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Welcome to Kingsway Christian Church!

Kingsway Christian Church is a church committed to becoming more like Jesus. We love God,  we love one another, and we love the world. If you are new to Kingsway, we would love a chance to connect with you!


What to Expect


Here are some basic questions answered to help you feel comfortable visiting Kingsway: 

We're excited for you to worship with us.

Join us for any of our Sunday worship services: 9:00 AM | 11:00 AM | Online

Do you have a child that is joining? Our check-in spaces are open from 8:45 AM-9:15 AM and again at 10:45 AM-11:15 AM. Check out our kids & students section below for more information.

Where is Kingsway located, and how do I get there? 

Kingsway is located at the corner of 10th Street (100 N.) and Dan Jones Road (800 E.) in Avon, Indiana. We are approximately six miles west of I-465 on the west side of Indianapolis. Here’s a map for directions.

Where do I park?

The main parking lot is located on the southwest side of the church. This large parking area can be accessed from both 10th Street or Dan Jones Road. First-time guests are encouraged to park in reserved parking spaces located closest to the Main Entrance doors in the main parking lot. For those who require handicap parking, the lot on the east side of the building is available; these parking spaces are close to the building, and the entrance is handicap accessible. Families with small children are encouraged to park in the reserved spots, also directly in front of the Main Entrance.

What door should I enter?

The Main Entrance doors that are located in front of the main parking lot on the southwest side of the building. This will take you directly to our Welcome Hub, where you can ask questions and learn more about our kids and students programming.

What is offered for kids and students? 

Kids classes are high-energy, interactive and age-appropriate. Check out the kids page to learn more about the loving and safe programming offered for newborns through Grade 4.

Students in Grades 5-12 have lots of great experiences at weekend services and beyond. Check out the students page to learn more about the programming offered.

If you would like to pre-register your child for either ministry, you can click the button below. We allow for pre-registration up until the Saturday night prior to that Sunday Morning service. On Sunday mornings, our check-in spaces are open from 8:45 AM-9:15 AM and again at 10:45 AM-11:15 AM.


What can I expect during worship services? 

Real people. Passionate worship. The truth being taught. In addition to time spent singing to God and listening to a message from the Bible, here are a few things you can expect:


Baptism is a visible expression of an inward decision to follow Jesus, to allow him to take control of one's life. Baptism does not earn salvation; it's simply God's way of allowing us to show that we believe in what Jesus did for us on the cross and that we're trusting in him alone to save us from the penalty of our sins (see Acts 2:38, Ephesians 2:8-10 and Colossians 2:12). Each worship service is concluded with an invitation to become a Christ-follower. If you come forward during this time, a decision counselor will talk to you about your decision. You can be immersed at the end of the service or can request a scheduled baptism. If you have questions or want to learn more, please stop by the Connect Hub.

Communion (or the Lord's Supper)

Communion is the "meal" Jesus gave to remind us of the price he paid – he gave his life – for our sins. All Christians are invited to eat the bread and drink the juice after quiet meditation. If you're not yet a Christian, it's a great time to think about the message you've heard and the experience you've had.


As Christians, we give an offering out of love to support God’s work through Kingsway. Visitors should not feel obligated to give. We hope they receive something from being at Kingsway.

Is there a dress code? 

At Kingsway, you’ll see as much variety in dress as you see in people. Some folks wear T-shirts and jeans. Others wear the more traditional Sunday attire. We don't judge by appearances because we know that God is interested in what's on the inside, so come as you are.