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Walk for Water
9:00 AM09:00

Walk for Water

Jubilee Village Walk for Water Event


The Walk For Water is a 3-mile walk in Indianapolis in which participants carry a 5-gallon water bucket to experience the daily trek that women and children around the world make each day to collect water for their families. *(carrying the water bucket full of water is optional)*

 The purpose of the Walk For Water is twofold:

  • to raise awareness to the plight of the global poor who lack access to safe water

  • to raise money to install a community safe water system in the village of Amolo Lanya in western Kenya.

100% of monies raised will be used to bring safe water to villages in western Kenya.

To register, click here:

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Morning Prayer Walk
10:00 AM10:00

Morning Prayer Walk

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Morning Prayer Walk

Family Prayer Walk Opportunity:

When: June 19th 10 am-11:15...

Where: Meet at the splash pad at Dillion park which is located just behind Kroger on 146 and Hazel Dell Road.  (Edenshall Lane-Noblesville)

What: Come with strollers, kids, dogs and lets prayer walk around the neighborhoods and park.  Then afterwards stay and play/eat together there at the splash pad

Don’t know what Prayer walking is, watch this:

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Serve Saturday
9:30 AM09:30

Serve Saturday

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Join us as we head out to serve and love our community on May 4th! 

Please see individual opportunities for specific serving times.

PRAYER WALKING - CARMEL (Unlimited participants - all ages)

Led by Jason & Rachel Stephens, we will spend the morning walking through and praying for the neighborhoods surrounding the church. Meet in the parking lot of the church (14550 River Rd., Carmel, IN 46033) at 9:30am.


Led by Rick and Sandy Ziraldo. join us as we assemble packages for local senior citizens through Shepherd Community Services. Once assembled, we will split into smaller groups to deliver the care packages and spend time talking with and praying for seniors in the Carmel/Westfield area. Meet in the lobby of the church (14550 River Rd., Carmel, IN 46033) at 9:30am. 

SORT ITEMS FOR GOOD SAMARITAN NETWORK (100 + participants - all ages)

Led by Jen and Tony LeCount, join us in assisting one of our local ministry partners, Good Samaritan Network, to sort clothing, food, pet food and other items for assisting the needy in Hamilton County. Meet at Good Samaritan Network (12993 Parkside Drive, Fishers - Southeast corner of the building) at 9:30am.


Led by Jason and Kim Kandel, join us as we go down to Outreach Inc (youth homeless service center) in Indianapolis to give their commercial kitchen a much needed deep cleaning as well as cleaning the other areas of their service facility. Meet at the church parking lot at 9:30 am to carpool to Outreach together. (14550 River Rd., Carmel, IN 46033) 9:30 am

LOCAL PARK MULCHING AND CLEANUP (25 Participants - all ages)

Led by Mark and Kyle Sadowski, join us as we clean up and mulch River Road Park located on River Road and 126th St. in Carmel. Plan to bring some work gloves and join us as we serve our community by taking care of this community resource. We will plan to meet directly at the park at 9:30 am. (River Rd and 126th St, Carmel, IN)

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Kingdom Life Conference
to Oct 28

Kingdom Life Conference


OCTOBER 27-28, 2018

God’s Kingdom isn’t just a thing we experience on Sunday mornings and then vanishes during the week. On the contrary, His kingdom is changing every part of the world around us; everywhere we go. As followers of King Jesus, we bring His kingdom to work. We bring it to school. We bring it into our homes.

At the Kingdom Life Conference, we’re seeking to understand what God’s Kingdom really is and how that reality should affect every facet of our lives. Join us as we welcome Skye Jethani along with other speakers who will point us to what God's Word says about His Kingdom. 



Skye Jethani is an author, speaker, consultant and ordained pastor. He also serves as the co-host of the popular Holy Post Podcast (formerly the Phil Vischer Podcast), a weekly show that blends astute cultural and theological insights with comical conversation. Between 2004 and 2015, Skye occupied numerous roles at Christianity Today, a leading communications ministry launched by Billy Graham. He served as both the managing and senior editor of Leadership Journal and as the Director of Mission Advancement for CT. He was also the senior producer of This Is Our City, a multi-year, multi-city project telling the stories of Christians working for the common good of their communities.

Skye has been a sought after consultant for groups facing challenges at the intersection of faith and culture like The Lausanne Movement, The White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, and theInterfaith Youth Core. Apart from Christianity Today's magazines and websites, Skye has also written for The Washington Post's "On Faith" column, Relevant,, and he is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. Skye is frequently featured on radio programs around the country including Moody Radio's Midday Connection, WORDfm in Pittsburgh, Chicago Public Radio's Vocolo, and 180 with Karl Clauson on 1160am in Chicago.

Prior to his roles with Christianity Today, Skye served for six years in full-time pastoral ministry at Blanchard Alliance Church in Wheaton, Illinois, as a teaching pastor. He is a "Featured Preacher" on, and Skye speaks regularly at churches, conferences, colleges, and retreats both in the U.S. and internationally. He has been invited to speak at events including Q, Catalyst, Newsong Church, Mars Hill Bible Church, Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, and the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel. In recent years he has preached at both megachurches and led small workshops on topics including faith and consumerism, leadership, interfaith cooperation, spiritual formation, global mission, church trends, Christianity and politics, biblical justice, faith and vocation, and Common Good Christianity.

Skye has authored multiple books: The Divine Commodity: Discovering a Faith Beyond Consumer Christianity (2009), WITH: Reimagining the Way You Relate to God (2011),   Futureville (2014), and the award winning Immeasurable (2017). His latest writing project is the WITH GOD DAILY DEVOTIONAL, a subscription-based daily email designed to help a smartphone generation begin the day with God.


Brian White.
Since 2007, Brian White has served as Lead Pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel, North Indy – a thriving, Gospel-centered church in central Indiana.  He is a graduate of Cedarville University (B.A., ‘97), The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and is currently completing his doctoral work at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. Besides his ministry at Harvest, Brian serves as the Executive Director of the Great Commission Collective, A global fellowship of church-planting churches.

He and his wife, Laura (Cedarville, ‘98) reside in Noblesville, Indiana where they enjoy life and ministry with their 5 children.


Kingdom in Finances: Led by Phil Kostaroff, this breakout session is designed to encourage you to more fully understand the importance of stewardship of resources that the Lord has provided. Focused on a Biblical understanding, you will learn how to be a better steward, learn to think Biblically about money, and hear ideas on how to use your resources for Kingdom impact.

Kingdom in Business: Led by Earl Seals, this breakout session is designed to help you understand some important principles that ought to govern us as we engage in the business world. Learn how to think biblically about loving-management, using profits effectively, hiring & firing, and how to integrate your faith in the workplace. Join us in a discussion about what it means to be an Kingdom employee even in difficult working environments.

Kingdom in the Arts: Led by Kyle Fredricks, this breakout session is designed to help you understand the God-given importance of beauty in the world through the arts in a variety of media. Learn how to impact the world around you by creating and cultivating beauty. Discuss the opportunities this affords to get involved in communities of people outside the church and use your talents to connect people to the Author of all beauty.

Kingdom Conversations: Led by Jason Kandel, this breakout session is designed to help you learn how to capture those everyday moments that happen in your life at school, work, at the ballpark, and at home and transform them into opportunities to point people to King Jesus. Learn and discuss how to turn normal conversations into Kingdom Conversations.


Saturday, October 27th
9:30-10:00 am - Check-In
10:00-10:30 am - Worship (HBCNI Worship Band)
10:30-11:30 am - General Session1 (Brian White) - “The Kingdom Blessing of Work”
11:30-11:45 am - Coffee Break
11:45-1:15 pm - Breakout Sessions:
        - Kingdom in Finances
        - Kingdom in Business
        - Kingdom Conversations
        - Kingdom in the Arts
1:20-1:50 pm - Lunch Break
2:00-3:15 pm - Kingdom in Education Panel Discussion/Kingdom in the Home Campfire Chat
3:30-5:00 pm - Breakout Sessions:
        - Kingdom in Finances
        - Kingdom in Business
        - Kingdom Conversations
        - Kingdom in the Arts
5:00-5:15 pm - Coffee Break
5:15-5:45 pm - Worship (HBCNI Worship Band)
5:45-6:30 pm - General Session 2 (Skye Jethani) - “Cultivating God’s Kingdom - Beauty, Order, and Abundance”
6:30-6:45 pm - Recap, Prayer, and Dismissal

Sunday October 28th

9:00 - 9:30 - (1st Worship Service) HBCNI Worship Band
9:30-10:20 am - (1st Worship Service) General Session 3 (Skye Jethani)- “Your Kingdom Come on Earth as it is in Heaven”
11:00-11:30 am - (2nd Worship Service) HBCNI Worship Band
11:30-12:20 pm - (2nd Worship Service) General Session 3 (Skye Jethani)- “Your Kingdom Come on Earth as it is in Heaven”


Registration is $25 per person and includes conference materials, coffee, refreshments, and lunch.

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Serve Saturday
9:30 AM09:30

Serve Saturday

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We had a blast serving shoulder to shoulder with our church family in September, so we want to do it again at various points throughout the year! We're partnering with Good Samaritan Network to meet needs in Hamilton County beginning February 3rd.



Oftentimes in food-insecure communities, senior citizens will take care of their pets before taking care of themselves. We need a crew of 40-50 volunteers (9:00am-12:00pm) to sort literally tons of pet food for distribution to the elderly this year. This is also a great option for kids who want to participate. Location: Heated Llama Barn of the Hamilton County Fair Grounds in Noblesville. Address: 2003 Pleasant St Noblesville, IN  46060. (Llama Barn is near the Show Arena.)




Help our community be prepared to help others who have faced disasters like fires or floods. We need a team of 40-50 volunteers to help sort, assemble, and prepare emergency hygiene kits for that very purpose. This project is also appropriate for children to help. In addition, help supply the items for the hygiene kits by bringing and donating, toiletry items like: deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, had sanitizer, razors, shaving cream, and other soaps. This shift will run from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm at the heated Llama Barn of the Hamilton County Fair Grounds in Noblesville. Address: 2003 Pleasant St. Noblesville, IN  46060. (Llama Barn is near the Show Arena.)



In cooperation with Shepherd's Center of Hamilton County, we are seeking 4 teams of 3-4 people to help clean some senior citizen's homes in our community. There are 4 small apartments that we are being asked to clean, and we are looking for 4 teams to clean them from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. Locations are in Fishers, Cicero, and Sheridan. (Specific addresses will be given after sign-up.)

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Perspectives Course
6:30 PM18:30

Perspectives Course

Experience 15 powerful lessons that have equipped thousands of everyday believers with greater vision, hope, and passion. In Perspectives, scripture, history, culture, and strategy converge to reveal the unfolding of God's redemptive purposes. He is on a mission to bless the peoples of the earth, and you're invited to join him.

Classes will take place on Thursday nights, August 10th - November 16th from 6:30-9:15 at Harvest.

Early Bird: $200 until June 18th
Regular Pricing: $240 until August 10th
*Family discounts available

Questions? Contact Jason at 

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Juvenile Center Ministry Informational Meeting
7:00 PM19:00

Juvenile Center Ministry Informational Meeting

We are assembling a team of people to work with teenagers at the Hamilton Country Correctional Facility's Juvenile detention center. This team will be involved with several kinds of ministry opportunities including prayer for and with the inmates, opportunities to share the gospel, mentoring, practical and relationship skills training, as well as other developmental ministry opportunities.

Join us on Monday, May 8th at 7pm in Room 159 for an informational meeting!

Can't make the meeting but still have questions or want to be involved? Email Jason at

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