• EAGLES KEEP CHURCHES IN MISSION SOARING- (11/3/2018) The Fraternal Order of Eagles presented a check to Churches in Mission Thursday night at the Eagles Lodge, 451 Samuel Moore Parkway.
  • CHURCHES IN MISSION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (PART TIME) POSITIONWe are in search of a management leader who is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. We are looking for experience in fundraising, marketing, community outreach, and working with volunteers.
  • CHURCHES IN MISSION BRINGS CHRISTMAS TO FAMILIES
    (1/2/2018) Hundreds of families throughout Morgan County were able to have Christmas this year thanks to the work of Churches in Mission.
  • POWER PLANT CONTRACTORS DONATE TO CHURCHES IN MISSION
    (12/30/2017) The end of the year is known as a time for giving, and that spirit of giving is being exemplified by a group of roughly 100 contractors from Brock Industrial Services who've been helping bring the new natural gas-fueled power plant on line near Blue Bluff Road south of Centerton.
  • TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION DONATES TO CIM
    (12/18/2017) Gregg Terhune, president of the Community Taxpayers Association, presents a $100 donation to Carey Roemer, treasurer of the Churches in Mission organization. Submitted photo.
  • WCBK DELIVERS TOYS TO CIM
    (12/12/2017) Several volunteers helped in the effort to make this year’s Christmas a little brighter for children in Morgan County on Friday as WCBK delivered toys collected during its 13th annual Truckload of Christmas Toy Drive to Churches in Mission (CIM).
  • CHURCHES IN MISSION SEEKING DONATIONS
    (11/4/2017) Many families have holiday traditions started generations ago like sitting around tables and reminiscing about times long since passed. As this year’s holiday season fast approaches, many local organizations are looking for donations to help those less fortunate create and maintain memories and traditions of their own.
  • SCI REMC EMPLOYEES VOLUNTEER FOR LOCAL CAUSES
    (10/26/2017) Employees at SCI REMC spent the day on Oct. 13 volunteering for service projects at the Martinsville location of Churches in Mission and the Barbara B. Jordan YMCA as part of the fourth annual Indiana’s Electric Cooperative Community Day.
  • THE MISSION CONTINUES: CHURCHES IN MISSION HOLDS RIBBON CUTTING AND OPEN HOUSE
    (10/20/2017) Churches in Mission recently purchased the former Martinsville Moose Lodge at 60 W. Pike St. On Thursday, representatives from Churches in Mission, the Martinsville Chamber of Commerce and the city of Martinsville were present as the organization held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house for the new location.
  • CELEBRATING THREE DECADES OF SERVICE: CHURCHES IN MISSION HOLDS 30TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT
    (9/20/2017) When three Mooresville ministers brought their churches together in 1987 to share their love of Jesus and desire to make life better for their community, they probably had no idea just how far-reaching their vision would become. Thirty years later, Churches in Mission (CIM) provides assistance throughout all of Morgan County with offices in both Mooresville and Martinsville, and offers family-enrichment opportunities through Hope House in Mooresville.
  • CHURCHES IN MISSION CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF HOPE, COMMUNITY
    (8/24/2017) In 1987, three Mooresville ministers began meeting with some of their church members to see how they might provide more effectively for those in need by working together. In October of that year, they opened Churches in Mission at 27 S. Indiana St., Mooresville. Since that time, the “Mission” has grown from helping 200 families to serving over 1,500 a year from the Mooresville location.
  • MARTINSVILLE CHURCHES IN MISSION TO MOVE
    (8/17/2017) The Churches in Mission office in Martinsville is moving to the former location of the Martinsville Moose Lodge, 60 W. Pike St.
  • CHURCHES IN MISSION'S MARTINSVILLE OFFICE OPENS FRIDAY
    (10/1/2015) Churches in Mission’s new office, located at 210 W. Morgan St., Martinsville, will open Friday to provide financial assistance for families in need. The new office will be open 9 a.m. to noon Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as well as 6 to 8 p.m. Thursdays. The mission’s new office will have separate funding streams from the Mooresville location, but executive director Alice Cordes said the purpose and structure will be the same.
  • CHURCHES IN MISSION TO OFFER FAMILY SERVICES AT HOPE HOUSE
    (4/12/2015) As executive director of Churches in Mission, Mooresville, Alice Cordes has spent many years helping less fortunate families with supplies, material goods and food they need. With the mission’s purchase of Hope House at 148 E. Main St., Cordes, her staff and a host of volunteer professionals plan services to help the families with their personal lives.

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For more than 30 years, Churches in Mission has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our Morgan County community. You can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of food, clothing, money and time.

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Churches in Mission is located in Morgan County, Indiana with facilities in Mooresville and Martinsville.

To provide for those in need in the Morgan County community with the necessities for daily living. To do together more effectively those things we can't do separately, and to share our common love of Jesus Christ.

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