Resurrection is looking to add to our list of volunteers to help with post-funeral meals. This is an important ministry that occurs a few times a year with very little notice. Sign-up to be a part of this ministry by Sunday, Aug. 15.
Serve from home by writing Indiana inmates as part of the Inmate Letter Writing Program through Unite Indy. You can register online through Unite Indy’s website and use Resurrection’s P.O. Box.
Food donations are always needed to keep Resurrection’s Breadbox stocked and ready to support our community partners. Resurrection rotates its monthly distribution of packaged and canned food items to the Interchurch Food Panty, Hunger Inc. and Second Helpings.
Vibrant, liturgical worship is one of Resurrection’s core values. We are looking to add some volunteers to assist on Sunday mornings. Sign-up to help by Thursday, July 15.
Greenwood Pride’s 1st Annual Block Party on Saturday, June 5 was a great success! Thanks to everyone who volunteered at our booth and to all who stopped by to say hello.
Resurrection members Scott and Bobbi Poore organized a Thrivent-hosted a food drive in April to fill Resurrection’s Breadbox. Donations were split between Interchurch Food Pantry and Hunger Inc., with pasta items going to Second Helpings.
Greenwood Pride’s 1st Annual Block Party is Saturday, June 5 (noon–5 p.m.) at Craig Park in Greenwood. Resurrection is hosting a booth – sign-up by Friday, June 4 to serve.
The Weekender Backpack Ministry Team held its final packing of the 2020-21 school year in May. Thank you to all who helped in so many ways.
Coburn Place is looking for a few volunteers. Coburn Place offers transitional housing and supportive services to survivors of domestic abuse and their children. To learn about weekday service opportunities, contact Julie Jessee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The knit/crochet group will meet on Saturday, April 24 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. in Resurrection Hall. Help us make hats for students at Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy.