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Serving the families and children in the Near Eastside neighborhood of Indianapolis.
• Providing needed services to all members of the family.
• Developing partnerships.
• Teaching families and children to become more self-sustaining.


Higher Ground is hosting a Christmas benefit concert for Westminster Neighborhood Services starting 6:45 p.m. Dec. 19 at Harvest Bible Chapel Indy West, 420 Gable Crossing Drive in Avon!

 

Spend the holidays with the Grimes family as they share some of their favorite family traditions with you.  The Higher Ground holiday concert, affectionately titled "Come Home for Christmas," is filled with wonderful arrangements of the some of the best Christmas classics of all time, including "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" and "O Holy Night," as well as several recently released songs that help families focus on Christ. 

 

Higher Ground’s set starts at 7:30 p.m., but you can join us beforehand for some Christmas fun! There will be a photo booth, a live nativity scene, Christmas ornaments and holiday drinks for purchase. This event is free with monetary donations or canned food donations accepted at the door.

 

Event registration is available at the following link: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/higher-ground-benefit-concert-for-westminster-neighborhood-services-tickets-13968414905?aff=eorg

 


 


We are seeking an assistant for our K-8 program. Interested applicants may contact Chrissy Petersen at cpetersen@westmin.org or 317-632-9785 for more information.
 


 

Progress is being made on WNS' new Family and Adult Services Center. The frame has been erected and move-in is expected in January. Find out more on our media page.

       


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READ ALL ABOUT WESTMINSTER IN THE FALL 2014 NEWSLETTER
 


 


Welcome to Westminster Neighborhood Services, Inc.

Westminster Neighborhood Services, Inc. reaches out to serve the families and children in the growing inner-city area of Indianapolis’s Near Eastside. Forty-one percent of the families in WNS' neighborhood live at or below the poverty line, compared to 15 percent in Indianapolis and 11 percent nationally. For these families, poverty, stress, illiteracy, joblessness and hunger are often daily struggles.

You can help us make a difference! Please feel free to visit, make a donation, or volunteer in any of our programs. Explore our website to learn more about WNS' programs and how you can get involved.