Love Your Neighbor

Love Your Neighbor: #ChurchThatSews

As a Church That Serves and a Church Without Walls (literally!) right now, our community needs Good Sam’s gifts and presence more than ever before. Last week, we shifted our outreach budget to be ready to address critical needs of our community now and in the days to come. We have been serving our neighbors…

Hygiene Drive: March 1

On Sunday, March 1, the #ChurchThatServes will be collecting feminine hygiene products for Project Period. Project Period partners with schools and community organizations in Indiana to provide free feminine hygiene products to those who struggle financially or are experiencing temporary hardship. They are dedicated to ensuring that these girls and women do not go without…

Good Sam’s Receives Racial Reconciliation Grant

Great news! Good Samaritan is the proud recipient of an Indiana Center for Congregations grant of $30,000 that will fund nine months of Racial Reconciliation conversations, study, healing, immersive experiences and spiritual workfor our church and neighborhood, starting in July. Every day in the news, there are fresh headlines about division, injustice, violence, and discrimination that…

Conversation with Senator J.D. Ford

Join us for a conversation with State Senator J. D. Ford, the first openly gay person elected to the Indiana State House, on Tuesday, May 8 at Harris Academy from 6:30-8:00 p.m.. Learn about Senator Ford’s life, campaign, legislative focus, and his call to youth in areas of societal leadership and service. This event is…

Pub Theology on April 9!

Pub Theology is back on Tuesday, April 9 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m at Green Street Pub in Brownsburg. This month’s topic: We love our immigrant neighbors! Our guest speaker will be Terri Morris Downs from the Immigration Welcome Center in Indianapolis. Come and learn about important issues for immigrants and refugees in our community. We’ll…