Interfaith Hospitality Network
Our church serves as part of the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN). for one week, four times a year, Allisonville Christian Church hosts up to five families that are temporarily homeless. ACC provides food, shelter, transportation, prayer and care for these families. Through faith-based partnerships, IHN provides emergency food and shelter, individual skill development/rehabilitation and serves as an advocate for ending homelessness. IHN’s goal is economic independence for those they serve.
Learn more about the Interfaith Hospitality Network at www.indyihn.org.
Members of Allisonville Christian Church have a long tradition of donating blood to the Indiana Blood Center. The “Bloodmobile” stops at Allisonville on a regular basis for love and donations of dozens of our brothers and sisters who donate a little time and little blood while here are church. Over the years, members have donated many gallons of blood and helped save dozens of lives.
On the first Sunday of every month, Allisonville Christian Church collects donations of food for the Centenary Christian Church Food Pantry. ACC’s donations help feed hundreds of homeless and needy men, women, and children throughout the year.
The Centenary Christian Church Food Pantry provides emergency food assistance to all who need. They have an open service area and operate monthly on the last Saturday from 11a.m. – noon. They are located at1035 N. Oxford StreetinIndianapolis.
We also keep a small amount of food here at ACC to meet the needs of those who stop by the church seeking assistance.