Partners in Ministry


Lutheran Child and Family Services (LCFS - serves human needs with the support of the church and community by providing programs of compassionate care and counsel. Two of their well-known outreach programs are:

●  Lutherwood Residential Treatment Facility specializing in the care and treatment of children who exhibit chronic behavioral and/or emotional problems.
●  The Sharing Place Food Pantry - a material assistance program which serves nine zip codes in the Greater Indianapolis area.

Camp Lakeview  (
Since 1965 Camp Lakeview’s mission has been to provide a Christian experience of growth, inspiration, and recreation, for people of all ages through a year-round outdoor ministry.

Located on the Southside of Indianapolis, Concordia Cemetery ( has been a tradition and revered cemetery to memorialize loved ones. Offering burial plots and columbarium niches. Concordia is organized as a part of an association of areas churches, but serves the wider community.

Lutheran Church Charities – Comfort Dogs  (
Comfort Dogs Ministry is a K9 ministry thought out the United States. Offering a wide variety of compassion through various outlets. Including fallen police officers and fire fighters visitation and funerals, COPS Kids Camp, local schools and communities who experienced natural disasters or tragedies.

Food 4 Souls (

Food 4 Souls exist to go out and serve our homeless community with unconditional love and acceptance by providing hope in Christ, meeting daily needs and aligning resources to those who are ready to move into a life beyond homelessness.

The mission of life Centers ( is to affirm the value of life by providing a network of care to those experiencing pregnancy-related decisions and by compassionately presenting biblical truth resulting in changed lives to the glory of God.

Calvary 2017 Holiday Bazaar supported Ministries:

1)     Joy’s House (

Joy’s House Adult day Service provides care for adults living with physical and mental challenges while providing respite for caregivers. We treat everyone with dignity and compassion through our exceptional care.

 2)    Prison Fellowship  (

Prison Fellowship trains and inspires churches and communities—inside and outside of prison—to support the restoration of those affected by incarceration. Equipping correctional leaders, volunteers, incarcerated men and women to make prisons more rehabilitative places, while advocating for a more restorative criminal justice system; collaborating with churches and local service providers to support former prisoners, their families, and their communities.