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.
RLC is forming a publication team to help develop, steer, curate, and produce our new quarterly publication highlighting RLC people and ministries at work within our congregation and community. Share your gifts and help create something new!
Every first and third Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m. in Room 9, no sign up needed, just come and pray with the group. The current focus of the group is to support the RLC community, ministries, leaders, and staff with intentional prayer.
Resurrection is collecting vases again this year for Random Acts of Flowers of Indianapolis. Drop off vases at the table in the church narthex between Sundays Jan. 12 and 19.
Resurrection’s Quilt Makers are hosting two quilting demonstrations on Sunday, Jan. 5 at 9:15 and 10:30 a.m. in the Luther Room. Join us as we try to expand our mission and demonstrate the various steps in quilting.
RLC’s Property Team is looking for additional people to serve on the team. If you have interest or experience in building maintenance, please contact Ross Peabody to learn how you can serve.
Every Sunday morning there are multiple easy ways to serve to help make Resurrection a welcoming place for all. Signup to serve online or complete the yellow Connect Card in the Sunday bulletin. Help and/or first-time guidance is available.
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.
You’re invited to the Third Annual Cultural Fair at Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy (DMKA) on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 6-7:30 p.m. It’s a celebration of the diverse cultures represented at the Kindergarten Academy and our Perry Township community.
Sign-up for to participate in the kickoff meeting of the South Central Creation Care Network, a collective team of congregations and community members focused on caring for the earth, God’s creation.