Downtown campus parking lots will be closed because of construction happening on I-65. Please plan to make alternate parking arrangements and maybe even arrive a little early. See a map of parking locations here!!Let’s be good neighbors during this time! Please be mindful of our neighbors and their personal parking spaces. We’ll post construction updates here or in our Downtown Campus FB group.Thanks for being flexible with us during I-65 construction!
On Sunday, January 10, we announced that we've purchased the Marsh Supermarket building in Plainfield, Indiana, as a permanent location for our West Campus. We’ll begin construction to prepare the building for an official launch in 2022. We’re so grateful for the doors God has opened and the opportunity to continue bringing hope and help to our city!
Thank you for jumping in to make a difference with us during Serve Week!
Because of you, we collected over 400 coats for kids, 1,600 food and household items, 100 appreciation gifts for child welfare workers, and served our neighbors all around Indianapolis and the world.
We recently had the opportunity to check in with one of our partners, Missions of Hope International (MOHI). Check out this update with Aaron Brockett and MOHI to hear how God is continuing to make an impact in Kenya and MOHI's vision for reaching more vulnerable children and extending the reach of the Gospel.
We are committed to continuing our partnership with MOHI as they work to make an enormous difference in these children's lives, now and in the years ahead. If you'd like to partner with us, visit tpcc.org/give.
Check out a quick update between Aaron Brockett and Jake Barker about how Mission City is reaching people for Jesus and how we can continue to pray for and support them. Thank you for continuing to make an impact through your generosity!
We are currently in need of items to restock the shelves as well as provide appreciation gifts to foster parents and social workers. If you'd like to give with us, you can purchase items through our Amazon wishlist!