Missions | Northview Church


Working together to eliminate injustice

Campus Missions Urban Missions Global Missions Good Neighbor


Working together to eliminate injustice

Campus Missions Urban Missions Global Missions Good Neighbor

In Matthew 28, Jesus tells us to, “Go and make disciples of all nations.” We use this scripture to inspire us to action. We serve locally in the areas around each of our campuses and in neighborhoods near downtown Indianapolis. We also partner with organizations in New York City, Haiti and Uganda. We’d love to serve alongside you!

Campus Missions

Pair up with organizations and schools around your campus to aid in any number of tangible ways – you might paint, make a meal or do administrative tasks.

Interest Form

Urban Missions

Serve those in Central Indianapolis – you might distribute food and clothing to the homeless, be a classroom tutor at an IPS partner school, provide mentoring to the youth of the Brookside neighborhood or mentor individuals reentering from previous incarceration.

Brookside Community Church

Brookside Community Church, located on the east side of Indianapolis, is a culturally diverse, multi-ethnic community of believers. They are committed to bringing a holistic approach to the healing process in the neighborhood. Be part of the change happening on Indianapolis' Near Eastside.

Brookside Community Development Corporation

Brookside Community Development Corporation (CDC) is the nonprofit ministry arm of Brookside Community Church.  The organization is committed to seeing transformation on the near east side of Indianapolis through dignifying programming in the areas of reentry, youth development and housing.

Circle City Relief

Circle City Relief is an outreach to the homeless and those in need on the west side of Indianapolis that exists to reveal God's love. Serve a hot meal and a smile, hug a neck and engage in meaningful conversation to bring dignity to those who society has forgotten. 

IPS School 54

Northview Church has a deep partnership with this K-6 Indianapolis Public School on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis. Just blocks away from Brookside Community Church, the school serves more than 600 children in one of the highest-need ZIP codes in the nation.

Interest Form

Global Missions

We partner with three ministries within our Global Outreach department. We send GO Teams to New York City, Haiti, and Uganda.


Haiti was once estimated to be one of the richest colonies in the Western Hemisphere. It is now listed as one of the world's poorest countries. We assist in ministering to displaced people around the Port-au-Prince area because of the 2010 earthquake. Here, we partner with Nehemiah Vision Ministries (NVM). NVM is committed to helping people improve their lives and their current living conditions. This is done one person, one relationship at a time. To learn more about this ministry, please visit NVM's website.

More information on Go Haiti and Upcoming Trips

New York City

In New York and New Jersey combined, there are approximately 80,500 homeless people. For 30 years, the Relief Bus has operated as a mobile resource center serving the homeless and destitute in the New York City metro area. The Relief Bus consists of two converted school buses, which are customized to serve soup and fresh bread. The Relief Bus also offers counseling and office referrals, which connect those in need with vital resources such as shelter, food, job training, detox and drug or alcohol rehabilitation. For more information on this ministry partner, please visit Relief Bus' website.

More information on GO NYC Relief and Upcoming Trips


Uganda is one of the poorest countries in the world and has suffered greatly due to political instability and economic decline over the years. The instability of neighboring countries and the influx of refugees fleeing those countries, imposes additional threats of economic vulnerability. The majority of the population lives in rural areas and remote parts of the country that do not have access to basic services found in fast growing urban communities. We will partner with Bright Hope to engage with the local church in fighting extreme poverty through community transformation initiatives being lead and mobilized by local pastors.  


Good Neighbor

Our Good Neighbor Events throughout the year are a great way to try out serving. By giving just four hours on a Saturday morning or during Good Neighbor Weekend, you have the opportunity to make a big difference.

We host quarterly Saturday-morning events called Good Neighbor Saturdays, and during our annual Good Neighbor Weekend, we cancel Weekend Services to go out and serve the community. Projects are planned and completed throughout the Marion, Hamilton and Tippecanoe counties.

Learn more or register for upcoming events

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