See something that interests you? Have an idea that you want to tell us about? Contact Pastor Aaron Hobbs moc.t1508376573srife1508376573llivs1508376573elbon1508376573@sbbo1508376573ha1508376573 or call the church office 317-773-2500.
This group uses donated bedding and comforters to construct sturdy sleeping bags for the homeless. They meet the 2nd Friday of every month, 12:30-3:00pm, although participants are welcome to come and go as needed.
No sewing skills are required. Training is provided.
The sleeping bags, along with hats, gloves, socks and toiletries, are distributed through the trustees office and a homeless outreach group in downtown Indianapolis. To learn more, contact Mary Burns moc.l1508376573oa@40150837657327snr1508376573ubd1508376573 or call the church office 317-773-2500.
Come to Me Food Pantry
This fantastic food pantry provides meals, toiletries, household supplies, and even birthday bags! This ministry, housed at Fishers United Methodist Church serves residents in need all around Hamilton County.
Dinner's On Us
Free meal for anyone in the community! Every Thursday evening from 5:00pm-6:00pm in Wesley Hall (Enter Door #7).
Kids Who Care
Mission activities for kids and parents.
Kids Hope USA
Weekly tutoring program for White River Elementary School Students. Be a mentor, substitute, or prayer partner.
Prevail serves the community as an advocate for victims of crime and abuse in Hamilton and surrounding counties. They are committed to offering their services, free of charge, in a confidential, supportive, non-judgmental environment that is meant to empower, educate and strengthen those they serve. Learn more at ... www.prevailinc.com
The Lebanon Children's Home exists to enrich the quality of life for children and families through Christian values. Our United Methodist Women's group collects tons of toys through our "Angel Trees" at the church and donates to this ministry annually. Learn more at ... www.childrenshome.net
The Christmas Store
The Christmas Store: Every year the Christmas Store helps youth buy Christmas presents for themselves and their families. Students attend an after school program weekly and save up points that they can spend for Christmas gifts (bicycles, jewelry, toys, board games, clothes, etc). Our youth group goes once a year to support this amazing ministry by helping kids shop for their presents. We also bring a busload of toys every year!
This is a local organization that is fighting to end Human Trafficking in Cambodia through empowering women to work and helping them find meaningful ways to make money so they don't have to resort to selling themselves or their children. Learn more at ... www.centerforglobalimpact.org