Besides the Sunday service and Thursday Bible study, the Bethel Community Outreach wants to add tutoring through the course of the week.
They are looking for donations to buy computers, and things are moving slowly, but things are happening.
Huber has worked with the homeless downtown, and one day would also like for a crew of people from this ministry go downtown with him and help the homeless.
Many families and the homeless downtown received food in the community with the help of the kids of the outreach. They took three trays of turkey and four pies to a homeless camp at Madison and McCarty. The final meal count based on the number of plates and containers used was close to 600.
“We’re trying to teach the kids respect,” said Huber. “I know a lot of these kids don’t have a lot, but we’re motivating them.”
“We are all the same people no matter where we live or where we are from,” Heinbaugh said. “It’s good to teach the kids that.”
For more information about the Bethel Community Outreach, which is located at 3102 Baltimore Ave., Indianapolis, call 607-4289, e-mail to Justin@bcoutreach.org, or visit the website www.bcoutreach.org.