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Outreach

We are called to serve and spread the gift of Jesus to others. Whether that is within our church, the community or the world at large, we believe there is an opportunity to share your gifts with others. Without a paid staff, we rely solely on the hearts and service of volunteers. For internal serving opportunities, please contact .

Indy Outreach

Twice a year, our young adults organize a local outreach day for our city and invite friends to help. This typically takes place on a Saturday in April and October. Activities could include working at food pantries, doing home repair and clean up for the elderly, visiting a prison or conducting a festival for community children. If you know of a local need or want information on upcoming outreach dates, please contact Seth Bollier. Next Indy Outreach: October 17-19, 2014.

Meals 

Volunteers are needed to make a meal during times of need for individual families. Please contact Kate Levy with a need or to help.

Mission Trips

Our high school students take a mission trip during the summer, along with interested parents, Sunday School teachers and other church members. In the past, they have visited an orphanage in Mexico and a horse ranch in Missouri. If you are interested in learning about the 2015 trip to Magdalena, Mexico, contact Kevin or Laura Gutwein.  

In addition to this trip, there are frequent trips through World Relief throughout the year to destinations in the U.S., Mexico, Haiti and Jamaica. Visit World Relief's website for information on upcoming trips.

Regency Place of Castleton Nursing Home 

On the 3rd Sunday of the month at 2:30 p.m., all are welcome to sing, encourage and spend time with nursing home residents. Contact Ron Bollier for more information. We visit the Regency Place of Castleton, 5226 E. 82nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46250.

PRISON MINISTRY

Our desire is to share the gospel and nurture relationships with those behind prison walls. We welcome you to join us for a prison visit, where we sing, distribute gift packages, and share words of encouragement to those behind bars. Individuals as young as twelve to fourteen years old can visit a county jail, but all individuals must be eighteen years old to visit a prison. Other ways to get involved include prayer, writing cards and making a financial contribution to purchase Bibles to give to those behind bars. Please contact Seth Bollier to get involved.