A local church with four campuses will soon expand to six with a focus on midtown Indianapolis and the northeast side.
This year, Traders Point Christian Church will open two new campuses – one in Broad Ripple and one in Fishers at Fall Creek Intermediate School, 12011 Olio Rd.
“Our desire is that each of our campuses are ultimately located in permanent facilities,” said Aaron Brockett, lead pastor at Traders Point Christian Church. “Efforts to identify a permanent location are under way, and building plans for that location have not yet been determined.”
Brockett said the church identified northeast Indianapolis as a place for growth based on the number of people traveling more than 20 minutes to attend Traders Point at their Avon, Carmel, downtown Indianapolis and Whitestown campuses.
“There are currently 1.7 million people in Indianapolis who are disconnected from a local church. This includes about 206,000 people in northeast Indy,” Brockett said. “Our heart is for people in northeast Indy to have real hope and peace through a relationship with Jesus. Traders Point’s mission is to remove unnecessary barriers that keep people from Jesus.”
Services as the Fishers campus will begin Feb. 23. Service times are 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. Learn more at tpcc.org.
“People are dealing with anxiety, fear and difficult circumstances seemingly more than ever,” Brockett said. “Our desire as a church is to bless the City of Indianapolis. Regardless of who attends any of our campuses around Indy, we want everyone in the city to feel that Traders Point has been helpful and hopeful.”