Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying,
“Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”
And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”
Isaiah 6:8 
From collecting food for our local friends in need or helping to broaden awareness of hunger around the globe, Indian Run is committed to sharing God’s love with others through missions. Learn more about the key missions Indian Run supports and discover where you are called to serve.

One Dublin, formerly Welcome Warehouse, 
serves people in the Dublin City School District who are struggling to meet basic needs because of job loss, underemployment, health crises, or other challenges.  The One Dublin Free Store is located at Indian Run.  Indian Run also provides volunteers and collects needed items throughout the year.  
Contact:  Julie Allen 
IRUMC participates in Habitat-for-Humanity projects through a faith affiliate, Hilliard Adopt-A-House. Six churches of greater Columbus area make up this nonprofit,
public charity whose mission is to bring affordable housing to economically disadvantaged families most commonly in partnership with Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio and with Habitat for Humanity of Delaware & Union Counties. The churches participate in this critical ministry with their financial support and their faithful volunteers. Hilliard Adopt-A-House is thrilled to have contributed to 26 projects with Habitat for Humanity: thirteen new home builds, twelve home rehabilitations and one critical home repair project. The group typically works on Wednesdays and Saturdays and is open to anyone 16 years or older. See Hilliard Habitat for more information and current project photos. Contact:  Larry Hutchison
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The sole mission of the New Life Community Outreach is to provide food, clothing and free medical care for our neighbors in need in the Short North and around Columbus.  Indian Run collects items for New Life throughout the year and has a commitment to provide volunteers to the breakfast ministry and clothing room on the 3rd Sunday of each month.
Contact:  Dena Patton
Indian Run also supports various mission ministries and disaster relief projects around the world though the United Methodist
Church throughout the year. Contact:  Church Office

The IRUMC Refugee Support Team grows love in our community by getting to know, love and support our new American neighbors. We embrace everyone the Holy Spirit sends to us, regardless of background, beliefs, age or culture.  As children of God, we recognize that we should love ALL of our neighbors as ourselves and support others unconditionally, the way Jesus taught us. Join us as we partner with families to help them get settled so that they can successfully grow and thrive in America. 
The Dublin Food Pantry is dedicated to providing for the needs of hungry people by collecting and distributing food and grocery products, educating the community about hunger, and collaborating with others who address basic human needs. The Pantry provides food for more than 9000 individuals each year in the Dublin Community. Indian Run provides volunteers during the month of February and to hold a food drive twice a year during February and November.
Contact:  Church Office
Since 1981, the Good Works vision has been to create and sustain a COMMUNITY OF HOPE with and for those who are struggling with poverty and homelessness in rural Appalachia by making connections with people, programs, services and opportunities in our community.
Contact: Jim Weaver
Meals-on-Wheels, a division of LifeCare Alliance, which provides hot nutritious meals to older adults and chronically ill persons who are unable to provide meals for themselves. Caring volunteers and staff deliver meals to their home 365 days a year.  Indian Run volunteers deliver lunches on Saturdays.
 Contact:  Larry George
UM Volunteers In Mission exists to promote, encourage and enable  
Christians to exemplify “Christian Love in Action” through short-term mission service at home and abroad. The task of each team is to use their abilities (such as medical care, teaching, constructions or repair a building) to lift up Jesus Christ and serve where we are called. IRUMC sends a team of volunteers annually to help countries in need. Past journeys have been to serve in Haiti, in 2020 we partnered with Mission Guatemala to serve the people of the Lake Atitlan region of Panajachel, Guatemala with plans to return annually and build a long term relationship with this ministry.