Troubles with audio or video?
Try refreshing your page. If you're on a computer, near your browser bar (where you type in web addresses) should be an icon that looks like this: ↻ (an arrow with a circular tail). Click or tap that button and the website should reload. If you're on a mobile device, the process is the same, but you may need to scroll to the top of the webpage in order to see your browser bar and refresh button.
You can access our most recent service at allisonville.org/live throughout the week, until we go live again the following Sunday.
We are working on providing an archive page - please stayed tuned for more information when this is available. If you'd like to be sent a specific service from a date not posted, please email Kelly Dartis at or call the church office at 1 (317) 849-3957.
If you can't find the video or if for some reason a notification has not popped up, from your FB app search "Allisonville Christian Church." Scroll down to the page menu and tap "Videos." If you're doing this from a computer web browser, search "Allisonville Christian Church" on Facebook and click "Videos" on the lefthand margin of our page. The most current worship service will be posted there, along with past worship services and other ACC videos.
Troubles with audio or video? Try refreshing your page. You can do this by closing the app and reopening it from a mobile device. If you're on a computer, near your browser bar (where you type in a web address) should be an icon that looks like this: ↻ (an arrow with a circular tail). Click on or tap that button and the website should reload.
Each Sunday, you can tune in live by calling the line at 10:30am EDT. We recommend calling a few minutes prior.
Since the service is on a loop, a brief pause of silence might not necessarily mean you didn't successfully connect. Expect up to 20 seconds of silence before hearing anything. If after 20 seconds, you still hear nothing, hang up and try calling again.
Issues with audio quality? Try hanging up and calling from a landline.
Still no luck? Make sure you include the correct area code (631) and a "1" at the very beginning.
Though many have long distance built into their plans, those calling especially from a landline should check with their service provider to insure they are not racking up long-distance charges.
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide a 1-800 number, or use a local line at this time. We are continuing to improve all our technologies as things evolve; thanks for your feedback and patience!