Strategic Planning Update

Each week, we’re sharing updates from our Next Steps Teams, who are continuing to meet and work virtually even during Social Distancing. Our Building Team has already begun developing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for architects to submit design proposals later this year for an approximately 20,000 square foot building for our village hub concept…

An Update for Good Samaritans

Dear Good Samaritans, As leaders of our congregation, our highest priority is the health, safety and wholeness of our people, with particular concern for those who are vulnerable and marginalized. As Good Samaritans, we are especially called to be good neighbors, protecting the weak and vulnerable in our larger communities. This evening, we have received…

Youth Group Update: Spring 2020

We are marking Spring’s return with time together and reflecting on a busy winter (but hopefully with moments of reflection). Last weekend, Good Samaritan’s Youth group went to Waycross for the Youth Spring Retreat and learned about not losing hope in times of failure, whilst this week I will be meeting with parents for our…

Office Hours through March 22

Good Sam’s staff members will be working from home for most of this coming week as a preventative way of reducing risk to our staff and our congregation as uncertainty around the COVID-19 virus continues to unfold. Our administrator Astrid Caruso-Lynch will be answering the telephone and responding to emails during her usual hours of…

Can You Spare A Square?

Help #LoveYourNeighbor this Sunday, March 15 by bringing extra toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and disinfecting wipes to share with households who are out. We’ll offer them to both our fellow Good Samaritans and to our friends and partners at Family Promise of Hendricks County!

A Note from Fr. Gray Regarding the Coronavirus

Dear Friends, As COVID-19, commonly known as the coronavirus, continues to spread, many of you have asked me what steps Good Sam’s is taking in order to be ready for when the virus affects our region. Bishop Baskerville-Burrows issued a pastoral letter to our Diocese last Friday regarding responsible virus preparations, which you can read…