Fishers campus

9820 E. 141 Sreet,  Fishers, IN  46038

Sunday - 8: 30 & 10:00 am


  • Student Life

    When: Wednesdays

    Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    Where: Life Church Fishers Campus

    Contact: Pastor Jamie Coleman


    Student Life is a youth ministry for 6th through 12th graders. Join in on a time of games, socializing, sharing of the word, and small groups. Our goal is that youth will  be inspired to know all that God has in store for their life! Contact Pastor Jamie Coleman for more information at jamie@lifechurchin.com

  • The Herd (18-30)

    The Herd is a motivated group of young adults, ages 18-30, coming together to a develop and strengthen lifelong intimate relationship with Jesus. Join us as we encourage each other and study the word, all while having fun.  We meet every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at the Noblesville campus at 7:00 pm. For More information contact either Pastor Ross Steele at ross@lifechurchin.com or Josephine Alcorn at josephine@lifechurchin.com.

  • Legacy Life (55+)

    A thriving group of people who love to gather, study God's Word and serve the community.   We have several events a month listed below and would love for you to join us!  Anyone 55 and older is welcome!


    Monthly Luncheons

    Bible Studies

    Outreaches


    Contact Pastor Cathy Peternel for more information at cathy@lifechurchin.com

  • Pastoral Care Team

    The goal of our Pastoral Care Team is to minister to our local congregation spirit, soul, and body. Pastoral Care is a ministry of compassion that is motivated by the love of God. If you would like to join our team or find yourself in need of care, please let us know.  


    Contact Pastor Cathy Peternel for more information at cathy@lifechurchin.com

  • Campus Prayer

    When: Every Saturday 

    Time: 9-10 am

    Where: Fishers Campus


    Time of prayer for the entire campus with worship and a short devotion followed by specific prayer topics.

  • FeedingTeam.org

    We are working together with FeedingTeam.org to help provide food for our hungry neighbors with an emphasis on serving families that don’t fit the models of public assistance and traditional food pantries. If you would like to help us stock the pantry, you can drop off food at the church office during office hours or on Sundays.  


    Most needed items:  Ramen Noodles, canned chicken and tuna, canned chili, Peanut butter, jelly, chunky soups, mac & cheese, skillet dinners, powdered drinks, canned fruit, and toiletries.