The goal for Resurrection and three other Southside churches is to pack 40,000 nutritious meals. All ages are welcome to serve, and participants must register online by Friday, Nov. 15.
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.
Donations in October will be given to IPS Eleanor Skillen School #34 food pantry. The school helps 25 families once a month with a box of food. Please donate and drop off suggested items in RLC’s Breadbox outside of Resurrection Hall.
Donations to the Food Pantry Ministry in September will be given to Hunger Inc. in Perry Township. Hunger Inc. is open three times a week and helps individuals and families who are food challenged in Perry township and Beech Grove.
RLC’s Weekender Backpack Ministry Team is asking for food donations to help fill the weekly bags sent home with over 300 children living with food insecurities. The food we send home helps bridge the gap between lunch at school on Friday and breakfast at school on Monday morning.
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.
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.
Food donations in June will be given to Hunger Inc. in Perry Township. Hunger Inc. is open twice a week, helping individuals and families who are food challenged.
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.