We want to be a community whose purpose is to serve one another and the larger community to make a real difference in our world.

We can't just go to church; we must be the church. We want to encourage and invite you to receive and share the Gospel.

Keep the orange bags and buckets full!

So many of our neighbors are facing economic hardships during this time. We would like to give food out in unprecedented numbers to help more families stay in their homes by paying rent or utilities while they are unable to work due to closure or illness.

In fact, we want to double our weekly goals to 1000 lbs. of food and $8000 in the orange buckets. But we can't do it without you.

How you can donate:

Although campuses are closed, our warehouse will be open!

  • Memorial Day donations
    Donate these items by May 15
    • Hotdogs/hamburgers and buns
    • Condiments
    • Chips and dip
    • Potato or macaroni salad
    • Dessert
  • Drop-off food or cash donations at the Franklin Road campus:
    Monday-Thursday, 9-11am, 1-3pm, & 6-7pm
  • Need to stay in quarantine? You can donate to the Generous Ministry online or use a delivery service like Shipt or Amazon to send stuff directly to us:
    The Creek
    6430 S. Franklin Rd
    Indianapolis, IN 46259
  • Want to serve in the warehouse with us? Sign up for one of the time slots on thecreek.serveday.com
  • Best food items to donate: (See our Amazon shopping list)
    • peanut butter and jelly
    • canned chicken or tuna
    • cereal
    • toilet paper, laundry soap, body wash
    • cleaning products
    • fruit juice
    • canned soups
    • boxed meals
    • macaroni and cheese
    • granola bars, fruit bars, cereal bars
    • raisins, trail mix, fruit snacks
    • canned fruits or applesauce
    • spaghetti sauce, pasta
    • milk, butter, eggs (expiration date two weeks out)
    • baby items, diapers, wipes, food.
  • Other Resources
  • Other Volunteer Opportunities
  • Serve Day at Home
    • While our formalized Serve Day won’t happen this Sunday, the heart and the opportunity are still very much alive, maybe even more so. We hope you’ll have a chance to do your own Serve Day at home, with your family, in your neighborhoods. Here’s a little list of ideas that might help.