We partner with local nonprofits and organizations to bring about real change in our community.

The greatest impact isn’t made in isolation.

that is why we have formed strategic partnerships with the following local organizations.

United Way of Johnson County

United Way of Johnson County is critical in helping assess needs in our community and in providing connection, support and service to those who have needs and those who want to help meet the needs of our community. If you need assistance or help of any kind, call the United Way of Johnson County Helpline at 317-738-4636. You can view the Helpline brochure with a comprehensive list of resources here.


KIC-IT collaborates with other organizations to support youth, ages 16-25, in breaking the cycle of homelessness by helping them achieve sustainable life change. If you want to serve with them or if you or a young person you know needs help, call 317-428-2078.

No Place to Call Home

No Place to Call Home is a coordinated partnership to end homelessness in Johnson County. It offers the potential for financial assistance and 3-6 months of case management for people desiring to find housing stability. Call the UWJC Helpline above if you need help. Our church makes referrals to No Place to Call Home and No Place to Call Home makes referrals to our church for people seeking spiritual support.

Bridges Alliance of Johnson County

Bridges Alliance of Johnson County offers community support, tools and resources for people who are struggling financially, especially households that earn above the Federal Poverty Level, but not enough to afford a bare-bones household budget. If you are interested in programs like their Surviving to Thriving class or their weekly support meetings, email

Substance Use Help

If you are struggling with substance use, call the church at 317-xxx-xxxx. Pastor Ross can help you find support and treatment options for recovery. You can also join us for Recovery Church on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 for a free meal, community, and spiritual support and tools for recovery. Ross serves on the board for Drug Free Johnson County and Empower Johnson County. You can also call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP to find treatment and support options.

ASSIST Indiana

ASSIST Indiana provides free services for individuals 5 and up who have been directly and/or indirectly affected by sexual, domestic, and physical violence in the community. You can reach them at 317-739-4456.

Turning Point Domestic Services

Turning Point Domestic Services offers resources for preventing domestic and dating and violence and provides services for people who have suffered from violence. You can call their 24-hour helpline at 1-800-221-6311.

Resources for Hope

Resources for Hope provides resources to meet the physical and emotional needs for foster youth and families in Johnson County–including programs and a store for clothing, toys, etc.

Interchurch Food Pantry

If you’re struggling to find food, Interchurch Food Pantry is the largest food pantry in Johnson County. A list of pantries in the county can be found here.

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A weekly group for persons in recovery from addiction to supplement ongoing treatment.