In a time when communities are divided, differences are making enemies, and virtual relationships are defining friendships there is no better time than now to come together as neighbors and make a difference. Our E91 Community Engagement team is actively serving throughout the Castleton Community.
You can be a part of Sweep the Streets, Rock the Block, #onesimpleact projects or various family outreach events.
One of the ways we encourage people to take next steps with Jesus is by serving others. If you are looking for more ways to help, please take a look at this list of our local strategic partners and feel free to contact them directly to set up opportunities to serve individually, as a family, a group of friends or a LifeGroup.
Beyond serving our community, E91 is passionate about making an impact in four causes here and around the world. Scripture repeatedly tells us to do four things; care for the poor, speak up for the oppressed, nurture the fatherless and spread the Gospel among all nations. Get involved with a cause that goes beyond the issue and to the heart, transforming the world one life at a time. Contact one of our Impact Advocates to learn how you can be a part of making an impact here and around the world.
You can also get involved with these teams:
E91 Medical Team
The E91 Medical Team serves a few different ways; as an emergency
Mary Castle School Volunteer
Help serve at Mary Castle ELC and Elementary in a variety of ways. From reading to or being read to by students, be a lunchroom buddy to helping in the office.
Complete this survey to sign up.
For more information contact Sara
E91 Safe Families Team
Safe Families for Children is a volunteer-driven movement that relies upon host families, and a network of support, to open their arms, their hearts, and their homes to host vulnerable children.
The Safe Families experience starts at church, where families are invited to not only change the lives of a fellow family for better but to enrich their own lives by practicing biblical hospitality. By hosting these vulnerable children, along with support from the church, this extended family environment helps keep children safe and keeps families intact.
Instead of waiting for bad things to happen to children, we can step in to help. By design, child welfare systems are designed to react AFTER something bad happens to a child. Such interventions can be necessary in cases of abuse and neglect, but we can help BEFORE bad things occur.
To learn how you can get involved email Tammie Thomas.
For partnership information, please contact Sara Shettterley via email or at (317) 849-1261 x 2317.
English Talk Time
Help internationals from different backgrounds improve their English every Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
For more information Contact Dorothy Scharer.