SEPTEMBER 21


Join us for 1D2G to make a difference in our community and around the world!


Each year, we spend a Saturday in September serving together as a church. We call that day of church-wide service One Day to Go. One Day to Go is not intended to replace a day-to-day attitude of serving others in need. Instead, it is designed to cultivate and strengthen that attitude by showing those who don’t serve regularly the joy of serving others in God’s name and by providing new and different opportunities for those who have already developed a heart to serve. Although One Day to Go is a single day dedicated to serving others as a body, we hope that your experience opens your heart to see how God is glorified when we each respond to His call to serve those in need, not just for a single day, but as a regular part of our lives.



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AGAPE THERAPEUTIC RIDING CENTER:  Agape harnesses the therapeutic value of horses to serve all kinds of individuals and groups including families with special needs, at-risk children and youth, and seniors. Through its programs, Agape seeks to bring unbridled hope to the people it serves. What: Assist with outdoor maintenance projects. Some activities may be physically strenuous, but there will be something for everyone. Families are encouraged to serve together. Where: Agape East, 531 W. 100 S. Greenfield, IN 46140. Learn more about Agape


ANGEL CONNECTION FOOD DRIVE:  Angel Connection is a food pantry that helps provide nutritious food for hungry families in and around McCordsville. What: Collect donated food from neighborhoods near Outlook; sort, date check and deliver to Angel Connection. In addition, there is a separate opportunity to serve on Sunday, September 15, by distributing food bags in participating neighborhoods. Where: Nearby neighborhoods and Angel Connection, 6247 W. Broadway, McCordsville, IN 46055. Learn more about Angel Connection.


BUTLER SOUP KITCHEN:  Butler Soup Kitchen is a faith-based facility that provides food for hungry individuals and families in Greenfield five days per week. What: Deep cleaning kitchen and eating facilities. Volunteers must be at least 9 years old. Where: Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen, 202 E Main St, Greenfield, IN 46140. Learn more about Butler Soup Kitchen.


HANCOCK HOPE HOUSE:  Hancock Hope House helps homeless residents of Hancock and neighboring counties achieve self-sufficiency through mentoring and empowerment. Participating individuals and families reside on site while they develop a plan of action that will lead to a stable housing situation. The Hope House also operates a thrift store that offers reasonably priced merchandise to the public and provides financial support for the ministry. What: Serve in the Thrift Store, including organizing and assisting in the repair and display of products offered for sale to the public. Where: Hancock Hope House 35 E. Pierson Street, Greenfield, IN 46140. Learn more about Hancock Hope House.


LAMBSWEAR:  Lambswear is a non-profit started by members of Outlook as a direct result of their participation in the predecessor event to One Day to Go. Lambswear provides new and gently used clothing to children in need, many of whom are entering the foster care system. What: Sort, organize, bag, and label clothing. Where: Lambswear, 5841 Thunderbird Rd Suite D, Indianapolis, IN 46236. Learn more about Lambswear.


LIFELINE MEALS:  Lifeline is a nonprofit Christian organization that helps people all over the world through mission trips, child sponsors, and many other charitable activities. What: Package 30,000 meals to be shipped to Haiti. Volunteers will work in an assembly line and seats will be available to those who need them. Minimum volunteer age is 5. Great project for families! Volunteers are also needed the night before to help set up the stations. Learn more about Lifeline.


PRAYER TEAM :  To better serve the spiritual needs of our community, we will spend time praying for neighborhoods near Outlook, as well as our schools, government leaders, and first responders in the immediate area. At least part of this project will be indoors and will not involve physical activity. The project may also involve prayer walks or praying at the location of those for whom we are praying.


OTHER OPPORTUNITIES: Volunteers are needed to help serve breakfast the morning of the event and to provide childcare while volunteers are serving with the individual projects. Childcare providers must be high school or older and must have a background check through Outlook.


Thanks for serving!