7/5: open-air worship at Shiloh Park

7/12: worship returns to the sanctuary

As Indiana eases restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, church leadership has decided that - weather permitting - we will gather for worship in the open-air Sundays, 10:30 AM at Shiloh Park, our Nazarene district campground (1734 South 350 East, Marion, IN 46953). 

Shiloh Park's outdoor pavilion provides a space where we can worship together as a body while maintaining physical distancing practices in the added safety of the open-air. (Benches are available, or feel free to bring your own chair!) We began meeting this way on May 24, and it has been wonderful to see each other and worship together. Please join us! (Watch this space for cancellation notices due to unfavorable weather.) 

Our plan is to return to our sanctuary for worship on Sunday, July 12 (10:30am). We will maintain recommended health and safety precautions, including physical distancing; stay tuned for more detailed safety guidelines to be posted here and on our church Facebook page.

Whatever happens, we will continue to stream our services online - click here to navigate to our church Facebook page and join our live stream, or watch on YouTube later in the day (please subscribe!), and share the links to your own social networks! You can view past services our MEDIA page. Thank you for continuing to faithfully worship through giving - you may continue to mail your offerings to the church office, or set up automatic payments through your bank, or give online through tithe.ly (new!).


We're glad you found your way to our church website. Maybe you're new to the Marion area and are seeking a church to call home. Maybe you've never been to church in your life, or maybe it's been a very long time. Maybe you're just looking for a place to connect with others to see what this whole "God" thing is all about. Whatever the case, you are welcome here. We are not a perfect church. But we worship a perfect God who is, by grace and the power of the Holy Spirit, helping us more perfectly reflect His son, Jesus. We believe our only hope, and the hope of the world, is Jesus. He is the reason we exist and the reason we sing!