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Catalyst Church is simply a group of  REAL PEOPLE with REAL LIVES finding REAL ANSWERS in Jesus. Our desire is to Connect with God, others, and in service.

We would love for you to join us when you get a chance and experience REAL PEOPLE whose lives are forever changed because of the REAL ANSWER. Don’t just take our word for it, experience it for yourself and you be the judge. There’s no dress code and no church background is required. Yes, seriously!

Come see for yourself and join us in our newly remodeled building which has been designed for you to feel at home and non churchy. We really think you will enjoy it here, but don’t take our word for it JOIN US “NO STRINGS ATTACHED”.

We meet at 3232 Claremont Ave Evansville - on the West Side of town. We start right at 10:45am. Children’s checkin starts at 10:15am.


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STL Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson won the last game of the 1964 World series against the NY Yankees and was names series MVP. To complete its 17-0 season and become the only unbeaten, untied team in NFL history, Miami defeated Washington 14-7.Safety Jake Scott became only the second defensive player to win the MVP. Scott […]

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In God We Trust

In God We Trust:
 One of the first found references of the motto “In God We Trust” is heard in the U.S. National Anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner. The song was written by Francis Scott Key in 1814 and later adopted as the national anthem. In the last stanza Key writes a variation of the phrase: […]

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Giants and Underdogs

The Americans have never really been that great at soccer, so when they were able to defeat the English team 1-0 at the 1950 World Cup, many fans who had heard of the news stateside had to be shocked, especially considering the team were 500-1 shots to win the game. Not to mention, they were […]

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