James Faris

James Faris is a pastor of the Second Reformed Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, where he has served since 2011. He was raised in a covenant home with the rich heritage and daily blessing of godly parents and grandparents who imparted their lives to him. He was discipled through his high school and college years by Barry York and Dave Long. After graduating from Purdue University, he worked for three years in the automotive industry, and then attended the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, graduating in 2003.

James served as an associate pastor of the Second Reformed Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis for three years, and then served as pastor of the Southfield, Michigan Reformed Presbyterian Church for four years before returning to Indianapolis.

 

James and Elizabeth were married in 1998 and are blessed with six children and a very active household.

9 Comments

  1. Jim Sleep February 4, 2012 at 8:02 pm #

    I just wanted to add that James is a solid softball pitcher, and a clutch hitter as well! Hope all is well in your current homestead my friend! We miss you guys!

    Jim.

    • James Faris February 4, 2012 at 9:35 pm #

      Hi Jim,

      Great to hear from you. We miss you too. Hope all is well!

      James

  2. Callie Maloney February 28, 2012 at 12:11 pm #

    HI James: I am the Producer of Christian talk show called Lifeline with Kurt Goff on WDCX-FM radio, based out of Buffalo NY and reaching over 7 million people. We are on daily from 3-6 pm EST M-F. We are very interested in having you on as a guest to talk about the blog, “The Spiritual Gift of Discouragement”. Would you be willing to do an interview with us? Thanks!
    Callie Maloney, Producer
    cm.wdcx@gmail.com
    716-883-3010

  3. Lynette Bloedow October 30, 2014 at 4:32 pm #

    Hello James,

    I would like to encourage you to come to Canada (Ontario) sometime. Could we chat by email sometime? I am inspired by your posts.

    Blessings,

    Lynette

  4. Dave Kinney June 24, 2016 at 3:22 pm #

    I just read your article “An Up-Front Discussion; the Best Seats in Worship” on the Aquila Report. May I have your permission to print that as a bulletin insert for my congregation? Full credit to you, of course.

    Dave Kinney
    Countryside Presbyterian Church
    Cameron,NC

    • James Faris June 26, 2016 at 4:28 pm #

      Dave,

      Sure, no problem! Thanks for reading.

      James

  5. April Hillquist August 1, 2016 at 2:42 am #

    James:

    I found your comments, by chance, and would be interested in corresponding with your privately. I am the direct descendant of Thomas Smith (Smith Family Farm), and am currently living in Louisville. I have been able to go to Bloomington once since moving here, to the local genealogy library, but would love to correspond with a family member that could provide me information so I can return to Bloomington better prepared to have a greater appreciate of the city and our family’s role in it.

    Best regards,

    April Hillquist

    • James Faris August 1, 2016 at 2:13 pm #

      Hi April,

      Thanks for the note. I’d be happy to correspond. My email address is jas.faris@gmail.com

      James

  6. Kathy Dreifuss August 8, 2016 at 12:58 pm #

    Hi James,

    I am another descendant of James Faris of Bloomington. My grandfather was John Jay Faris, his father was Jay Faris, and his father was Isaiah Faris, who was one of James’ sons. I found your post about Faris Way in Bloomington the other day as I was doing research on the Faris family. I live in the Cincinnati area, so not too far from you! (And I attended graduate school in Bloomington, which was a neat experience). Anyway, just wanted to say hi.

    Kathy Dreifuss

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