At Genesis Church our mission is simple.
We want to help people find their way back to God!
We believe that God created us to be in a loving relationship with Him, and that our sin has created separation–but through Jesus we have the choice to reconcile our relationship with God and re-enter the original relationship that He always wanted to have with us.
We use God’s word as our guide as we try to more fully know and understand Jesus, and we try to keep things simple as we seek to live like Him. Watch some of the stories of what God is doing in people’s lives through Genesis Church!
Listen to the podcasts on iTunes!
You can also listen using the Genesis App!
We’ve developed a Genesis Church app for both iOS and Android and you can use it to do lots of things, including listening to the podcasts!
ONE CHURCH, TWO LOCATIONS
We began as one church in one location in 2003, and in 2012 we launched a second campus featuring live teaching of the same message series, the same GenKids curriculum, and even the same free bagels and coffee in the café!
Our desire was to remove distance as a barrier as our people invited friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors, and it has proven a valuable move as we’ve seen many of those people come to Christ and be baptized! We are so grateful for all the fruit we’ve seen from being a multi-site church.
1702 Pleasant St
Noblesville, IN 46060
9:30 & 11:15 am
13200 Old Meridian St.
Carmel, IN 46032
9:30 & 11:15 am
This Week At Genesis: Why I’m Not a Christian
Why I’m Not a Christian is an essay written by British philosopher Bertrand Russell (1927). The purpose of his essay was to outline the reasons for his doubts about God, Jesus and Christianity.
THE THREE Cs
At Genesis we strive to be what we call “3C Followers of Christ,” to be people who celebrate, connect, and contribute.
We don’t have an official membership at Genesis; instead we say that if you call Genesis Church your home, you’ll be committed to doing these things. We believe that God’s word speaks to these values and that when we uphold them, we honor him.
We believe that God wants to see us give him praise for his faithfulness in our lives, to share our stories of what Christ is doing in us, and to look for ways to praise God in the every day, in-between moments of life.
We were meant to serve, grow, and worship together with other believers, spurring one another on and lovingly holding each other accountable.
Giving of our time, talent, and treasure is our way of showing our investment in our relationship with Jesus and with his Church.