Sarah Jones

Thursday, August 30 2018 17:35

Jesus Is The Way Online Course

7 lesson course by Sewell Hall

Monday, November 18 2013 16:43

Join Us For A Service

Please come and worship with us anytime. Our building is located in Lafayette, Indiana, only 15 minutes from Purdue University and right down the road from Ivy Tech. You can get directions to our building by using the map below. If you have trouble locating our building, please give us a call at (765) 447-1480.

The diagram to the right indicates the location of the parking lot, as well as other buildings where various classes meet. If you are interested in coming to a particular Bible class, please visit the "Bible Studies" page to see where that class meets. Or, simply ask a member of the congregation to help direct you to that class.

If you need transportation to the building, we would be happy to assist you in that. Please give us a call at (765) 447-1480 and we will arrange a ride for you.

Our Address

Lafayette Church of Christ
405 N Creasy Lane,
Lafayette, IN 47905

Monday, November 04 2013 17:01

Comments Or Questions?

If you have any questions about the content of this site or our services, please give us a call at 765-447-1480 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Also, if you have any general questions about the Bible or God, we will do our best to give you an answer from God's Word. If you live in the Lafayette/West Lafayette area, and would like to study with someone one-on-one, we would be happy to sit down and study God's Word together.

Please feel free to contact any of our elders or evangelists using the contact information below.

PositionNamePhone Number
Elder Jeryl Ramsey 765-589-8752
Elder Geoff Walker 765-337-3574
Elder Steve Prasuhn 765-523-2970
Evangelist Alan Yeater 765-409-3732
Evangelist Mike Sullivan 765-720-2766


Tuesday, August 27 2013 10:57

What To Expect

Visiting a congregation for the first time may be intimidating.  Let us explain what you can expect when visiting with us.  The apostle Paul says in Romans:

"Now may the God who gives perseverance and encouragement grant you to be of the same mind with one another according to Christ Jesus, so that with one accord you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ." (Romans 15:5-6)

We too as individuals and as a church collectively seek to glorify God in our lives and in our worship, according to Christ Jesus.  Jesus said, "true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth; for such people the Father seeks to be His worshipers" (John 4:23).  When you join us for worship, we hope you’ll find we seek to worship God in spirit (from the heart) and in truth (according to scripture).  Some specific things you will see are:

  • The congregation sings together to worship God and teach each other as the scriptures instruct (Ephesians5:19; Colossians 3:16).
  • We pray together to praise God and thank Him and ask Him to help our needs and the needs of others (1 Timothy 2:1-4; Philippians 4:6-7).
  • We remember the sacrifice of Jesus - His death, burial and resurrection when we share together in the Lord's supper each Sunday (1 Corinthians 11:20-36; Acts 20:7).
  • We also share financially as we take a collection to support our work as a local church.  Please know, that while we welcome and encourage our visitors to participate in our worship to God, we do not solicit contributions from our visitors.  It is the responsibility of our members to give freely and willingly as God has blessed us (1 Corinthians 16:1-2; 2 Corinthians 9:7-15).
  • Finally, we listen to God's word as the scriptures are read and taught and preached (1 Timothy 4:13).  The preaching seeks to present truths of God and His will for our lives.  We are not concerned with human opinion, but God's word alone (Matthew 15:1-9).  As Jesus said, we live "by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God" (Matthew 4:4).

We hope you'll feel welcome among us.  Please join us and we will glorify God together!

Tuesday, August 27 2013 10:56

Worship Times

Please join us in praising the Lord and Creator of life!  Due to COVID, our times of gathering have been adjusted, but we are meeting in person.  If you would like to participate virtually, please see our YouTube channel.


  • 10:00 AM - Bible Class
  • 11:00 AM - Worship Service


  • 7:00 PM - Bible Class


3rd Sunday Singing & Prayer
Moving forward our congregation will meet each 3rd Sunday of the month at 5:30 PM to specifically devote time for singing and praying. Please join us for each opportunity that you can.

Please see the directions or bible studies pages for more information.

Monday, June 17 2013 17:07

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Monday, June 17 2013 16:15

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Saturday, February 23 2013 09:29

Study The Word With Us

Our aim by studying God's word is to better know God and His son, Jesus the Christ, that we might hear the words of eternal life (John 17:3; Philippians 3:10-11; John 6:68) and glorify our Father in heaven.  We have adult age classes that typically run one semester in length.  We meet at our building location on Sundays (9:30 AM) before worship service and on Wednesday nights (7:00 PM).  Please see the location page for class locations.  At these same times we also conduct classes of all ages for very young children through high-school age that we might tell the riches of His grace with all.

2013 Summer Studies

  • Holy Spirit - main building (upstairs)


Online Bible Study Recordings and Resources


Tuesday, January 15 2013 13:48


Our assemblies are in person on Sunday mornings (10:00 AM class and 11:00 AM worship) and Wednesday evenings (7PM class).  Those who cannot participate with us can still view our YouTube channel.


"Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you rest…" (Matthew 11:28-30). Jesus has a place for you! Come and learn more about Jesus. We are simply Christians; followers of Jesus who want to serve Him and help bring others to Him. We believe the scriptures are the words of God and we seek to uphold His words as our only guide for life and worship.


3rd Sunday Singing & Prayer

Moving forward our congregation will meet each 3rd Sunday of the month at 5:30 PM to specifically devote time for singing and praying.  Please join us for each opportunity that you can.

Tuesday, January 15 2013 13:42

We Are Simply Christians

The Bible presents Jesus Christ as the Son of God. His coming was predicted in the Old Testament which God used to govern His people until Christ came and established the New (Jeremiah 31:31 – 33; Galatians 3:19, 23 – 24). That New Testament reveals the truth about Christ. By studying it we learn all there is to know of the way of Christ.

We learn that among the early followers of Christ there existed no denominational organizations whatever. The denominations began at a much later time. In the New Testament we see people hearing the gospel and obeying the conditions of God’s grace. Being saved, they were added to the Lord’s people, the church (Acts 2:36 – 47). As the gospel spread, we find Christians assembling together in congregations in various localities. Each congregation was under its own elders (Acts 14:23) and no one else on earth. These pastors could not make laws and be masters.They were given the responsibility of tending and caring for the congregation as shepherds would a flock (Acts 20:17, 28; 1 Peter 5:1-3). The only headquarters those disciples knew was heaven, where their head, Jesus Christ, reigned as king (Eph. 1:22 – 23).

Their worship was something in which to participate, not something to watch. On the first day of the week, for instance, they would eat the Lord’s supper and hear preaching (Acts 20:7; 1 Corinthians 11:23 – 29), they would all sing (Ephesians 5:19), and they would all pray with various ones leading (1 Corinthians 14:15 – 16), and they would all share in their mutual responsibilities by sharing their prosperity (1 Corinthians 16:1-2).

They lived godly lives. They cared for their poor. They taught others the good news regarding Jesus. They sent out preachers to teach others in far communities. With simplicity of faith and zeal there was no need of centralization. Without organized machinery, the gospel was preached to the whole creation in a short time (Colossians 1:23). These disciples of Christ were known as Christians (Acts 11:26; Acts 26:28; 1 Peter 4:16). They did not wear the names of men or religious practices or organizational designs. Their religion was not materialistic or sensual. They did not seek to impress men with pious ceremony, but they sought to reach out to God with contrite obedience (2 Samuel 15:22). Their appeal was not social or recreational. They offered the gospel, for they knew it was God’s power to save (Romans 1:16), and any other appeal was beneath them.

You may think, “Oh, if only such could be today.” But it is! Men and women over the earth have despaired of denominationalism, seeing in it neither necessity nor relevance but only a cause of division. They desire the simplicity of what Christ authored, and their number is increasing. How many have taken such a stand? Who knows! They are related and connected only in Christ and not in some organization with machinery to keep a tally. A group of such people meets within minutes of where you live.

They are just Christians. They worship and serve God in the same way the early disciplesdid. Christ is their only head and the Bible their only guide. They are not members of any human organization; they are simply a congregation, or church, of Christ. They in turn would like to share Christ with you. You too can be a Christian and serve God without belonging to any denomination, or by being bound by denominational laws or obligations. If such freedom appeals to you, please contact us.