Mission Outreach
We have our annual " Picnic in the Park" hot dog lunch, served with chips, cookies and a cold drink during June and July on Mondays from Noon until 1pm in Landmark Park (In case of rain we will move to our Friendship Hall next to the park)
This is a free lunch open to the public and we hope you can join us on those Mondays  We will have a Bible story lesson and craft during this time for the children.  Keep us in mind for this summer.
Main Street Food Pantry
This ministry began in April 2000 and God has blessed us with donations of food items, money and volunteers who faithfully come and serve our patrons weekly throughout the year. This ministry serves people who live in the Hancock County zip codes.  We thank the volunteer workers of the Food Pantry, you the donors who help tremendously with this ministry. 
With the help of Fortville area schools, Noah's Ark Preschool, individuals and VFW, businesses, donors of produce, we continue to fill our pantry through God's Goodness.
  God is Good...All the Time...God is Good!
We want to thank you, the Postal Patrons and the Fortville Post Office for your generous donations of non-perishable items for the Main Street Food Pantry!  God certainly has blessed the pantry with His touch.  We received over 160 tubs of food from the 46040 zip code area.  We can't thank you enough for your generosity.  God is Good. . . All the time!

Hours of Food Pantry Operation
1-3pm every Tuesday
Location (Old Library)
115 N Main Street
Fortville, IN 46040
What is accepted as proper ID?
Valid (not expired) driver's license or personal ID card with current Hancock County address
Apartment Lease Agreement with current Hancock County address
Recent bill** (dated no earlier than 2 months prior to current date) with current Hancock County address
**bills accepted as ID: gas bill, telephone bill, electricity bill)

Prayer Blanket Ministry
This ministry began in 2003 at our church with a small group of women who came together to decide how to administer this program and we kept it simple and went from there.
Blankets were made by people and donated to the church for its use.
ANYONE who would like a blanket can receive one. When the pastor or church office knows there is a need for a blanket, it is placed on the altar the next Sunday during worship and at the appropriate time during worship, people are asked to come forward and pray over this blanket.  After worship, this blanket is delivered.  We have heard many testimonials as to how this blanket has given comfort and peace to the individual.  God is awesome and working in and through His people.