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Opt-t in to receive weekly texts for the Need Of this Week (NOW)! If you opt-in to this text group, you will receive a brief text about one need or opportunity to serve for that week. This is an easy and efficient way to be aware of what those in our community are needing!
NOW texts will be a variety of community partner needs, opportunities to serve, and ways you and your family can be Jesus to your neighbors or friends.
You can opt-in to this anytime by texting NOW to 765-347-7707.
As we seek to be Jesus where we live, work and play, we want to provide opportunities for you to connect with your neighbors and develop relationships with them. We have found these resources helpful!
This website is an awesome resource to learn who your neighbors are and start to pray for them by name! It’s free to sign up. Go to blesseveryhome.com to learn more and get started.
Do you neighbors know who you are? These simple but fun door hangers provide an opportunity for you to share your information with them and invite them to do the same! With both color and black/white options, you can simply print as many of these out as you wish, fill them out, then stick them on your neighbors’ doors.
Download Door Hanger - Color
Download Door Hanger - Black & White
Download Door Hanger Instructions
If your neighbor needed something, would they know you are willing to help? These connection cards are an easy way to pass your information on to your neighbors and share with them ways you are available to help them if they need. Print the cards, fill them out and then drop them by some of your neighbors’ houses.
Download the Card
What if Jesus meant that we should love our actual neighbors? We love the resources developed through the movement, The Art of Neighboring. Check out their website: ArtOfNeighboring.com or view some of the resources below.
Block Map - Stick this on your fridge and make it your goal to get to know the neighbors around you.
Block Party Kit - All the things you need to plan and execute your own neighborhood block party! This is a great way to start to know your neighbors.
COVID-19 Neighboring Toolkit - Ideas and suggestions for how to love your neighbors during the pandemic.
The MP Missions Hunger Initiative seeks to meet the hunger needs in the community through relationships with those in need, as well as other area resources and agencies. The Hunger Initiative intentionally seeks avenues for the Madison Park congregation to provide for the needs in the community. Current Hunger Initiative projects are the Anderson High School food boxes, Pirate Pantry at Anderson Intermediate School, and food rescue efforts within the church and into the community.
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We believe the church should be involved in helping vulnerable children in our community. Care Communities is the first avenue of ministry within the Foster and Adoption Ministry at Madison Park Church. These teams of committed volunteers surround a foster or adoptive family with tangible support, care and prayer as this family steps into the lives of vulnerable children.
God is about restoring all creation to His original intent, wherever they are on the continuum. That has an impact on not yet followers of Christ, as well as followers of Christ.
How do we love people back to God? By being Jesus' representatives in our world.
The role of Missions is to equip people to:
Active participation with God in His Work of reconciling the world to Himself.
Authentic personal engagement with people God misses most in order to share His love with them.
Making disciples who make disciples.
We are compelled to Love People Back to God through relationship building and partnerships with local and international mission partners. Please join us in being the hands and feet of Christ to the hurting, the lost, and the marginalized. You can engage by following us on Facebook and visiting the Missions Corner in the church lobby.
Dove Harbor is under the Madison Park umbrella and serves women in crisis situations through community, coaching, and resources to improve their relational health and financial stability.
Based on the words of Jesus rather than psychological theory, Celebrate Recovery helps us overcome hurt and addiction of all kinds. We meet every Friday at the Madison Park Church at 7pm.
Operation Love provides help for today and hope for tomorrow through programs and services meeting critical and urgent everyday needs. They have many opportunities to donate or volunteer.
Stripped Love serves women in sex trade in Central Indiana and equips and trains women in other communities. They help women reclaim their identity in Christ and advocate for themselves and others.
A multipurpose facility that accommodates retreats for all types of Christian groups. Their main goal is to create summer camping experiences for grades 1-12.
A ministry which communicates the saving power, hope, and love of Christ to imprisoned, ex-offenders, victims, Sheriff's department employees, and their families.
The Christian Center serves the hungry, hurting, and homeless in Madison County. They operate a men's shelter and host three hot meals a day for those in need in Anderson/Madison County.
The clinic provides healthcare services to Haitians through a medical clinic, dentistry clinic, eye clinic, two operating rooms, pharmacy, lab and a prosthesis unit. They employ Haitian residents to run the clinic 5 days a week.
The mission of Heart to Honduras is to foster thriving Honduran communities by partnering to develop the gifts and capacities of visionary, engaged, local leaders. They help form disciples, develop communities, cross cultures, seek partners and reach the next generation.
Pink Door is a not-for-profit organization that provides a long-term recovery and integration program for women exiting prostitution or fleeing forced sexual exploitation. Pink Door’s long-term recovery program consists of residential services, individualized recovery and life skills courses, and psychosocial consultation.
MPC Missions supports two Global Strategy missionaries. Dr. Mark & Kathy Fulton serve in Haiti at Mission Haiti Medical and
Kelley & Rhonda Philips serve in Germany at Pink Door. To learn more about our missionaries, click on their links below.
We work with global partners who are embedded in their communities and understand their culture and needs. This enables our teams to engage with those we serve in a way that does not alienate, but instead brings us closer as brothers and sisters in Christ.
In 2020, we have groups traveling to Honduras and Berlin. Contact Doug Linville for more information about these trips.