The Bulletin – December 26

Anchorsaway offers young adults worldview experience

GREENFIELD — High school juniors and seniors and college students can go to Anchorsaway, a Christian worldview educational experience. It will start meeting from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Sundays, starting Jan. 3, at 223 W. Stoney Trail.

It’s designed to encourage each student’s biblical understanding and spiritual growth so that they will confidently live out their faith in every area of life. Students will be prepared to give an answer to others about what they believe to be true about the God of the Bible. A handbook, and notes include recommended book reading for each session.

Each session features a different topic. The handbook costs $35.

For more information, call Kathy Peters at 317-407-5986 or Julie Young at 317-730-4299.

Dinner planned to raise money for Love INC

GREENFIELD — Love INC (In the Name of Christ) of Greater Hancock County is making plans for the second annual “Love Thy Neighbor” dinner, set for Feb. 13 at Adaggios.

Love INC engages Christians to help meet community needs by mobilizing local churches with the goal of transforming lives and communities in the name of Christ. It works to build lasting community and church relationships, manage a database of volunteers, and coordinate all the church ministries to transform the lives of Hancock Countians. Supporters sustain the staff, facility and equipment necessary.

Visit to see happenings with Love INC. Two immediate initiatives include the Safe Families network of churches in Hancock County and Faith Nursing visitations.

If you would like to securely purchase dinner tickets, go to

Motorcycle riders gather for food fellowship

GREENFIELD — Members of the Crossroad Riders, the Greenfield chapter of the Christian Motorcyclist Association, meet at 9 a.m. the third Saturday of most months at Jim Dandy restaurant and also gather in warmer months to enjoy rides together. For more information, call 709-3808.