Welcome, friend. We’re glad you’re here. We meet at Legacy Christian School on Sundays at 10:00am.
This Noblesville Times piece touches a bit on why we wanted to plant this church:
How long is a typical service?
We meet for about an hour and a half. We serve communion on the 1st Sunday of every month.
How are you managing the Covid-19 pandemic?
We continue to adjust our ministry in light of Covid-19. Masks are optional in all of our ministries and we defer to your comfort level & discretion on social distancing. There are still masks & hand sanitizer available at arrival.
If I am more comfortable watching from home, do I have that option?
In short, absolutely. In addition to the top of our homepage livingbranch.net, we will livestream our service on YouTube Live (Click here) and Facebook Live (Click here). We want to ensure that those who are unable to attend still have access to worship, but we see the biblical significance of the gathered people, so we see this as a supplement but not a replacement for the embodied church.
What’s it like?
We are a new church in Noblesville, Indiana with a vision to share God’s love in our city and throughout Hamilton County. Dress how you feel led- there is no expectation. We have a historical service with a contemporary feel.
Do you offer a children’s ministry?
Yes- we love children. They are always welcome to join us either for part or all of the worship service, or if you like, we provide a nursery and children’s church as optional ministries.
What do you believe the Gospel is?
The Gospel is the good news of all that God has done, is doing and will do through the person and work of Jesus Christ. We all have a story. They contains names, dates and places. They also contain dreams and sorrows. The Bible tells us our stories are not just about us; they are about God. Though He loves us and created us to “glorify and enjoy Him forever,” the bad news is that we have each chosen to run from Him. In a world full of sinful people, things are very broken, yet God is dedicated to healing us, whether we realize it or not! At the heart of God’s story is a happy ending: Jesus Christ was sent to reconcile, to redeem and to restore us by dying on a cross and rising miraculously from the dead. Trusting in Him alone is what it means to be saved. The amazing thing is that God does not just save us, but He uses us. Broken and hurting people can bring this hope and healing to others by His Spirit’s power and help. God has a plan “to make disciples of all nations.” What a gift that Living Branch Church gets to play a small part in that! We invite you to consider if you too, want this good news to be a part of your story.
Here’s a small glimpse into life at Living Branch. Go ahead and take a sneak peek.
Ready to make Living Branch Church your home?
It is biblical to commit to a local church (Rom. 12:4-5, Eph. 2:9-22, 1 Cor. 12:12-27) – for your vote and say in church matters, so the elders can care well for you, and for your spiritual benefit! If you have been coming to Living Branch for a while already and prayerfully want this community to be your church, the below attachment is a membership profile that the elders need as soon as you are able. No trick questions! E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your presence at LBC.