Help a Student attend Christ in Youth camp
March 21st - July 8th, 2018
If you would like to donate camp scholarships to help cover part of the cost for an E91 student to attend CIY (Christ in Youth) Camp this summer, you can choose from one of the following options.
Every Dollar helps: $5.00
Cover a meal: $10.00
Cover a day: $70.00
Cover a week: $350.00
CIY Move - High school 6/18-6/23
CIY Mix - Middle School 7/9-7/13
Sporting Clays - Men's Activ8 Event
May 26th, 2018
Shotguns and Clays at Indiana Gun Club
Date and Time: Saturday, May 26, 9 am - 12 noon
There is nothing like the camaraderie of shooting guns with the boys on a summer morning! Come eat breakfast and take your best shots at the "50 Bird Course". Guns and shells are provided (but you can bring your own if you like!)
This event is a Men's event. There is a suggested age limit of 16.
Registration: Required - deadline is Wednesday before.
Cost: $35 prepaid
(includes gun rental, shells and breakfast)
Location: Indiana Gun Club, 14926 E. 113th St., Fishers
More Info: Indiana Gun Club
Questions - Contact Jim Solenberg
(317) 345-4664 / email@example.com
I Believe - A Men's Summer Bible Study
May 30th - June 20th, 2018
Why do our beliefs matter?
What are the essential beliefs of the Christian faith?
What do we believe as a local church?
What do I believe?
These are just 4 questions we will explore in this summer's 4-week Bible study for men called "I Believe". Join Rick Grover, Dave Faust, Grant Scott and Ned Campbell as they "tag team teach" on Wednesday nights from May 30 to June 20 in the Sun Room.
Each night will involve big group teaching and small group discussion time. Each night stands alone, so if you miss one, no big deal. But hopefully you can make all four! There is no cost -- just bring your Bible!
If you have any questions about the study, contact Grant Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 254-1164.
Welcome to High School Lunch
June 3rd, 2018
If you have a soon to be 9th grade student, we realize your world is about to change dramatically. You are now the parent of a high school student. Whether this is your first high schooler or your last, this is a big moment in their life, and we want to help you celebrate it with them.
Join us for lunch at 11:15 on June 3rd in the Hall.
Together we will mark this major transition with some laughter, fun, and an opportunity to bless your child as they enter into this next phase of life.
The Truth About God - A Women's Community Bible Study
June 4th - July 16th, 2018
Are you hungry to know who God really is?
Not who society says He is.
Not the puny character sketch some settle for.
Not how the media labels Him.
If you're looking for truth with a capital "T", this study will engage your
heart and mind and enlarge your vision of God .
Study Guides are $6 and will be available for purchase Sundays at the Women’s Summer Bible Study Information Table and at the study sessions.
Classes meet Mondays, June 4- July 16 (NO meeting JUNE 11), 7-8:30 pm in The Hall.
Who can register?
You can! If you are a woman 18 to 80+, whether it is your first study or your 50th, God will teach you something new about how His Holy Spirit works in your life.
What can I expect?
Each session will include prayer and teaching as well as time for discussion in small groups. You’ll build relationships with each other and Jesus. Your table leader will encourage you, pray for you and walk beside you as you explore God’s Word together.
Can I miss a week?
Each session is designed to stand on its own. If you miss one, you’ll not be lost when you return. Don’t let missing one cause you to miss them all...come when you can!
What if I have more questions?
Stop by the Women’s Community Information Table on Sunday mornings, May 13– June 3 or contact Brenda Warner at email@example.com or 317-418-7450.
Passport to Purity
June 9th - June 10th, 2018
Passport2Purity® (P2P)was developed to assist you in building heart-to-heart communication with your preteen while laying a foundation of purity that will prepare them for the turbulent years ahead.
Through the shared listening experience, object lessons and guided conversations of a P2P weekend, you can set your son or daughter on a journey of moral integrity—and strengthen the bond between you. Weekend discussions include challenges, friendships and peer pressure, physical changes and puberty, the act of sex as a gift from God, setting boundaries, and dating.
Saturday, June 9th from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm and
Sunday, June 10th from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
1 child and 1 parent= $30
1 child and 2 parents= $35
2 children and 1 parent*= $45
2 children and 2 parents= $50
3 children and 1 parent*= $60
3 children and 2 parents= $65
- the children must be the same gender if one parent is bringing multiple children
Register by June 1, 2018.
Contact Jaclyn Berning at 317-598-1580 x 2441 for information.
Young Adult Olympics
June 9th, 2018
Enjoy a little competition? How about grilling out? Well, the young adult Olympics will have both! Join us at Sahm Park starting at 3pm for team games of volleyball, Beersbee, Kan Jam, and cornhole. Winners get an enviable trophy! We will continue into the evening by grilling out-meat will be provided but please bring a dish to share (coordinate on the FB event page). Everyone is welcome and no need to register to be guaranteed playtime-we will arrange teams on the spot--ALL skill levels welcome! In the very sad event that it rains we will move from Sahm Park to E91 and set up our competition there!
June 10th, 2018
Congratulations to the class of 2018!
We want to help celebrate this major achievement in your family. Join us for lunch on June 10 in the Hall at 11:15, as we celebrate and honor this year's graduating class and help them connect with the church for what is ahead in their lives.
Please register your family.
June 11th - June 14th, 2018
Crazy Camp is a high energy, one of a kind, impactful experience that focuses on developing relationships, Biblical learning, storytelling, games, missions, and fun!
If we hit our mission goal, the culminating event will be a “color fun run” to close out our week’s celebration on Thursday night. Plan now to attend and get involved!!!
This event is for kids in Pre K through 5th grade and is something you won’t want to miss for your children. It’s an E91 original!
Registration is $15 and includes a Crazy Camp t-shirt
Please fill out the Medical Waiver form on registration page
CIY Move High School
June 18th - June 23rd, 2018
CIY is a 5 day conference just for High School Students, designed to help them become a Kingdom Worker, through incredible worship, small groups, national speakers, and building lasting relationships with one another.
Kingdom workers are called to stand out; to be different and make a difference. There is a stark contrast between a life lived for the King and one lived for anyone or anything else. What are those differences? How should our lives be distinct? Join us at CIY MOVE this summer as we look at 1 John, a letter written to Christians about how their lives should stand in CONTRAST to everything around them
Join us June 18-23 in Holland, MI at Hope College
Student Registration Fee - $50 dollar deposit secures spot.
Early $350 thru April 8th (Use discount code EARLY)
Regular $375 thru May 6th (Use discount code REGULAR)
Late $400 thru June 4th
Balance must be paid in full 2 weeks before the beginning of the trip.
Leader Fee - $10
Limited scholarship funds are available. If requesting scholarship funds, please email Kathy Dix at Kathyd@east91st.org.
Naked Truth - A Workshop on Intimacy
June 18th, 2018
The Bible affirms that while God created us as sexual beings, we are able to live without sex but cannot live well without intimacy and deep connection. The Naked Truth workshop will focus on the realities of sex, shame, porn, connection, and intimacy, and how these human experiences can allow us to engage in ways that are life giving and God honoring. Whether married or single, this class will “meet you where you are” as we discuss things we all deal with the most but have been talked about the least. Childcare is available.
Childcare will be available for a fee of $10
Young Adult Castleton Clean Up
June 23rd, 2018
Hey young adults! Help out our local Castleton area by joining together in an effort to clean up several blocks as a team. We're meeting at E91 front entrance on Saturday, June 23rd at 9am and heading into the neighborhoods to pick up trash and beautify our community. After a few hours of cleaning we will grab a bite to eat somewhere nearby around 12 or 1pm. Registration encouraged but not required. Clean up materials to be supplied by E91!
CIY Mix - Middle School
July 9th - July 13th, 2018
CIY MIX is a four-day summer conference specifically designed for students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades. It is intentionally crafted in ways that will engage middle school students through tactile, interactive and fun activities coupled with Bible-based teaching and small group interaction. Students will experience incredible worship and some of the best speakers available.
Sometimes talking about Jesus creates more questions.
If I'm not hurting anybody, why can't I do what I want?
Is Jesus the ONLY way to be saved?
There are some Christians I don't like ... Is that bad?
What if I don't believe everything people say about Jesus?
How can I be sure that I'm really, really saved?
You're not the first to ask these questions. Even Jesus' best friends asked questions like these. In fact, Jesus' friend and disciple, John, wrote a letter to other Christians addressing some of these questions. And John's answers about what it means to follow Jesus makes it really clear. Join us at CIY MIX as we help middle school students understand John's answers to these big questions, by looking at God's family in comparison to the world's chaos.
Join us July 9 - 13 in Marion, IN at Indiana Wesleyan University
Student Registration -
Early $300 thru 4/15 (Use discount code EARLY)
Regular $325 thru 5/20 (Use discount code REGULAR)
Late $350 thru 6/4
** $50 deposit can be made.
Balance must be paid in full 2 weeks before the beginning of the trip.
Leader registration fee $10.00
Limited scholarship funds are available. If requesting scholarship funds, please email Kathy Dix at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Adult Breakfast @ Shepherd
July 15th, 2018
The Shepherd Community Center in Indianapolis works with neighborhood youth and families to break the cycle of poverty. Join the E91 Young Adults as we provide and prepare breakfast for 120-180 people! We need a minimum of 8 people to prepare the food on Sunday morning, and we'll be done in time to catch the 11:15 service at E91.
Young Adults Tubing on White River
July 21st, 2018
Young Adults are invited to go tubing down the White River! We'll push off around 1:15 pm and float until we get to the end. We'll coordinate cars ahead of time, so we'll have enough seats to get everyone back home. There is no cost, but you'll need to bring your own inner tube (check Wal-Mart for the best prices). Don't forget to bring sunscreen and a bottle of water!
5-on-5 Hoops Tourney - Men's Activ8 Event
August 18th, 2018
5-on-5 Hoops Tourney
Date and Time: Sunday, June 18 from 11 am - 6 pm
Full-court, 5-on-5 basketball tourney in double elimination format (2 games guaranteed). Teams of up to 8 players of any age.
This event is a "Men's and Boy's Only" event.
Registration: Required - deadline is Monday, August 1
(Team Captain can register all players)
Location: East 91st Christian Church Gym, 6049 E 91st St., Indianapolis
Questions - Contact Chris Mindach
(765)661-1367 / email@example.com
E91 MOPS 2018 - 2019 Registration
September 7th - September 13th, 2018
E91 MOPS meets September to May. Child care is included for children preschool age and younger. We have two different meeting times to choose from. Pick the day that best matches your schedule:
- 1st & 3rd Fridays from 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
- 2nd & 4th Thursdays from 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
What is MOPS?
We are a group for any and all moms of kids from pregnancy to kindergarten. We encourage and equip moms of preschoolers through friendships, fellowship, mentoring, speakers and a warm brunch! Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is an international organization that believes better moms make a better world. MOPS exists to encourage and equip mothers of young children. Check out the MOPS International website at http://www.mops.org/about/about-us/
What can I expect when joining a MOPS group?
MOPS is a community of moms that want the same thing you do - to be the best mom they can be while not losing sight of your own identity as a woman. MOPS is a place for encouragement, advice, fun and fellowship. You will have a table leader to guide the conversation during meetings and to help plan activities outside of MOPS. There is also a mentor mom at each table (older, wiser mom who is passed the little kid phase) to help with questions and provide encouragement. Our tables sit together at meetings and get together for play dates and mom's night outs outside of MOPS meetings.
What is a MOPS Meeting Like?
We start our meetings with a warm brunch that we take turns bringing. We have time to chat and catch-up on life before hearing a speaker on topics relevant to the busy life stage of mothering young kids. After the speaker, we have some time for discussion before heading out to pick-up our kids. E91 MOPS is a place where you can come as you are, get a break from the relentless duties of motherhood and connect with other women!
I've never left my kids before! What is child care like?
All of our child care workers are background checked, trained and LOVE kids. Your children will hear a Bible story, learn Bible songs, have time to play and have a snack. Our child care workers look forward to seeing your kids each meeting!
How much does MOPS cost?
You will pay $32 at registration. This holds your spot and registers you with MOPS International. This is non-refundable since it is paid to MOPS International. Our semester dues of $50 are due in September and January. The semester dues fund our group's expenses such as child care and brunch supplies. Scholarships are available on an as needed basis. Our MOPS group fundraises throughout the year to keep dues affordable for all families. About half of our budget comes from fundraising! If you would like more information on a scholarship, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We ask each member of our group to help out in some way throughout the year. We are a big MOPS group serving 128 families and it takes a lot of work to keep our group running smoothly. At registration, each person must select a service area. There is an option to contribute an extra $20 instead of serving. Here are some ways you can serve:
Meeting Set-Up: Arrive at 8:30 to help set-up the room for our meeting. Duties include: setting tables, brewing coffee, setting up the brunch table, setting up the swap table and cutting casseroles as they arrive.
Meeting Clean-Up: Stay until 12:00 to help clean-up the room after our meeting. Duties include: clearing tables, putting away all MOPS supplies, putting coffee away and washing any dishes that are left behind.
Child Care Helper: Help in child care alongside two trained workers. Hours are 9:15 - 11:45. You can choose to donate your time or be paid $10 per hour worked. You are able to bring kids with you. Friday moms will help with a Thursday meeting. Thursday moms will help with a Friday meeting.
Call Area Business for Donations: You will receive a list of businesses to call and a script to use to ask for donations. Calls should be made in Jan & Feb to maximize the possibility that we will receive a donation.
Help at the Golf Scramble in May 2018: We always need volunteers to help at registration, drive drinks around to the golfers and help with awards. Sign-up for a two hours shift to help make this event a success!
If you are registering for a day that is on a Waitlist, you will not pay anything at registration. As room is available, the MOPS Coordinator will contact you and payment will be made at the first meeting you attend.
Donating to MOPS
Keeping MOPS affordable for all families is very important to us. Please consider helping our group meet our fundraising goals through donating. Donations to MOPS are tax deductible! There are several donation options available through this registration. Please consider helping our group meet our fundraising goals through donating.
You can contact us at email@example.com with any questions or problems with registration. We look forward to seeing you in September!
MOMS in the MIDDLE 2018-19
September 14th - May 24th, 2019
MOMS in the MIDDLE is open to moms who have at least one school-age child (kindergarten through high school.) We will meet twice monthly, and we encourage you to drop in as often as you can. We will do a book or Bible study, combined with a video speaker, throughout the year. We will have light refreshments, and have plenty of visiting and discussion time at our tables with 4-6 other women.
Currently, there are no plans for childcare. However, please indicate on your registration if you would use it if it WERE available.
MOMS in the MIDDLE is a welcoming community for all moms to share experiences, learn from each other, and build friendships. Our mission is to encourage moms in their own growth, both spiritually and socially, equipping them to teach their children and impact their world.
Meetings are second and fourth Fridays of each month: 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., September - May
Registration fee/first semester dues: $25 ($20 with early bird discount)
Second semester dues: undetermined, but no more than $15
Spring semester fees, if necessary, will be due in January.
We never want financial issues to keep anyone from being a part of MOMS in the MIDDLE, and we do offer scholarships when needed. Please contact Shelley Ailes at ShelleyAiles@gmail.com or 317-345-6894 to receive the scholarship information and application. All requests will be kept confidential.
We are happy that you are interested in joining MOMS in the MIDDLE and look forward to a great year!
For more information, please contact Coordinator Dena Laverty at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-590-7198.
Breathe- Women's Fall Retreat
September 21st - September 23rd, 2018
As you may have already heard, E91 Women’s Retreat will be a beautiful weekend get-away in Southern Indiana! You will experience a carefully designed mix of free time, worship, teaching, and group activities that will provide the perfect environment for you to breathe in God’s love and align your mind, body, and spirit with Jesus. Lori Orander will be sharing a fresh and vibrant message with us as our featured speaker.
During your free time, there will be various options for your enjoyment including hanging out on a beautiful deck in a rocking chair overlooking the lake, a leisurely walk on the camp grounds, a scenic and more rigorous prayer walk or hike on wooded trails, a guided praise poses exercise session, canoeing/kayaking, a low ropes course as a group, and archery. There are even comfy spots to simply read, relax and visit with one another.
Country Lake Christian Retreat Center - Main Lodge
815 Country Lake Road
September 21-23, 2018
Check in on Friday evening from 6:00-7:15pm
Program starts at 7:30
Check out on Sunday by 11:00
Cost is $125 per person for 4 person room and includes retreat accommodations, meals, snacks, and most activities. (Low Ropes Course and Archery are each available for $5 additional fee paid in cash at the time of the activity.) There are 10 rooms available for $175 per person for 2 person occupancy and will be filled on a first come first serve basis.
Room accommodations include 2 queen beds and private bathroom. You will be able to list any ladies you would like to room with, if desired, during the registration process.
Registration is also required if you plan to either just come for Saturday (without staying overnight) or plan to stay offsite at a local hotel. The conference and food fee is $50 per person.
If the cost of the retreat is too much for you to cover on your own, some assistance may be available, so please reach out and let us know.
If you are able to provide a donation to help those who may need financial assistance to attend the retreat, please indicate the amount of your donation through your online registration, or connect with an E91 staff or Women’s Community team member.
Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.