New Here?

The coffee and donuts are on us!

We know trying a new church can be intimidating. Here’s what you can expect from our services. Music is key, children are welcomed, and movement is more than fine. You can also take a look at our most recent service, or watch us live on Sundays.
Sometimes, we all need a morning in our pajamas
–no judgment here.

Here’s what you can expect: music is key, children are welcomed, and dress is comfy and casual!

Welcome to The Garden!

We’re an open and inclusive church where people from many paths gather to support one another and the community. We’d like to think you’ll find us to be a breath of fresh air and we hope to meet you soon!

Welcome to The Garden!

The Garden is an open and inclusive church – we’d like to think you will find us to be a breath of fresh air and hope to meet you soon!


Oct 13: What Is Truth

We are living in anxious times. That’s no secret! Just ask anyone today, “What is truth?” and you’re sure to start an interesting and perhaps even intense conversation. Try it on a university campus and you’re likely to receive laughter, ridicule, and contempt. The concept of truth has clearly fallen on hard times, and the consequences of rejecting it are ravaging human society. So this coming Sunday we are going to go back to the starting point and answer the question: What is truth? Join us Sunday, for special Guest Speaker, Tom Heaton Associate Director of Mission and Justice Ministries.

Sunday Service: 9:15 am

Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre

9301 Michigan Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Featured Events

The Breakfast Club-Oct 17

Join us for an ongoing conversation about what’s important to us, and what we want from our Sunday service going forward.
Thurs, Oct 17 from 8:30-10a
Cracker Barrel (9340 Michigan Rd)

Messy Church-Nov 3

Calling families of all shapes and sizes
join us for Messy Church!

Brunch Bunch-Oct 13

Sun, Oct 8, from 10:15a-noon
Are you looking for something fun to do after church?

Support Servants at Work SAW’s

The Garden Gives quarter 3 recipient is Servants at Work (SAWs). This local non-profit’s ecumenical, faith-based organization is dedicated to providing freedom to low-income, permanently disabled individuals through the construction of high-quality wheelchair ramps.