The Bulletin – January 18

20160326dr RELIGION cooks1Lee Guthrie makes his special sausage gravy recipe, a favorite among patrons who attend the Saturday morning breakfast at the McCordsville United Methodist Church. Daily Reporter file photo

McCordsville church to serve breakfast

McCORDSVILLE — McCordsville United Methodist Church’s next community breakfast is set for 7:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 18) at the church, 6247 W. Broadway, McCordsville.

Breakfast favorites are served, including biscuits and gravy, eggs, bacon and sausage, potatoes, pancakes and more. Donations are accepted.

Information:, 317-335-3705

Faith offers hot dogs, games

GREENFIELD — Faith United Methodist Church will have a soup and hot dog dinner and game night from 3 to 6 p.m. Jan. 18 at the church, 328 N. Swope St.

Workshops coming to Bethel

GREENFIELD — Love INC and Hancock County Extension Homemakers are teaming up to offer a series of workshops on building life skills each Monday in January.

Remaining classes include personal budgeting on Jan. 20 and building a resumé and interviewing for a job on Jan. 27.

Classes take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church in Greenfield. All classes are free and open to the public.

To register, call Love INC at 317-468-6300 or email [email protected].

Sessions focus on money management

GREENFIELD — Looking to get your budget on track in the new year? Love INC will present a series of workshops focused on money management and “creative financing.”

Four classes will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Church 52, located at 8220 Brookville Road in Indianapolis. The dates for the workshops are Jan. 30, Feb. 6, Feb. 20 and March 5. All sessions are free. Topics covered will include income and expenses, budgeting, savings and freedom from debt.

To register, call Love INC at 317-468-6300.

Ministry continues to spread warmth

GREENFIELD — During its weekly winter visits to those in need, including people living who are homeless and living outdoors, God’s Open Arms offers warm clothes, candles and other items.

It can use coats, sweatshirts, gloves, blankets, handwarmers, men’s underwear, men’s socks, thermal underwear, handwarmers and candles.

Donated items are accepted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at Family Auto Repair, 201 E. North St., Greenfield.

Information: “God’s Open Arms Ministry” on Facebook

Ministry collecting household goods

HANCOCK COUNTY — Families are not able to get cleaning supplies and paper products with food stamps. Love INC’s H2O ministries provide these items for families that are referred and scheduled through the Love INC Clearinghouse. A group of volunteers at Realife Church, at St. James Lutheran in Greenfield and at Fortville Church of the Nazarene meet with the families to assist with their needs.

The ministry could use more of the following items: paper towels, tissues, laundry soap, dryer sheets, all-purpose cleaner, baby wipes, mouthwash and diapers (except size 3, which is in full supply).

You can drop items off on weekday mornings at the Love INC office, 630 N. State St. Or take them to Realife, 971 W. U.S. 40, Monday through Thursday.