Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear? Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable. Most people wear jeans, some wear suits or dresses.


Do you believe in baptism?
Yes. We believe baptism by immersion is Biblical. Matthew 28:18, 20; Romans 6:3-4


Do you take communion?
Yes. We take communion every week. We choose to partake of the Lord's Supper on a weekly basis to be constantly brought back to Christ as the center of our faith.


Who do I talk to if I want more information about FCC?
You can stop by Family connections on Sunday morning, call the church office at 812.379.4491 or talk to any of the staff or elders.


Can my children go to church with me?
Yes! Children are always welcome to attend services with you. We also have wonderful programming for kids (babies - 6th grade) during each service. You can find all the details under the Ministries tab.


Where do I park?
FCC has several parking lots around the campus. Our Lafayette street lot is for guests and seniors, Lot B also known as the DQ lot, behind the Youth Center and the lot right at third and Lafayette. There is also street parking and several other lots around our building.


Where do I go into the building?
All four of our entrances are open on Sunday morning. The best entrance would be our Lafayette street doors. Guest Connections is right in the door and our great volunteers would be happy to help you get kids settled, find the restroom, get coffee and answer any questions you may have about the morning. Click here for a floor plan of our building.


Classic Service - 9:00a

A classic style of worship that continues our heritage of faith. 


This service uses the organ, piano, choir, orchestra and children for various types of worship. We sing the hymns together that are printed in your bulletin and projected on the wall.

Contemporary Service - 10:30a

A modern style of worship that has something for people from all backgrounds.


During this service you will see a full band with the worship leader leading the songs (new and older songs). Occasionally there will be a worship choir to help the worship leader(s) lead the service. The songs are projected onto the wall.