Churches in Mission
Churches in Mission in Mooresville has been located at 27 S. Indiana Street since it opened in 1987. It is a storefront with a large warehouse attached to the back. Until March of 2003, the Mission only had use of the front part of the building. Sonny Perry agreed to rent the warehouse space to the Mission for $600 a month. Perry had purchased the building some years before from the First United Methodist Church, renovated it, installed heating and air conditioning and new carpet.
In August 2006, an anonymous local philanthropist donated funds for Churches in Mission to purchase the building at 27 S. Indiana Street. Owning the building allowed the Mission to move forward with some needed changes.
In 2017, Churches in Mission served 1,099 households with a total of 3,927 people; 1,523 of which were under 18 years old. The Mission provided service 10,353 times. Clients may receive food, emergency financial assistance, clothing, small household items, Christmas assistance or receive referral to appropriate agencies when needed. Clients are greeted by volunteers who assist and guide them through the process. Financial assistance is done by appointment only.
Clients may receive assistance once every 30 days, but financial assistance only once every 12 months.
Churches in Mission relies on volunteers and donations to meet local needs.
Churches in Mission in Mooresville was founded in 1987 in downtown Mooresville. Nearly 1,100 households in Mooresville were served in 2017, with an additional 935 households receiving food. Your donations help us to provide services to families right in your community.
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27 S Indiana Street
Mooresville, IN 46158
Monday, Wednesday, Friday (9 a.m. - noon)
Thursday evening (6 - 8 p.m.)
We are always in need of teen and children's clothing and toys. Food items needed are non-perishable meats, fruits, vegetables, spaghetti noodles and sauce, peanut butter and jelly, soups and stews. Diapers, laundry detergent and personal care items are also needed.
Volunteers are always needed! You can help in our food pantry, sort and organize donations, clean the facilities, and assist in other ways. Want to volunteer? Contact us to find out how you can help make a difference!
Let’s put an end to poverty and hunger in Morgan County!