Looking for ways to serve our local community during COVID-19? This page will be routinely updated as new opportunities become available.
Resurrection Lutheran Church has established a special fund called Caring for Our Neighbors to address the needs in our community due to COVID-19. This effort is in addition to our ongoing food ministry.
After Resurrection’s Weekender food ministry was abruptly put on hold due to COVID-19, we were able to supplement food supplies by packing and delivering the remaining Weekender food inventory to be given to families in need on Thursday, April 30 and Friday, May 1.
Second Helpings provides meals to thousands of our neighbors in need each day, and that need is growing due to the impact of COVID-19. Second Helpings needs people to join their on-call volunteer waitlist. Get details and signup.
Monday, April 20 at Lucas Oil Stadium – Midwest Food Bank, in partnership with the Salvation Army and National Guard, has an immediate need for volunteers (age 14+) to pack 5,000 family meal boxes. Sign up for either a morning shift (8 a.m. – noon) or afternoon shift (1-5 p.m.).
Due to COVID-19, RLC’s Food Pantry ministry is not currently collecting donations. We encourage you to support the work of our local hunger partners, dedicated to addressing hunger needs throughout Indianapolis.
Due to updated guidelines regarding COVID-19, Resurrection’s Friday free Community Meals ministry will provide 100% carry-out meals for the foreseeable future. All items will be served curbside and packed in single-serve containers for distribution.
Saturday, June 13: Resurrection is again walking in this year’s Indy Pride parade. If you are interested in participating, signup online or visit the table in the narthex by Sunday, March 8.
Sunday, Jan. 19 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. in Resurrection Hall: Whether you’re a Thrivent member or not, this learning event is for anyone that wants to hear how Thrivent resources can be used to fund service and giving opportunities.
Starting Sunday, Dec. 1, select a tag from the Sharing Wreath in the parish narthex and help brighten the holiday for Perry Township families. Wrap and return the item(s) you select to the area beneath the Sharing Wreath by Sunday, Dec. 15.