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Welcome to Midwest Believers Church! We are located in the lower level of Meadows Shopping Center. We were established in 2012 and we are a family of believers in Jesus who care for each other and who love to increase our family! Read on and you can find out more about us. If you still have questions, you can reach us at (812) 234-2341 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Our Vision and Beliefs

Midwest Believers Church was established to allow people to experience the manifested love and power of the Spirit of God by the teaching and preaching of the Bible and the leading of the Holy Spirit. Short changing either the Word or the Spirit was not something we wanted to do. Midwest Believers Church’s vision is to grow into mature Christians who desire to please the heart of the Father.
Another part of our vision is our great desire to teach all members of Midwest Believers Church about the goodness of God and His loving plan for us--from infants to adults --no one is too young or too old!

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What should I wear?

Some people wear jeans. Some people come dressed up. But most people come business casual. The most important thing is for you to be comfortable when you attend.

What can I expect in your services?

You can expect a time of praise and worship (singing) and then a time of teaching and preaching the Word (Bible). The Spirit of God makes every service special.

If you bring any children our ushers will be happy to direct you to Children’s Church where you can check them into the service and be guaranteed that two adults will be supervising and teaching them.  



Service Times

We have Sunday services at 10:30 a.m. with Children’s Church and a nursery available. We enjoy praise and worship together and we believe you will too! Our service on Wednesday is at 7:00 p.m. Plans are in the works for children’s services on Wednesdays as well. Please plan on attending a few services with us since the flow of the services may vary and “tasting and seeing the goodness of the Lord” involves more than one bite.