ChildrenChildren: Birth - KindergartenBirth - Kindergarten

ChildrenChildren: Birth - Kindergarten

Birth - Kindergarten

Our time together on Sunday (at 9 or 10:30 am) features age-appropriate worship and teaching led by experienced and vetted volunteers to help our children explore and apply the truths of God’s Word. Save a few minutes by filling out our children’s ministry registration form beforehand. Bring it with you on Sunday to the Children's Welcome Center.

> Kristin Lehr, Director of Children's Ministry, Birth - Kindergarten
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ChildrenChildren: 1st - 4th Grade1st - 4th Grade

ChildrenChildren: 1st - 4th Grade

1st - 4th Grade

On Sunday mornings, children from 1st through 4th grade will learn about God’s unconditional love through interactive and exciting large group lessons. At 9:00, children will worship together and then break up into smaller age level groups for discussion and relevant activities. At 10:30, children attend worship in the Sanctuary with their families. After musical worship, they are released to experience fun activities and discussion as a whole group. If you are a first time guest, save a few minutes by filling out our children’s ministry registration form before you come and bring it with you to the Children's Welcome Center.

> Amy Crispin, Director of Children's Ministry,1st-4th Grades
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Noah's Ark Childcare

Noah's Ark Childcare

Noah's Ark is a full-scale childcare program committed to providing a safe, healthy, and Christian environment where children can grow spiritually, emotionally, socially, physically, and intellectually. Our hours are Monday through Friday from 7 am to 6 pm. Please call to set up a tour or for more information about registration, tuition fees, and availability.

> Sherry Pipkin, Director of Noah's Ark
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Zionsville Presbyterian Church High School Ministry (ZPCHSM) meets every Sunday evening from 6-7:30 pm. We spend time eating, laughing, and worshiping our creator together. We also wrestle together with how we find our identity and significance as Christ followers.

Zionsville Presbyterian Church Middle School Ministry (ZPCMSM) exists to partner with families to help students in 5th through 8th grades connect with Christ, each other, and the larger ZPC community. We meet in Room 205 every Sunday morning from 9-10 am.

> Elia Mrakovich, Director of Student Ministries
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We hope you will worship with us! We have two Sunday worship times: 9 am is a more traditional service and 10:30 am tends to be more contemporary. Both services provide an opportunity to hear a relevant message based on scripture; to participate in musical worship, and to connect with others.

> Don Nieman, Director of Worship
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Our mission at ZPC is to be disciples who make disciples. To learn and grow as a disciple of Jesus, we hope you will:

  1. join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 9 or 10:30;
  2. consider joining a ZPC Home Group; and
  3. look at coming to the Great Banquet.

For more information contact Scott.

> Scott Shelton, Associate Pastor of Discipleship
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We're waiting for you!

You're invited to come to ZPC where you'll find people who want to talk with you and listen to you; where you can know others and be known; and where you can join us in following Jesus. We look forward to meeting you!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are service times?

Join us on Sundays at 9 am for a choir-based worship experience or at 10:30 am for a more contemporary feel with a band.

Both services last about an hour. Classes for children and adults are available at both hours. Most of the main programming for each group occurs during the 9 am hour.

What are the messages like?

We are convinced that following Jesus is not just showing up for an hour a week and then living “the rest of my life” outside the church building. For that reason, our messages are geared to bring hope, encouragement, and specific instruction from the Bible that relates to the real world challenges of living, working, learning, and relating to others in our frenzied culture.

What is the attire?

Casual or dressy? It’s truly up to you. You'll be in good company in flip-flops or heels, a tie or a t-shirt. We're really just glad you're here.

How can I get connected?

There are many ways to get connected at ZPC. Whether you're an adult, student, or child, we have classes and events for you! We encourage you to learn more about ZPC Home Groups; check out the Great Banquet; or consider ways you can serve.

ZPC sends out a weekly enewsletter called the Weekly Update that provides information about upcoming events and classes as well as information about the upcoming Sunday morning. Click below to sign up to receive these emails.

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