Local. community.

You're not meant to be alone

The supportive “bones” of our church are 8–12 person Communities.

We desire these to become a network of localized “outposts” of the church in the various areas of our place where face-to-face friendships of enjoyment and caring develop, where we read and wrestle with Scripture and its life implications together, where we pray with and for one another, where we consider and act on ways to love others and serve our community together. Where we become friends encountering Jesus together.


Our Emphasis: In order to address some of the areas we think the Lord is growing and challenging our church in, we’ll be reading the book, “Learning Evangelism from Jesus,” by Jerram Barrs. Each chapter is a walk through a story from one of the gospels where Jesus interacts with a specific person. This not only shows us what loving people into the Kingdom looks like, but the emphasis on Scripture will allow us to grow in our own knowledge of God’s Word and in our relationship with Christ. 

We are consistently preparing our leaders and inviting new people into our Communities, so if you'd like to be a part of one of these groups please sign up HERE

    Reformed University fellowship (RUF)

    Students: Check out Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at IU. For info on Small Groups, events, & other stuff happening in RUF check out our website or social media:

    www.iuruf.org FB group: IU RUF Twitter: @IURUF Instagram: IU RUF

    Weekly Large Group is on Tuesdays at 8PM in Woodburn 120

    This is a place for students to meet up on a regular basis to discuss Jesus, the Bible, theology, faith & doubt, and to experience life in community.

    RUF currently has a variety of groups for freshmen, upperclassmen, and men and women. These are led by both staff and student leaders.

    Brad & Caroline also host Sunday night dinners every other Sunday evening, get a taste of home.

    To find out more, contact Brad, our RUF campus minister:


    Or one of our interns: