About Us

God was on the move in the early 2000s, raising up young teams of ordinary people to do the work of the great commission--raising up disciples of Jesus Christ. Muncie Alliance Church sent out church planting teams to establish new churches along the Route 69 corridor. They were called the Movement of Alliance Churches (MAC). God called a young businessman and entrepreneur--Darren Campbell--to plant a church in Gas City, IN, just 30 minutes from Muncie Alliance. Darren wanted the Lord to receive all the credit and glory for the work, so he did little marketing and held the first service at 8am on a cold October day in 2004. To his surprise, the building was packed full of college students and families, with standing-room only. Young people were drawn to the simple expository preaching (teaching through books of the Bible one chapter and verse at a time) and the emphasis on empowering/equipping lay people to do the work of ministry.

And God is still on the move today--we maintain our gospel-centered commitment to be disciples that make disciples. And as a member of the Christian & Missionary Alliance our focus is both local and global in scope. We are sending out missionaries all across the world and planting churches where the Lord calls us. Would you join us in the work?

Our Staff

Forrest Brown

Co-Pastor
Forrest@Exit.Church

Tyler Shirley

Co-Pastor
Tyler@Exit.Church

Gen Springer

Children's Minister
Grms@Live.com

What We Believe

We are a member of the Christian & Missionary Alliance. Take a deeper look at our Statement of Faith.

Our Values

Our values are the heartbeat of Exit. They spell out how we approach ministry. Check out our four values.

What to Expect at Services

Attending a church can be intimidating and awkward. We'd love the chance to break that stereotype.