RLC’s staff has curated a list of antiracism resources to accompany the June 10 pastoral letter from Pastor Ryan and Pastor Mitch about why the gospel of Christ compels us to listen to black voices, learn about the history and present reality of racist policies, and advocate for anti-racist policies.
Sunday, March 1 is Bread for the World’s Offering of Letters at Resurrection, the day we write letters to congressional leaders advocating for those struggling with hunger.
Gather with us Sunday, Oct. 13 for Bread for the World Sunday when Resurrection joins other congregations in offering prayers for those who suffer from hunger in our own country and abroad.
Come urge Senator Young to end childhood hunger in Indiana with a special event, “A Fair Shot for All Children”, on Thursday, Aug. 22 from 4:15 – 5:45 p.m at Noblesville First United Methodist Church (2051 Monument St, Noblesville)
Sunday, May 5 is Bread for the World’s Offering of Letters at Resurrection, the day we gather to write letters to our legislators, advocating for those struggling with hunger. This year’s focus is “Better Nutrition, Better Tomorrow” and we write to advocate for an end to global childhood malnutrition.