Current Series
MOUNTAIN DO'S - "A Fresh Look at the TEN Commandments" 
June 14th - September 7th 

Current Series


In this series, we will taking a fresh look at the ten commandments.  At some point in your life, you probably were taught the ten commandments.  And while you may not be able to remember all ten, you certainly remember the first part of each one…”You Shall Not…”  Yes, God gave us a list of things NOT to do, but what is the “DO” behind each commandment God gave Moses? What was God’s heart behind each commandment?  How are we to live based on each commandment?  Don’t miss this inspiring series as we remind ourselves why these ten commandments are so important to God and to our lives.  Invite a friend! 

Summer Series Schedule

  •  June 14th - 1st Commandment
  • June 21st - VBS SUNDAY
  • June 28th - 2nd Commandment
  • July 5th - 3rd Commandment (4th of July weekend | 11:00am SERVICE ONLY)
  • July 12th - 4th Commandment
  • July 19th - 5th Commandment
  • July 26th - 6th Commandment
  • August 2nd - YOUTH SUNDAY
  • August 9th - 7th Commandment
  • August 16th - 8th Commandment
  • August 23rd - BAPTISM SUNDAY
  • August 30th - 9th Commandment
  • September 6th - 10th Commandment (END OF SUMMER SERIES)
  • September 13th - INVITE SUNDAY

Sunday Morning Service Times


  • Worship Service
  • Infants & Toddlers Groups
  • Kids Worship K-5th Grade

11:00 AM

  • Worship Service
  • Infants & Toddlers Groups
  • Kids Worship K-5th Grade
  • Adult Classes
  • High School & Jr. High Class

Kids Programming Schedule

There will be full kids ministries for infants through 5th graders at both 9:30and 11:00 services.  All children should be checked in for their name tags. Kindergarten through 5th grade reports directly to the kids worship center. Infants through preschoolers report to their age group classrooms.

For more information check out our Kids Ministries Tab

Student Ministries Information

Junior High and High School Programming both meet at 11a.m.

For more information check out our Student Ministries Tab


Wednesday Night Kids
Wednesday Night SHINE - 1st & 3rd Wednesday | 6:30-8:00pm
Wednesday Night Kids Worship Team - 2nd & 4th Wednesday | 6:30-8:00pm


Here's What's Happening for K-4th Grade:

All kids are checked in, and put on id tags before going to their groups.

Sunday @ 9:30 and 11:00  Kindergarten through Fourth Graders report to the Kids Worship Center for an interactive worship celebration. This includes high energy music, and games and an introduction to our monthly theme, Bible lessons and memory projects.  Kids may attend both hours while their parents are serving or attending classes.

Connect with our curriculum and expand your influence as a parent. 

Our Kids Ministry Goals and Family Faith Development Plan are on the 'Kids/Our Strategy'  tab.

Wednesday Kids!  (September through April)

Shine Kindergarten through 4th graders may join our new S.H.I.N.E. ministry.  It meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 6:30-8:00pm.This year they are studying the lives of Elijah and Elisha. It is lead by Sara Bultemeier and Amy Winters.

K.W.T.  All 4th graders are welcome to join the Kids Worship Team.  They rehearse music and choreography on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday.  They wear team T shirts and lead Kids Worship on Sunday mornings. It is lead by Susie McKown and Fred Witmer.





Revive Indiana- Ft. Wayne
July 6th - 11th | Three Rivers Festival

Revive Indiana -Fort Wayne

What is Revive Indiana? Revive Indiana is a gathering of local churches and believers who desire to see their lives, congeregations, and communities revived by embracing Jesus Christ, becoming equipped to share the Gospel, and by making disciples. 

What was planned to end on January 18, 2015 in Northern Indiana has only been growing and spreading to other regions and cities in Indiana. Just as the state flag of Indiana depicts 7 rays radiating from a lit torch, Revive Indiana has continued to travel throughout the state, encouraging and equipping a total of 7 cities and regions that are hungry for revival as the Holy Spirit leads. 

Rays of Revival:

  1. Northern Indiana 
  2. Kokomo
  3. Bloomington
  4. South Bend
  5. NWI
  6. Terre Haute
  7. Fort Wayne

After being invited by a group of like-minded pastors, REVIVE INDIANA is excited to travel to the 2nd largest city in Indiana: Fort Wayne. Join us July 6-11, 2015 as we gather and equip believers to share the love of Jesus in this historical city during the Three Rivers Festival. Fort Wayne is the resting place of Johnny Appleseed and home to the first American Fort. May the Lord revive HOPE among His people and bring LIFE to this community.

This revival week that is planned for July 6-11 will use the opportunity of the Three Rivers Festival to share the good news with everyone. The week will consist of daily breakfast and lunch to equip volunteers to actively share their faith. For those called to go out (teams of 3-4 people with an experienced leader), they will be sent to the marketplaces, streets, workplaces and other settings. Every evening the city-wide church will gather in one location for worship, prayer, and sharing. They will experience spiritual revival through the Word. In other cities experiencing revival, thousands have met on these evenings.

Click link below for a Schedule & Times during the Three Rivers Festival:

Prayer Week Schedule

Learn more about Revive Indiana Ministry at

"And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, 'How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!"

- Romans 10:15

Love God, Love Others... Sharing the Gospel in Indiana

Safe Families for Children
Launching Sunday, June 7th 

What is Safe Families for Children? 

Safe Families for Children is a national faith-based movement of compassion that gives hope to families in crisis. At its core are Christian families who practice Biblical hospitality by opening their homes to vulnerable children and reaching out to the parents of these children who are struggling to escape the effects of poverty and social isolation. 

The Need
The single biggest factor influencing the lives and outcomes of children is their family. Many families in at-risk environments have good intentions but lack the family support needed to assist them in times of crisis. The children in a family traumatized by crisis become especially at risk for neglect or abuse as their parents struggle alone to cope with crushing circumstances and emotions. By law and policy, most state child welfare agencies are allowed to aid only children who have suffered blatant abuse or neglect, leaving thousands of children and their families in difficult situations. Without assistance, many of these situations will lead to abuse/neglect episodes  with long-lasting consequences for the child. 

The Safe Families Solution
Safe Families for Children (SFFC) is a network of host families that extends the community safety net by providing parents in need a loving home where they can safely place their children in time of crisis. Host Families, prompted solely by compassion, are screened, trained and serve without compensation. As a result, SFFC is a voluntary, non-coercive alternative to the state child welfare system. By temporarily freeing parents from the responsibility of caring for their child, SFFC provides them with time to address personal issues without fear of losing custody. In addition, Host Families and volunteer Family Coaches come alongside the parents, giving them support and mentorship and often becoming and extended family to them after the children return home. 


  • Become a host family
  • Become a family coach
  • Become a family friend
  • Offer professional services
  • Join the prayer team

Ministry Opportunities:

Cares for children in the home while also ministering to the placing parents. Prompted solely by compassion, each host family is screened and approved (background checks, fingerprints, home evaluation, etc.) Safe Families for Children may serve children of all ages, but each individual Host Family determines the profile of the children they are able to host in their home. 

Facilitates the relationship between the placing parents and the host family during a placement. Their two primary areas of ministry are:

  1. Supporting the host family and ensuring the well-being of the children in care
  2. Providing support and mentorship to the placing parents. (Experience in social work is highly valued but not required.)

We believe prayer is crucial to the ministry of Safe Families for Children. You can join this team by receiving monthly updates via email or by being matched with a host family to pray for them throughout a placement. 

Family Friends come alongside the Host Family and/or placing parents to provide encouragement and support during the time of placement which could include:

  • Respite Care
  • Transportation
  • Meal team
  • Support
  • Mentoring
  • Resources: Most children come with very few supplies and possessions. Therefore, the donation of children's items, including diapers, formula, and clothing are very helpful.   

If you are interested in being a part of the Safe Families for Children Ministry or have any questions please contact Jen Bergdall at or call/text (260) 341-3511

Visit the national website: 


Clarissa's Story of Hope

The Marbles

Katie Couric on Safe Families

Katie Couric follow up report on Safe Families

Upcoming Impact Trips
Hoops on the Rez, Whiteriver, AZ | July 11th-18th, 2015
Village of Hope, Guatemala | October 23rd-30th, 2015
New Hope, Uganda | March 17th-30th, 2016

Impact Trips 2015

Funds Request Form 
Liability Form

Hoops on the Rez (Whiteriver, AZ)

Dates: July 11th-18th, 2015

Cost: $800

Deadline: TBD

Project Info: Hoops on the Rez mission is to use basketball as a tool to build relationships, serve, and connect Apache teens with Jesus and the programs of Apache Youth Ministries. Many of the kids HOTR serves come from broken homes where poverty, abuse (physical, emotional, sexual), and drug and alcohol abuse are all common. Individuals apart of this trip will serve Apache Youth Ministries by running basketball camps for all the Apache kids, while also deepening their relationship with Jesus Christ.

Click Here To Register For This Trip


Village of Hope Guatemala Trip

Dates: October 23rd-30th, 2015

Cost: $1600 (Includes airfare, extra supplies, and luggage costs) 

Deadline: July 15th, 2015

Project Info: We will be putting together a day camp for the homeschooled kids, would love to have people with a variety of different skills (welding, woodworking, accounting, gardening, electrical, art, sewing, etc.) to teach them. They also have a big need for dental and eye care if there are any eye doctors, dentists or hygienists who would be willing to come along and do dental cleanings and eye care while the rest of our team will be doing the day camp. 

Max Participants: 25

Click Here To Register For This Trip


New Hope Uganda Trip

Dates: March 17th-30th, 2016

Cost: $2000-$2500

Deadline: TBD

Project Info: Information will be coming soon

Click Here To Register For This Trip


The Global Leadership Summit
August 6-7, 2015 
The Grand Wayne Center, Ft. Wayne 


The Global Leadership Summit 2015                                                            

Whether at church,school, business or home, you are leading people and projects every day. You’re leading in a culture that is constantly changing and redefining itself. Leadership takes perseverance, dedication and a commitment to stretch your mind, expand your heart and use your God-given gifts to impact your world in real and powerful ways.

August 6-7, 2015 you’re invited to gather with thousands of leaders across North American for The Global Leadership Summit. Commit now to be a part of this annual event designed to stretch and challenge you with world-class speakers, interactive dialogue and practical training. 

This live Satellite event of world-class faculty brings incredible depth, and breadth of leadership talent, perspective and insight. This year's Satellite site will be held at:

​The Grand Wayne Center 

120 W. Jefferson Blvd., Ft. Wayne, IN 46802                                                                                

Hosted by: Sweetwater Sound, Inc. 

Join more than 260,000 leaders around the world for two days to be challenged, equipped and inspired. 


Click REGISTER and fill out the registration form. Select the city "Auburn, IN" and find County Line Church of God under Churches/Organizations. 

During Registration use password "Priority Code" - 15GLSSPC to receive discounted rate.


Outdoor Baptism Service
August 23, 2015 
County Line Pond


​WHAT: Annual outdoor baptism service - a celebration of people who are ready to take their next step by going public with their commitment to Christ.


​WHERE: County Line Church pond

If you are interested in being baptized, please pick up a baptism worksheet at the Welcome Center and return it to one of our pastors. Our pastors would also be happy to answer any questions you may have about baptism as you pray over your decision.

We recommend baptism for children in Third Grade and older. If your child in 1st grade - 5th grade is considering baptism we have a terrific study guide for you to complete with them at home. Please contact Kids pastor Mary Ellen Rayle at to discuss your child's baptism and to get the workbook. When you are finished with it I would like to meet with your child to see their workbook, hear their faith story and learn their understanding of baptism. 

Sign up for this year's Baptism below:

    2015 Baptism Worksheet

Outdoor Baptism Service at County Line 2013

Outdoor Baptism Service at County Line 2012

Outdoor Baptism Service at County Line 2011


Baptism is not a condition for salvation, but rather an act of obedience brought to completion when you have chosen to accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Baptism allows you to make a public declaration of your faith in Christ. Know that only your acceptance of Christ ensures your salvation.


Celebrate Recovery 
Starting Monday, October 5th @ County Line
A Christ-Centered Recovery Program 


The purpose of "Celebrate Recovery" is to fellowship and celebrate God's healing power in our lives through the 12 Steps and 8 Recovery Principles. This experience allows us to "be changed". We open the door by sharing our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God's grace in solving the problems in our lives. 

By working and applying these Biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually. We become free from our addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others. 


The Celebrate Recovery Program began in 1991 at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California. The program is now active in every state and many countries. Saddleback created the workbook materials, and provides support on many levels to churches who offer the program. 









Designed for adults 18 and older to help them deal with drug & alcohol addiction, depression, low self-esteem, anger & frustration, eating disorders, child abuse, divorce, sexual abuse, co-dependency, pornography, grieving, loneliness, abandonment issues, self-harming, dysfunctional families, workaholism, pride, selfishness, and more.   








God, grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change. The courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. Living one day at a time, enjoying one moment at a time; Accepting hardship as a pathway to peace; Taking, as Jesus did, this sinful world as it is; Not as I would have it; Trusting that You will make all things right if I surrender to Your will; So that I may be reasonably happy in this life and supremely happy with You forever in the next.


-Reinhold Niebuhr

Looking for a place to serve? There may be a place for you on the Celebrate Recovery Leadership Team! Some areas of interest include: Greeters, Worship Team, Facility Set up/Tear Down, Small Group Leader, Cafe, and Fundraising. If you have any questions regarding Celebrate Recovery here at County Line, please email team leader, Anna Bell at or Care Pastor, Steve Schlatter at

Click below to fill out a volunteer form or for a request for further information. 

Serve on Celebrate Recovery