Safety

UPDATE: Due to probable exposure of some members of our staff to COVID-19, we feel it is in the best interest of our staff and congregation to temporarily cancel all in-person activities as a precaution. This includes office hours, meetings, and worship at Davis Park. We will continue to provide a virtual service each week at 8:00 a.m. It is pre-recorded, so you can watch anytime. We anticipate that this temporary cancellation will last two weeks, from July 30 through August 14, but we will keep you posted if we decide to extend it further. Make sure to check our website, social media, and your email for further updates.
In-person worship is back in full swing at Davis Park! Click here for more information. 
We advise you to keep up to date with COVID-19 on the CDC website. Click here to access the CDC's Coronavirus webpage. Click here for MSN updates that are Indiana specific.

Continuing Activities

  • Davis Park Worship
    • Sundays at 9:00 AM
    • No worship in the event of bad weather
  • Online Worship
    • Posted online and on Social Media 8:00 AM Sundays
    • You can watch sermons you've missed online via:
  • Pastors are available by phone, text, and email
    • Pastor Corinne Boruff
      • Phone: 317-902-1843
      • Email:
    • Pastor Don Deena Johnson
      • Phone: 765-623-1508
      • Email:
  • Office open M-Th 9-4 p.m. and Fri 9-12 p.m
  • Library open M-Th 9-4 p.m. and Fri 9-12 p.m
  • Phone call check-ins will continue...FaceTime is encouraged if you're able!
  • Children and Youth Ministry continue online with weekly activities and messages
  • Worship CD's are being created and distributed to those who cannot access our virtual worship service
  • Messages of encouragement and love will continue thru newspaper adds, Facebook posts, VOICE, postcards, and website with continue regularly
  • Community Café has resumed
  • Helping Hands has resumed
  • House churches or small groups (6-12) for worship, discussion or study are encouraged
  • Giving opportunities remain available on the website or by mail
  • Those at high-risk are encouraged to stay home and stay safe