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.
Midtown Campus RelaunchIn Summer 2021, we announced plans to relaunch our Midtown campus in 2022. We hired a campus pastor who has formed a campus staff team and launch team. Midtown gatherings will begin on Sunday, January 23, 2022, at Glendale Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Broad Ripple while we prepare our permanent facility for relocation.
West Campus Permanent LocationIn January 2021, we announced that we purchased the Marsh Supermarket building in Plainfield, Indiana, as a permanent location for our West campus. Work is underway to prepare the building for an official move from Avon Middle School North in 2022.
Churches grow and reach more people for Jesus with humble, hungry, and healthy leaders. We want to develop and multiply healthy disciples and effective leaders in the church and the marketplace.
Leadership ResidencyThe purpose of our residency program is to bridge the gap between classroom knowledge and real-world application on the journey of vocational ministry.
Leadership CollegeWe’re currently building the infrastructure to launch our brand new Leadership College in Fall 2022. Through partnership with Southeastern University, we’ll offer a two-year program where students can earn their Associate of Arts in Ministerial Leadership and gain hands-on ministry experience alongside our Traders Point team.
Church PlantsTwo new church plants launched with the support of Traders Point.
Accelerate Church in Camden, New Jersey, received $50,000 to support them in their September 2021 launch. They are averaging 250 people per week since their launch.
History Makers Church in Miami, Florida, received $75,000 to support them in their launch. They are meeting every other Sunday for pop-up events and have been averaging 230 people at these events.
In addition to dollars given, the leadership of Traders Point has also poured significant time and resources into mentorship and training of church leaders all across the country.
All across our communities and globe, vulnerable children face not only physical risks; they’re in danger of not knowing their heavenly Father. Our desire is to not only meet their physical needs, but to create relationships where Jesus can be made known.
Foster and Adoption Ministry (FAM)FAM serves families who are fostering children in Indiana, providing resources to support them in their journey.
Care CommunitiesCare Communities offer foster families emotional, spiritual, physical, and financial support through practical help such as housework, childcare, tutoring, and meals.
FAM Resource CenterThe FAM Resource Center provides critical items to foster families, such as car seats, cribs, beds, and diapers.
Local Mission TripsWe launched a new opportunity this year to serve our local outreach partners in Indianapolis through local mission trips. Participants visited six of our partners to learn more about the work they do and to serve alongside them.
Organizations served on local mission trips: - Ascent 121 - Life Centers - Brookside Community Center - Str8Up Ministries - Wheeler Mission - Shepherd Community Center
Afghan Refugee ReliefIn September 2021, we collected gift cards to provide tangible needs for Afghan refugee children at Camp Atterbury (less than 40 miles south of Indianapolis).
Christmas Outreach ProjectDuring the Christmas 2021 season, we partnered with local outreach partners to provide Christmas gifts for parents to choose at our partners' Christmas stores.
Thank you for all the ways you’ve made a difference through your time, talents, and resources. Your generosity has propelled the mission forward to bring hope and help to our city and beyond.