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Are you in Need of Prayer?


Join us in the chapel for a sweet time of prayer.

  • 1st Tuesday of each month: 10:00 a.m.
  • 3rd Thursday of each month: 1:30 p.m.

Life is fragile, handle with prayer. 

Help Wanted

To fulfill our vision of what Bradley United Methodist Church needs to be, we have a few openings for paid staff positions. If you are interested, you can find more information on our Help Wanted page.

Current openings include:

  • Praise Team Leader

Opportunities to Serve in Love and Share in Hope

Love Thy Neighbor Banquet February 7th, 2019 – Register now for Love, INC’s 5th annual Love Thy Neighbor Banquet! Seating is limited. When: Thursday, February 7th, 2019 Doors Open at 5:30 pm, event begins at 6:00 and ends at 8:30 pm Where: Trinity Park United Methodist. Join us for a FREE evening of Celebration! Dinner will be provided by Ty Hunt of Hancock Hospital Any ques-tions or for more information please contact 317-468-6300. 

Saturday, February 9, 2019 – Breakfast at Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen – We will be serving breakfast at the Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen.  Here’s an excellent opportunity to serve our community in love. There will be 2 shifts; 1) 6:30 am – 8:30 am to prepare and serve breakfast and 2) 8:30 am – 10:30 – serve and clean up.  Call the church office or e-mail Kathy Book to be a part of the team.  This can be a missional way to get to know the needs of folks in our community.  Plan to join us for breakfast that morning.  Invite your friends and neighbors.  Breakfast is served from 8 am – 10 am.  Join us for a terrific way to start your day for those in need!

February 23, 2019 – The Greenfield Elks Lodge is hosting an Arctic Dumpster Dive on 2/23/19 from 11am-2pm at 820 South State Street to benefit the Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen.  The cost is $20 per jumper and a free hot lunch will be provided.  Sign up at kbmsk.org or call the kitchen at 317-462-9900.

40 Cans For Lent – Lent begins Wednesday, March 3. Once again we will be collecting 40 cans of food and other necessities for the Hancock Food Panty beginning Sunday, March 6. As you do your grocery shopping during this Lenten season, pick up an extra can of food for those less fortunate than you. There will be collection centers set up outside the doors of the sanctuary.

Church Wish List – 

  • We seek donations to replace the office manager’s computer ($1,735).The computer was long overdo for an upgrade. Please list in check memo computer. Your support is always appreciated.
  • The Church office is in need of an office desk to better assist our staff needs. If you have one you want to get rid of or you know someone who wants get rid of one please contact Ashley in the church office. 

Food PantryEvery Sunday is Food Pantry Sunday!  Bring non-perishables and paper products any time.  Boxes are located outside the parlor and outside the office. The food pantry needs canned pineapple, children’s cereal, birthday bags (cake mix, frosting, birthday candles, party favors in a birthday bag) and medium and small boxes for packing the items.  Contact Bob True for info.

Kenneth Butler Soup Kitchen – Attention Amazon Shoppers! Please be sure to go to smile.amazon.com and choose Kenneth Butler Soup Kitchen to be your charity. Amazon will .5% of your eligible purchases to us! Easy, peasy, painless!

The Landing – Be Jesus’ hands and feet in the world— please sign up to prepare or serve dinner at The Landing on the second Wednesday of the month. It’s your chance to serve those less fortunate and in so doing, serve our Lord. Shifts are from 3-5:30 pm and 5:30-7 pm. Help others to “recover from hurts, habits and hang ups. The signup sheets are at the back of the sanctuary. For more information, please contact Kathy Locke, Bob True or Sue True.

LOVE INC Clearinghouse Help – Love In The Name of Christ is seeking volunteers for the Clearinghouse.  With Christmas fast approaching, we expect it to be very busy with God doing a lot of wonderful things.  Hours for the Clearinghouse are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.  In the very near future, the plan is to change the Clearinghouse hours from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm ONE DAY PER WEEK. If you are able to help and you feel the Lord is calling you to serve Him through Love INC, please contact Michelle at (317) 468-6300 or michelle@loveinc-ghc.org. There are multiple ways to serve here at Love INC, which include providing transportation, building ramps, helping our Furniture Ministry pick up and deliver furniture, as well as other opportunities.  There is nothing more amazing than seeing God at work, changing lives every day!

Items Needed at Hope House  – The Hope House homeless shelter is in need of the following items:

  • industrial mop heads
  • paper towels
  • 39 Gal. Trash bags
  • Tall Kitchen trash bags

These items can be taken directly to the Hope House located at 35 E. Pierson Street, Greenfield, IN 46140.

Meals on Wheels Opportunity – Bradley UMC delivers Meals on Wheels in Greenfield on Thursdays and is looking for a few more volunteers. Meals are picked up at Hancock Health and volunteers donate approximately an hour and a half once a month delivering meals and spending a few minutes visiting with clients. If you can support this opportunity please see Kathy McCorkle, or sign up in the library.

Opportunities to Connect in Faith and Grow in Grace

Jim Dandy Regular – Thursdays @ Noon – Jim Dandy restaurant will have a place set up for those who want to gather for lunch. This is a group of seniors who meet weekly for fellowship and food.

Sunday January 20 – February 17 – Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White 

Join us Sunday mornings at 9:45 in room 204 from January 20 to February 17 for this 5-week DVD-based study from Adam Hamilton. The study invites us to discover a Christian Faith capable of bringing people together in polarizing times. The study will examine the intersection of faith and politics and explore the ethics of Jesus. If you are interested in a study book or have other questions, please contact John Vahle or Ann Vail.