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Given the ongoing nature of the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve made the decision that Indian Run’s office and building will be fully closed until further notice. During this closure, Sunday morning worship services will be held online.

Our staff is working to offer online opportunities for continued connection and spiritual growth.

  • Amy Catanella, our Director of Children’s Ministries, has begun publishing Sunday School curriculum and other good information on the Indian Run Children’s Ministry Facebook page. This is a separate page from our main church page. Just search for “Indian Run Children” to connect with the page.
  • Nick Mastin, our Youth Pastor, is working on video chat opportunities for youth ministry.
  • Andrea Laux, our Director of Adult Discipleship, is investigating online small group resources and opportunities.
  • Phyllis Fetzer, our Pastor of Congregational Care, is organizing efforts to reach out to our seniors.
  • Our worship teams are working to continue to develop meaningful Sunday morning livestream worship opportunities. Links to those worship services will be available on our website and on our social media.
  • The entire staff will be staying connected through email. Staff email addresses can be found at HERE or you can simply email the general office account at: office@indianrun.org.

Stay tuned for more information about all of these efforts, and feel free to contact the appropriate staff member if you would like to help!

Please remember that we have setup a help@indianrun.org email account that is intended to help us continue to be the church for those in this time of need. If you are in need of any kind of support, just send us an email and we will do our best to help you however we can. You can also use this email address to let us know of needs that you are aware of in the community, whether it be a neighbor or a loved one. And if God gives you an idea of how we can be the church for others during this time, please let us know and we’ll see what we can do to help put that idea into action.

We also have a Pastoral Emergency voicemail box that you can use to notify us of any needs. Just call the church office at 614-889-7728, press 6 when you get the introductory message, and leave a voicemail on the emergency line. We will be notified and return your call as soon as we are able.

Please be sure to keep us updated with any prayer requests or praises that you would like to share with the congregation. You can send those requests to office@indianrun.org or to Phyllis or Jeff directly if you would like it to remain confidential.

As we continue to support the needs of our community by staying separate, always remember that we are intimately connected in the heart of God and as the Body of Christ. We are in this together, and we will get through this together. God is good, God is faithful, and God’s love is abundantly given to each and every of us. As our Irish Blessing reminds us, there will be a time when we will meet again. Until that time, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
Update: March 28, 8:00pm
Until further notice, the church office and building is closed. 
Our Preschool will remain closed through April 15th.
Sunday morning worship services will be held online until further notice. 
Our staff will be staying connected through email, that is the best way to get in touch with anyone here. Staff contact information can be found HERE or, email the general office account at: office@indianrun.org.
We want to continue to be the church during this time of separation and help those in need.
If you or someone you know have a need that we can help, or if you have and idea for a way to help others that you would like to lead just send an email to help@indianrun.org and we will be there for you!
 
Update from West Ohio Conference:
Coronavirus Update: March 12, 8 pm
Bishop Palmer is strongly urging West Ohio Conference churches to cancel public worship for the next two weeks. This is not a decision he has taken lightly. These precautions are for the health and safety of everyone. Please remember the poor and marginalized still depend on our churches. Please continue to pray for those directly affected by illness and those making decisions to keep all of us safe
 
 
The Season of Lent at Indian Run
Lent is a season of forty days, not counting Sundays,
which begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday.
The forty days represents the time Jesus spent in the wilderness, enduring the temptation of Satan and
preparing to begin his ministry.
Lent is a time of repentance, fasting, and preparation
for the coming of Easter.
It is a time of self-examination and reflection.

No matter where you are on your journey of faith, we welcome you to be a part of our church family.          We pray that you will find Indian Run to be a place where you can come to know the infinite love of            God and the abundant life that comes from following Jesus.