Our call is to look more like Jesus. 

One way to do this is to learn more about God in community with others. Please consider the following groups, classes, and events that ZPC is offering.

Adults

ZPC Home Groups are the most effective way to build relationships through discussing and applying the sermon scripture, and praying and serving together. 

Our groups meet for three sessions each year. [Remaining sessions for this year are: Jan 14-March 17; April 7-May 19].

> Contacts:  Scott Shelton [317.873.6503 x 1007]
                           Sally Bias [317.873.6503 x 1018]

Ready to take a step in faith, grow in your understanding of God’s grace and experience Christian community? Then you are in the right place. Great Banquet weekends (for adults 18+) are ready to meet you where you are and help you grow in God’s love. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE GREAT BANQUET

Brian and Susan O'Dell  

GRACE MARRIAGE

Do you want more grace, more gratitude, and more connection in your marriage? Then join us for Grace Marriage! The group will meet February 10, and April 27 from 3-7 pm with an optional dinner afterward. Contact Scott for more information.

+ Scott Shelton [317.873.6503]

Every Thursday, 9-11:30 am

Location: Room 202

We sew warm quilts for the women of Horizon House and other organizations that serve the homeless. We also knit warm hats to go with each quilt, and prayer shawls for anyone going through a difficult time. Recently, some of the women have made dresses for children in Haiti. We share our lives and prayer concerns during a devotional time at the end of each gathering.

Sue Armstrong [817.847.7018]
+ Bobbi Rounds 

 

SPIRITUAL FORMATION CLASS | SUNDAY | 9 AM | CHAPEL

Lenten Study of the writings of Evelyn Underhill 

This class will focus on short, daily readings by Evelyn Underhill. Underhill is one of the outstanding modern writers on the interior life. She wrote from the perspective of living in two worlds – natural and supernatural. She advocated a distinctive type of contemplative life that emphasized a sense of community rather than a focus on the individual. During her lifetime and since her death in 1941 many have found in her writings the understanding they need as they strive to live an inward spiritual life in the Christian tradition. 

Lisa Prince [317.809.8990]

THINKING BIBLICALLY | SUNDAYS | 9:15-10:20 AM | ROOM 206

Genesis 1-11 - Primeval History 

Join this group as they examine Genesis and the dialogue between Yahweh Elohim (the Lord God), Adam, and Eve, and the aftermath of their choice.

Up next is C.S. Lewis and his The Screwtape Letters. Each Sunday we will read aloud two or three of these letters, in order to glean from them who we are in a world of good and evil. We look forward to moments of interactive dialogue.

All adults along with middle schoolers and high schoolers are welcome to join.

+ Stan Johnson [781.883.5577]

+ Jim Cochrane [317.650.9668]


Women

Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) Mondays | 6:50-8:30 pm

Women of all ages around the world have the opportunity to study the Bible together, exploring the meaningful questions of life, going deeper in their relationship with Jesus Christ and connecting with other women in conversations about things
that matter.

Group members spend time in personal Bible study during the week with questions that prompt deeper thought. Once a week they meet in-person or online for small group discussion. They also have access to teaching that applies the truths of scripture to daily life along with comprehensive lesson notes on the passage
they studied.

Join us on Monday evenings as we study John, or find other class days and times, by going to joinbsf.com.

Laurie Poteet [317.431.4452]

The purpose of Faithful Moms is to encourage one another through various stages of motherhood while growing our faith. We have a social every season and an ongoing Bible study called Stretch Marks. Come to one meeting or make them all. All moms welcome.

Hillary Bustamante 
Lisa Price [317.873.6503]

Personal. Directed. Transformational. Biblical. Flexible in timing and place. Multiplies. These words describe Heart to Heart Discipleship at ZPC. We'd love to help you intentionally grow as a follower of Jesus! Whether you would describe your walk with Christ as brand new, still being considered, or a long-term relationship you’ve had for years, this approach to discipleship can serve you.

This relationship with another woman provides:
• Friendship
• Prayer
• Encouragement, as you learn from each other
• Time together in God’s Word
• Preparation to pass on what you learn to someone else
• A meeting time and place that fits your lifestyle

SIGN UP NOW

Heart to Heart partners utilize Destined resources. These four books cover personal growth and training elements that equip individuals to walk with Christ and assist others to do the same. Destined study guides are $11 and available by contacting Sally Bias.

+ Sally Eisbrenner [317.294.0130]

The MomCo at ZPC | Friday mornings September through April + Playdates | approx. 2x a month | 9:30 am-11:30 am | ZPC Gathering Space

The MomCo is an international non-profit organization with over 2,500 chapters worldwide, for moms of all ages providing an opportunity to meet other moms and take the journey of motherhood together.

The MomCo at ZPC exists to equip, encourage, develop, and nurture moms. Childcare is provided. 

The registration fee for MomCo at ZPC is $130 per mom. This covers The MomCo by MOPS International registration, our operating costs, childcare, speakers, and materials. Please do not let cost in any way influence your decision to join. Scholarships are available. 

Sarah LaPlante [317.873.6503]

REGISTER FOR The MomCo 

What happens at The MomCo meeting?

The MomCo meeting includes Coffee, brunch, childcare, fellowship, a speaker, and small group discussion. 

Soul Sisters | Thursdays | 9:30-11:30 am

Soul Sisters is a women's bible study offered on Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 am and Mondays from 7-8:30 pm.

Thursday Soul Sisters

Thursday morning Soul Sisters Women’s Bible Study will be studying John MacArthur’s book Daniel and Esther-Israel in Exile through small group discussion and large group teaching provided by Dr. Scott Toussaint. Please purchase your own copy of the book. Spring semester goes from January 11-March 28.

> Leigh Ann Douglas [317.695.3718]

Monday Soul Sisters

Soul Sisters | Mondays | 7-9 pm

Monday night Soul Sisters will be studying the Book of Acts using a study/video series authored by Kristi McLelland, entitled The Gospel on the Ground - The Grit& Glory of the Early Church in Acts. She teaches the Bible through a Middle Eastern lens. Participants are asked to order their own study books, which cost approximately $25.

Contact Barb to join.

> Barb Luther [317.513.6945]

1st Tuesdays
10 am – 12 pm

Starting Anew is a ZPC ministry designed to provide loving support to widows while we discover God’s new plan for our lives. Meetings will be the first Tuesday of each month from 10 am to 12 pm in the Chapel. Contact Barb for more information.

Barb Luther

Men

ZPC Men believe in the mission of the church and are disciples who make other disciples. We accomplish this by connecting with other ZPC Men, build healthier relationships with family and friends and deepen our intimacy with God. We also have a heck of a lot of fun through events and get-togethers!
All are welcome!

+ Tim Millar [317.847.0496]