Home Fellowships

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“And daily in the temple, and in every house, they did not cease teaching and preaching Jesus as the Christ.”

| Why we do home fellowships |

Everyone Discipled and Discipling
There is very little that is more essential to the purpose of the church than that of being a disciple and making disciples. Whether it is reaching out to unbelievers or walking with mature Christians, each person that makes up the body of Christ gets to be involved in being used by God to shape others into the image of Christ. Discipleship is hard and messy.  It involves intentionally getting to know someone, having hard conversations when sin is evident, working through conflict, and spending extra time with them when life gets hard.

  1. 2 Timothy 2:2, Acts 18:26-28, Titus 2:3-4

For more on the vision and purpose of home fellowships click here.

Jordan McGaughey
Home fellowships coordinator

Locations

Map locations are approximate, not exact. Please contact the leader for their full address.

Horizon Indy

Horizon Indy

Jordan McGaughey

Wednesday | 6:30-8:30
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José Delgado

3rd Sunday | 6:40-8:30
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Tim Williams

1st Friday | 6:30-8:30 PM
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Adrian O'Reilly

Wednesday | 7-8:30
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Randall Dodge

Tuesdays | 7-8:30
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Paul Lange

Wednesday | 7-8:30
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Dave Holly

Wednesday | 6:30-8:30 PM
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Tracy Gray

Wednesday | 7-8:30
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Bill Goodrich

Wednesday | 7-8:30
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David Sanders

Wednesday | 7-8:30
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Wilson Younge

Wednesday | 7-8:30
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Tim Kincade

Wednesday | 7-8:30
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The info below currently reflects the Summer Home Fellowship season that will begin May 15.

Leader: David Sanders
Host: Sanders | McCordsville 46055
Topic: The Truth Project 
Wednesday | 7-8:30
Childcare

Leader: Randall Dodge
Host: Varies  | 46236 area
Topic: The Sons of Jacob
Tuesday | 7-8:30

Leader: Wilson Younge
Host: Younge | Lawrence 46236
Topic: Hebrews 
Wednesday | 7-8:30

Leader: Tim Williams
Host: Williams | INDPLS 46229
Topic: Nehemiah
Fridays | 6:30-8

Leader: Paul Lange
Host: Marr | INDPLS 46220
Topic: TBD
Wednesday | 7-8:30

Leader: Tim Kincade
Host: Kincade | Fishers 46037
Topic: Fruit of the Spirit
Wednesday | 7-8:30

Leader: Dave Holly
Host: Holly | Fishers 46037
Topic: Cultural Issues Biblical Answers
Wednesday | 7-8:30
Childcare

Leader: Adrian O’Reilly
Host: Higgs | INDPLS 46235
Topic: Romans
Wednesday | 7-8:30
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Leader: Jordan McGaughey
Host: McGaughey | Lawrence 46236
Topic: Acts
Wednesday | 6:30-8:30
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Leader: José Delgado
Host: Delgado | Fishers 46037
Topic: Matthew
3rd Sundays | 6:40-8:30
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Leader: Bill Goodrich/Ron Ewing
Host: Goodrich | Lawrence 46236
Topic: Romans
Wednesday | 7-8:30

Leader: Tracy Gray
Host: Grays | Greenfield 46040
Topic: Sermon Talks
Wednesday | 7-8:30

WHY WE DO HOME FELLOWSHIPS

Everyone Discipled and Discipling

There is very little that is more essential to the purpose of the church than that of being a disciple and making disciples. Whether it is reaching out to unbelievers or walking with mature Christians, each person that makes up the body of Christ gets to be involved in being used by God to shape others into the image of Christ. Discipleship is hard and messy.  It involves intentionally getting to know someone, having hard conversations when sin is evident, working through conflict, and spending extra time with them when life gets hard.

  1. 2 Timothy 2:2, Acts 18:26-28, Titus 2:3-4
Devotion to the Scriptures

The word is taught and highly regarded. Paul encouraged over and over again the vast importance of healthy doctrine. Good teaching sown, reaps healthy, usable fruit within the body of Christ. More than anything we want people to be lovers of the person of Jesus. We do not want to be merely lovers of sermons, ministry, good books or community. Our devotion to the Word reveals the person of the Word. This is where each person in the body learns to feed themselves with the Scriptures.

  1. Titus 1:9, 2:7, Acts 20:26,27, 1 Timothy 4:16
Koinonia | The Biblical Relational Environment

Home fellowships are to provide the committed, loving, and biblical relationships seen in the New Testament. Meeting in a home and in small groups allows for a unique opportunity to exercise the kind of intimate fellowship we find within the early church. The small group that meets in a home can become something like the immediate spiritual family of the church. It is the people we know the best, not necessarily because of mutual interests or similar life situations—it is because we have chosen to gather together on a regular basis in a small context and learn to love one another, bear each other’s burdens and follow Jesus together.

  1. Galatians 6:2, James 5:16, 1 Peter 4:8
Spirit Led Prayer and Worship

The time of gathering is to be lead by the Holy Spirit. This can be a time to sit before the Lord as a group and pray and seek Him. The flexibility of the small group allows for this time.

  1. Colossians 1:18, Ephesians 6:18
Spiritual Growth

We want to be made like Jesus. This would include a loving and surrendered life to Jesus, as well as accountability for spiritual disciplines concerning the Word, prayer, discipleship, sin, understanding, etc.

  1. Hebrews 5:12-14, 6:1-3, 2 Peter 3:18
Active members of the body

The intimacy and closeness of HFs provide an opportunity for people to serve in their giftings. Time and chance can be given during the gatherings because the time is intentionally structured to create space for everyone in the body to contribute during the gatherings and in everyday life.

  1. 1 Corinthians 12, 1 Corinthians 14:26, 1 Corinthians 14:29-31
Neighborhood Outreach/Involvement

Being in a home that likely lies within a neighborhood that represents hundreds sometimes thousands of people, HFs can be used to walk through, pray for, and share with neighbors. HFs provide a great time to invite people from your neighborhood to bible study and to serve by cleaning up or doing service projects for those in need.

  1. Matthew 28:19-20, Acts 1:8, 19:10
Multiplication

The true fruit of a strong leader is not followers, but more strong leaders.  The true fruit of a healthy small group is not just more people in that group, but more healthy small groups. Our aim is to see leaders developed and equipped to help multiply small groups that so greatly add to the health, strength, and outreach of the body.

  1. John 17:20, 2 Timothy 2:2, 1 Thessalonians 1:8