The staff of Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy (DMKA) are hosting an open house for Resurrection people on Sunday, Aug. 25, from 11 a.m. – noon as a way to say “thank you” for our partnership.
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)
Food donations in August will be given to Emmaus Lutheran Church in Fountain Square. They serve the families in the area southeast of Fountain Square.
Check out photos from this year’s Habitat for Humanity build! Wednesday, July 17, Resurrection people gave of their time and energy to help with a Habitat for Humanity project to help build a simple, decent place for a family to live.
Help new kindergartners at Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy (DMKA) by serving at one of the school’s upcoming activities. Volunteers are needed in a variety of ways when a new school year begins at DMKA. Visit the table in the narthex for details and sign-ups on Sundays July 7 through July 21.
Don’t miss Resurrection’s Congregation Picnic on Sunday, July 28 at 11:15 a.m. at Westside Park, 820 West Main Street, Greenwood, IN. This is a great opportunity to connect with new people and learn about those you worship with on Sunday.
Resurrection’s WELCA Quiltmakers are meeting Thursdays July 11 & 25 from 10:15 a.m – 4 p.m. and Saturday, July 13 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. in Resurrection Hall. All quilters and sewers are welcome!
Donations in July will be given to IPS Eleanor Skillen School #34 food pantry. The school helps 25 families once a month with a box of food which includes canned vegetables, cereal, pasta sauce & pasta, soup, toilet tissue, soap, peanut butter & jelly, eggs, milk and bread.
Saturday, June 22, sixteen RLC Youth high school students flew to Puerto Rico to spend a week helping with ongoing work of hurricane recovery. Group 3 included five youth accompanied by faith mentors Natashia George and Brad Condon.
Saturday, June 22, sixteen RLC Youth high school students flew to Puerto Rico to spend a week helping with ongoing work of hurricane recovery. Group 2 included five youth accompanied by faith mentors Craig Welch and Pastor Ryan.