Welcome to Remedy City Church in Muncie, Indiana! We are glad you are taking a look at how the Lord is working in and through us.
We are far from perfect, but we are trying to follow God’s leading, adoring him for his grace through Jesus Christ.
If you are planning a visit, we imagine that you may have some questions for us. Here are answers to some of them:
Our church is our people, but we know what you mean! We are sharing space at Riverside United Methodist Church. When you enter the church building, our greeting team will help you find your way to our gathering.
You will find plenty of parking in the lot behind the church building at the corner of Wheeling and Neely.
On Sundays, we meet at 11:00 a.m. for about an hour and a half.
On Wednesdays, we meet from 7:00→8:30 p.m. Since Wednesday meetings are in the homes of our people, we welcome you to send an email to email@example.com to learn the location.
We read the Bible together. We pray. We study God's word through a sermon. We sing. And we reflect on our union with God through Jesus Christ by taking the Lord's Supper together.
We enjoy dessert or a snack together. We catch up and get to know one another. We pray for one another and for our city, we work on serving our city, and we discuss how the Sunday sermon passage is relevant to our lives.
Please dress comfortably to any of our gatherings. Just bring yourself. You're welcome to bring a friend too.
On Sundays, your children can sit with you at the beginning. Your infants and toddlers may as well, or you may drop them off at the nursery.
The pastor directs the first part of the sermon to the older kids so that you and they can discuss it later that day. The pastor will then dismiss kids ages 5th grade and below to Sunday school. Of course, your child can remain with you throughout the preaching; we have activity materials they can work on.
On Wednesdays, since we meet in our homes, your children will be close by. We provide safe and fun activities in the next room during our own discussion and prayer. We think their participation during service projects is valuable as age appropriate.