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Spring 2018 Financial Report

We are thankful for your generous financial gifts that support these ministries. As of March 31, we are $11,408 behind on committed giving, but only $9,392 behind on the overall budget due to lower spending. Please catch up on your giving as we a


Shepherd’s Camp

“I love Shepherd’s Camp,” said a five-year old. “This church is so loving and welcoming,” said a 14-year old. “After spending the weekend worshiping, eating, and serving together, everyone feels like family to me,” said someone in their


Faith Promise Sunday: Theoneste Nzaranyimana, Jr. from Africa University

Theoneste (Theo) Nzaranyimana, Jr., is a PhD student in youth development and agricultural education at Purdue University. A native of Rwanda, Theo completed his undergraduate work in horticulture at Africa University in Zimbabwe. He received a maste


Poverty Simulation by Rachel Yalley

According to the Census Bureau, more than 45 million (14.5%) of Americans live below the poverty line in 2017. Delaware County has the highest percentage of children living in poverty with Muncie’s poverty rate at 32.2%. Most often when statistics


We Are Your Church Photo Series by Pauleina Brunnemer

Before I decided to join the communications team at College Avenue, Pastor Lisa asked to have a meeting with me. During this meeting she put an emphasis on how using communications can help us tell the story of College Avenue. I threw out a few ideas


Give to Live: Kimberly Rybarczyk

Kimberly Rybarczyk has been a member of College Avenue for over 33 years and demonstrates “Give to Live” through her service and compassion. She serves as the joint Chair of Congregational Care in charge of Lay Care, the Social Coordinator of Soc


Pizza with Pastor Lisa

As new school year begins for Ball State and Indiana Academy Students, the excitement of new classes and potential new friends hover over Muncie. On Sunday, August 21, Pastor Lisa, led a wonderful sermon from the ‘Home Sick’ series. It was also t


A Better Way Work Day

On Saturday, September 16, College Avenue made it a “batter” day at A Better Way. With a whole crew of people, College Avenue was able to contribute their talents, and God given gifts to his people. Teresa Clemmons, Executive Direct of A Better W


Poverty Simulation

Join us on Sunday, October 22, at 6:00 p.m. (registration at 5:30)  in Wesley Hall for a transforming experience designed to increase our awareness of poverty. Upon arrival, we will receive an identity and will then make decisions to cope with our s