Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army

Our church family will be ringing bells for the Salvation Army on Saturday, December 9, from 12 to 7 p.m. at Walgreen’s on the corner of Jackson and Tillotson. We still need a few more people to fill some of the thirty-minute time slots. The ne

January Worship: A Missional Movement

When John Wesley laid the foundation for Methodism, he never intended for us to become a denomination. What he longed for was a movement that would revive missional discipleship in the Anglican Church. By missional, we mean living as a disciple of Je

Covenant Partners Donations for 2018

Covenant Partners sincerely wish to thank all those who have contributed to donating groceries for Community Day. We are hoping to continue serving this ministry in 2018. Please prayerfully consider if you are able to continue your support. We also n

Change for the Sake of Change

This Advent season, we’re exploring The Redemption of Scrooge based on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Each week, we’ll partake in an act of service or generosity that is “Redemption in Action.” On Christmas Eve, we

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

Give to Live: Andrew Thieme

As a full time student at Ball State University Andrew Thieme finds the “Thieme” to “Give to Live.” Also known as Andy, he is able to share his talents and skills with College Avenue. Being musically talented allows him to spend time being a