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6602 S Harding St Indianapolis, IN 46217
Saturdays at 4 Sundays at 9 & 11
550 Homestead Blvd Franklin, IN 46131
Sundays at 9 & 11
1640 W Stones Crossing Rd Greenwood, IN 46143
Saturdays at 4 & 6 Sundays at 9 & 11
743 E Pleasant Run Pkwy, South Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46203
Sundays at 9:00am and 11:00am
Emmanuel partners with mission organizations in Africa, Colombia, Haiti and Nicaragua. Each area serves as an opportunity for a team to help with needed projects; but most importantly, to share the love of Christ.
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Hope Road exists to bring the love and hope of Jesus Christ to Nicaragua and to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the most vulnerable to transform lives.
They do this by focusing programs on sustainable community development and not on empty acts of service, by collaborating with the people we serve instead of imposing our own ideas, and by keeping relationship at the center of it all. Their projects include clean water initiatives, wellness programs, education programs to empower teachers and students, church plant communities, and a transition home to support Nicaraguan students who age out of the orphanage system in their teen years.
Since 1996, SMI Haiti has been engaged in providing assistance in practical ways to those in great need in the land of Haiti. Their ministries and projects are often carried out in conjunction with missionaries on the field or other organizations committed to a similar purpose. Through a variety of projects, SMI Haiti is making a difference in the daily lives of Haitians living in the Arcahaie area north of Port Au Prince. Projects include construction, school sponsorship, youth and women’s ministry, feeding and clothing programs, and medical and dental clinics.
Africa New Life exists to transform lives and communities through Preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Acts of Compassion. Since 2001, Africa New Life has shared the Gospel using two hands: the hand of compassion and the hand of evangelism. Their goal is to see lives transformed through meeting basic needs, to give hope for the future for those living in poverty in Rwanda, and to share the freedom and hope found in Christ. At the heart of their model for breaking cycles of poverty is educational sponsorship. With a high school education, or a vocational equivalent, children in Rwanda have hope for the future.
Exodo Church is a church in Cartagena, Colombia formed by Colombian’s after an Emmanuel mission trip. They continue to grow, reaching communities, serving, and sharing the love of Jesus. Each community strives to Come to know Christ and Grow in Christ. This is happening with weekly church services, small groups, and meeting tangible needs. Communities that are struggling with violence and poverty are being tackled with God’s love and acts of compassion. Their goals are to help kids receive the education they need, meet families’ physical needs, and equip communities to support and pray for each other.