‘Church Anywhere’: congregation brings worship services to schools, rehab centers and prisons

An evangelical church in Indiana has launched campuses inside of prisons, a rehabilitation home, a youth shelter and even public schools to bring the Gospel to people who are not able or don’t necessarily like to physically attend church services.

For the past three years, the 800-member, non-denominational First Capital Christian Church in Harrison County, Indiana has launched and rapidly expanded its online campus through its “Church Anywhere” initiative.

The idea of Church Anywhere is to empower church members to bring the Gospel and much-needed fellowship to isolated community pockets in Southern Indiana that are overlooked by the typical Sunday church worship structure.

Since First Capital launched its online campus three years ago, the congregation has subsequently launched 15 micro campuses in locations that include prisons, foster care centers, rehabilitation facilities, elementary schools, and homeless shelters.

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