At E91, we have many different ways for adults to get connected. God wants us to grow in knowing and walking with him. Our hope is that through our adult ministries you can develop meaningful relationships and receive the resources you might need to take your next steps in your relationship with Jesus.  

Men’s Community

Through this community, we see changed lives as men engage in the relationship with one another.  We are encouraged by the stories of men taking next steps and growing in their relationship with God and engagement in the mission. Through this community, men are being equipped and mobilized to make disciples and multiply their lives.

Ways to get connected in Men's Community

There are many ways to get connected with other men at E91. We have several groups of men that meet throughout the year on a weekly basis for encouragement, accountability, and bible study.


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 or (513) 254-1164.



Activ8 is a series of activities to get the adrenaline pumping and hang out with friends throughout the Spring and Summer.


Men's Community also has several large events each year. 


Questions? We’d love to chat!

For more information please contact Ned Campbell by email or by phone (317) 517-0512.
For general questions, please email .

Women’s Community

E91 cares about providing ministries that are relevant to women’s lives. Women's Community is designed to equip and empower women to make disciples and multiply their lives in a relationally driven context. Whether in a bible study or in “stage of life” groups like MOPS or MOMS Next, our desire is to help women take their next steps with Jesus.  

Ways to get connected in Women's Community

Women's Community Bible Studies - These groups are for women of all ages who are hungry to know more about God and His Son, Jesus Christ. We learn together, pray together, and grow together through Bible studies that meet throughout the week in the Fall, Winter, and Spring on a weekly basis.

Check Out January 2018 Studies

MOPS - Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is a smart, relevant, and caring network, helping moms with children ages birth through Kindergarten to be better moms through trusted resources and supportive relationships.  The MOPS program begins in September and continues through May. MOPS has 2 meeting options:
1st and 3rd Fridays of the month from 9:30-11:30 a.m. 
2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month from 9:30-11:30 a.m.


MOMSintheMIDDLE - A welcoming community for all mothers of school-age children, kindergarten through high school.  MOMS in the MIDDLE 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 September through May, on second and fourth Fridays, 9:30-11:30 a.m.


Questions? We’d love to chat!

Women's Community: Email
Women's Community Bible Studies: Email Brenda Warner or call (317) 678-8966
MOPS: Email
MOMSintheMIDDLE: Email Dena Laverty or call (317) 590-7198

Senior Adult Community

Our society would have us believe that there is a specific age to retire--perhaps even from evangelism, discipleship, and serving.  But Psalm 71:17-18 reminds us that we are to use our entire lifetime to share the Good News and disciple new believers. Our Senior Adult ministry equips and encourages believers to fulfill this scripture, to connect in community and to serve. People often ask "am I a senior adult?" or "am I old enough for this ministry?"  We don't define "old" in Senior Adult Ministry. We welcome people 65 and older to participate but we allow you to define how you see yourself and with what ministries you connect.

Senior Adult ministry has a variety of opportunities for growth, fellowship, and service--from Bible studies to pitch-ins to visitation ministry.

questions? We’d love to chat!

Please contact Amy Blaskiewicz by  or by phone (317) 849-1261 x2350.

Life Groups

God did not design us to follow Him in isolation. Being a part of a small group community plays a significant role in our growth as followers of Jesus. God wants to change us. He wants to make us more like himself.  And God uses community to transform us.

Life Groups meet throughout the city and vary in size and stage of life. There are groups that are multi-generational, and some that are primarily made up of young adults. Life Groups meet regularly (either weekly or bi-weekly) for a few hours on a designated night. Life Groups focus on community, Bible study and serving together. 

Find a Life Group

Adult Bible Fellowships

E91 Adult Bible Fellowships are designed to encourage your spiritual growth. Each class is built around Bible study, fellowship, service, and prayer. Explore several before deciding on a class that is a good match for you. 

Find an Adult Bible Fellowship


The Great Banquet is an opportunity for you to experience God in a very profound and personal way. During a banquet, you'll have the chance to listen, to share, to hear God's plan for this world and our lives while surrounded by a community of believers desiring to spend time studying and learning about Christ.


questions? We'd love to chat!

For more information please contact Grant Scott by or by phone (317) 849-1261 x2317.