Welcome

If you are looking for a church to be a part of, we would love to have you join us. Please feel free to visit any Sunday.

ClearNote Church is a reformed, evangelical, Christian church. 

  • "Reformed" means that we believe God is sovereign in all aspects of life, including our salvation. This means that God is in complete control, which, if you think about it, makes sense. After all, we're talking about God. 
  • "Evangelical" means that we believe the Bible is actually God's word. And we proclaim the good news it contains, because that is the only way that people will be saved from their sins. 
  • "Christian" means that we have repented of our sins, and believed in Jesus for forgiveness. Jesus is God's son. He came to earth and was born as a baby boy. He lived a perfect, sinless life and died on a cross, executed for his people to pay the penalty that their sin deserves. Then He was raised from the dead and ascended to heaven where we will go to be with Him.

That's the really simple version. If you'd like to find out more, you can read this page, or just come to one of our worship services and ask questions. 

Of course, please feel free to contact us if you need a ride, or if you want more information. We are happy to help in any way we can. We hope you will join us soon on a Sunday morning.

Recent Posts

Porn: Truth, Lies, and a Challenge...

I recently read an article that promoted pornography as a good thing. That's wrong. Porn is actually a problem, not something to be celebrated. However, mixed in with the lies, there are a number of things the article got exactly right about porn. Let's take some time to sort out the truth from the lies. 

A Cultural Heritage Worth Protecting...

What are you? A country girl? A city boy? An Ethiopian? A lesbian? A hunter? A sports fanatic? What are you?

Today we are obsessed with identity. We want to know who we are. We feel lost in this fast-paced world that is constantly changing around us. Things that used to feel stable are quickly disappearing, and we no longer expect to grow up and live our lives in a stable community where everybody knows everybody else and their grandma. We've become transient.

A (Supposed) Right to Privacy...

Recently while talking with Abram Hess—one of the men elected and about to be installed as an elder here at Clearnote Indy—the conversation turned to the question of privacy. Abram made a fascinating observation that I want to explore a bit more here. 

You're Invited

As some of you may already know, there have been a number of exciting things happening here at Clearnote Indianapolis over the past year or so. We have moved into a newer, larger facility that meets our needs wonderfully and provides us plenty of room to grow. The Lord has also been raising up men to serve our Body as officers. Recently, the congregation voted to confirm these men, which means we are about to move out of the church-plant phase of life.

We want to thank many of you for your support and encouragement in numerous ways over the past 4 years.

Playing to Extinction

While reading about the harm that casinos do I came across this quote from the Institute for American Values: