201 E. Charles St.

Hopefully, you’ve heard us say recently that the move to our new church home is going to be a bit later than we had hoped. And if you’ve ever been involved in a building or remodel project, you probably weren’t surprised by that news. We do not have a definite moving date to report yet, but the process continues to move forward. Most of the walls are in place, the offices have been painted, and when I stopped by this afternoon, they had begun painting the auditorium. Our gratefulness for God’s provision and our excitement has not waned. This is a great time to be a part of Commonway Church, and we continue to look forward to worshiping together in our new home.

We will be moving our offices out of the Innovation Connector and into the new building at the end of this month. We’ll have a new official address and phone number. The plan is to move on Wednesday, May 30th. If you can help that evening, please email me at jeremy@commonwaychurch.com. We’ll need a small crew to help move some furniture and boxes.

If you’re interested, take a look at these pictures below showing some of the progress that has been made so far. In some cases, it doesn’t look like much yet, but we’re getting there. And thanks for your continued prayer and support as we finish our time at the Horizon Center.

Auditorium – Looking from the stage to the entrance to the room

Auditorium – Looking from the entrance into the room

Another view of the auditorium

The entrance to CommonwayKids (on the Lower Level)

The main elementary room

A view of the youth room

Jeremy Neckers

Jeremy Neckers

Jeremy Neckers is the Administrative Pastor at Commonway. Originally from southwestern New York, Jeremy moved to Muncie in the early 90s with his parents and sister. After graduating from Delta High School, he earned a degree in chemistry and biology from Ball State in 2002.  While Jeremy has been a part of Commonway since its inception, he spent a number of years as a middle school math & science teacher before joining the staff. He and his wife, Maggie, live in Muncie with their two daughters.