Ministries

Sunday School

Sunday school is held each Sunday morning for children preschool-aged through high school seniors. All are welcome. Students in high school participate in Teen Night activities on a monthly basis. Other activities throughout the year include participating in service projects, vacation Bible school, and the Easter and Christmas programs.

Bible and Missions

This program distributes Bibles and Bible story books (free of charge or obligation) to anyone who needs them. Large print Bibles, audio Bibles, pocket Bibles, etc. are also available. In addition, this program supports various local, national, and international mission organizations. We sponsor missionaries and other projects such as prison ministries, Bible distribution projects, and Christian education programs including schools in Haiti, Mexico, and Jamaica.

HarvestCall

HarvestCall is an outreach arm of the Apostolic Christian Church of America. It is a new ministry formed from the merger of the ACCA’s World Relief and Mission Committee. HarvestCall’s purpose is to enable the Apostolic Christian brotherhood to proclaim Christ and serve others beyond the capacity of the local church. By working together, they strive to alleviate suffering and despair around the world by sharing Jesus through words of truth and deeds of compassion.

 Some of the HarvestCall activities that our church family is involved in include:

  • Local Projects: Opportunities abound to serve other in such activities as: helping to shingle a roof for a needy family or local mission agency such as the Lafayette Urban Mission.
  • Support of Denominational Efforts: Our local church also supports and participates in the efforts of the national Apostolic Christian HarvestCall board. This board coordinates both domestic (e.g. rebuilding in Biloxi, AL after hurricane Katrina) and international (e.g., Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, India, etc.) relief work. For more information, contact us.

Purdue Young Group

The purpose of this organization is to provide Christian fellowship and mutual support and accountability among students on campus who share a common faith in Jesus Christ. The group exists to help its members and others learn more about the Word of God as set forth in the Holy Bible and to promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Club activities include weekly group Bible studies and praise singings, topical presentations by pastors, get - togethers with other college youth groups and much more.  The PYG also manages FreeBibleNow.org, a Bible distribution organization, and volunteers at Lafayette Urban Ministries (the Lafayette homeless shelter).

Apostolic Christian Church
West Lafayette

Location

6101 N. 75 E.
West Lafayette, IN 47906