Online Community

 
 

ONLINE COMMUNITY

HERE’S HOW TO JOIN US ON SUNDAY:

– Visit mythrivechurch.online.church at least a few minutes before service begins
– Services begin at 9:30 or 11:00AM each Sunday
– Can’t join us at either of those times on Sunday, you can access the service and any previous services here
 
 

ADDITIONAL FEATURES OF THIS ONLINE PLATFORM:

– On the right side of the screen, you can access an online Bible through the “Bible” tab
– You can follow along with the notes for Sunday’s sermon using the “Notes” tab
– Also, there is a “Chat” tab where you can interact with other people watching the service as well as Thrive Church staff who will be moderating

 

At Thrive Church, we prioritize the weekly gathering of our faith family. We encourage you to tune in on Sunday not just as an observer but rather as a worshiper, ready to lift high the name of Jesus and dig into His Word together.
 

Thrive on Facebook

Join us each Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. for a short devotion and a time of prayer. This will be a great opportunity to submit prayer requests and pray for one another. Make sure to like our Page for reminders!
 
 
 
 

Thrive Kids

We encourage you to worship together as a family on Sundays.
 
We want to provide resources for you as parents to continue your child’s spiritual growth.
 
Click the button below to access our current Kid’s Curriculum. This page is password protected due to the copyrighted materials. For the password, email us or text “kids” to 317-830-5774.
 
This page will be updated each Saturday with the new week’s lessons. Leaders guides are available with crafts and activities also. Request these when you request the password.
 
Thank you for allowing us to partner with you in leading your children to Christ.
 

Thrive Students

Students are meeting in person at Mooresville Christian Academy most Sundays 12:00 – 1:30 pm.
 
Stay in the loop for updates:
Parents: Text “parent” or Students: Text “students” to 317-830-5774

Let’s Be Social

During a time when we are being compelled to isolate, the Church needs to find creative ways to remain in contact.