Community Alerts

Your congregation is invited to submit a Community Alert.

Community Alerts highlight non-Center sponsored events and happenings in the community that may be of interest to congregations in your area and throughout the state. Items are posted on the website, and a monthly email goes out to congregations on the third Monday of each month. The deadline for submission is the previous Friday.

The news items in Community Alert are not Center sponsored. The information posted does not imply a Center for Congregations endorsement of those products, companies or services. We can accept only one item per congregation each month, and announcements must have a broad, general public interest. We will consider each submission, but not all can be included due to space, timing and content.


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Community Alerts

Give Success to Your Servants is a regional, multi-denominational event for those planning summer 2018 mission trips to disaster-impacted communities. This one-day event will feature workshops led by responders currently working in impacted areas, as well as recent mission-team leaders with experiences to share. Participants will learn from these experts, representing many denominations, how to prepare teams to enter safely and work effectively in disaster-challenged communities.
Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter of the Indiana Supreme Court is the special guest speaker for Irvington United Methodist Church's 140th anniversary celebration. Mayor Hogsett will be in attendance. All are cordially invited to attend.
There are many opportunities to volunteer at The Shrine of Christ’s Passion. All are welcome to consider joining the team of volunteers. Please call 219-365-6010 to sign up today. New Gift Shoppe Volunteer Training is February 20 at 6 p.m. in The Shrine Gift Shoppe and New Tour Guide Training is February 21 at 6 p.m. in The Shrine Gift Shoppe.
Scott Harrison, founder and CEO of charity: water, explores the 21st century face of charity. Scott will share his unique story of rediscovering his lost faith that brought him face-to-face with the global water crisis. He leveraged technology and innovation to reinvent charity and build America’s largest private funder of international water programming, and along the way, transformed the traditional form of charity. Scott founded the non-profit organization charity: water in 2006.
Congregation Beth-El Zedeck invites the interfaith community of Indianapolis to explore the origins of the Seder ritual and to share a Passover supper together. Rabbi Shelley Goldman will lead and explain the Passover rituals. There will be ample opportunity for discussion and for questions during the Seder. School-aged children are welcome to attend the Seder with an adult family member, teacher or youth leader.