Healing Is Here

It can be hard to see the healing on the other side of our pain. Going through a pandemic for the past year has burdened us with new challenges we didn't expect, and for some life has been devastating beyond belief. 


But at Easter we learn that even when the night comes, the promise of dawn still remains. Death and despair are never the end of the story, because on the third morning, Jesus' empty tomb was discovered. This Easter at Chapel Rock we're celebrating the healing and wholeness as we reflect the light of the resurrection.

Service Times

Sunday, April 4

8:15, 9:15, & 11:00 am EST


2020 North Girls School Road

Indianapolis, IN 46214


Kids programming available during the 9:15 & 11:00 am services
We will be streaming the 9:15 & 11:00 am services at chapelrock.org/live.

Coloring Sheet

Print out some Easter coloring sheets for your kids to enjoy as we celebrate our risen Savior.

The Recovery Room

Join us online or in-person as we tackle these topics the next few weeks.


April 4 - Healing from Death

April 11 - Healing from Poverty

April 18 - Healing from Technology

April 25 - Healing from Stress

May 2 - Healing from Grief

Frequently Asked Questions

If it's your first time at Chapel Rock, you are our honored guest.

Here are a few frequently asked questions to help you plan your visit.

  • We reserve parking spots for our first time guests, so if you're new to Chapel Rock, be sure to look for spots labeled "Guest Parking".


    As you're walking to the building, our greeting team will meet you and show you where to find the auditorium, restrooms, and kid's ministry. If you need anything throughout the day—mints, a Bible, or a pen—feel free to stop by the Information Center desk. Or, just ask anyone with a Chapel Rock lanyard or name tag. We’re a friendly bunch, and we’d love to serve you.

  • Services last about one hour and 10 minutes. We usually start by singing three to four songs. Then the speaker preaches. If you want to see our preaching style, check out our current series.


    If you’re visiting for the first time, you’ll want to give yourself a few extra minutes to stop by the Next Step room after the service. You are a very important person to us! We’d love to meet you, answer any questions you may have.

  • Don't feel like you have to dress up. Most people wear casual attire, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.

  • Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: divorced, single parent, broke, recovering addict, gay, transgender, atheist, skeptic, etc. Everyone is welcome at Chapel Rock, so come as you are.