INDIANAPOLIS – The Parker family home at 2402 Gale Street was one of three Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indianapolis homes dedicated Saturday morning, Aug. 4 in the Brightwood neighborhood on the northeast side of Indianapolis.

This home was begun as part of the Community Connection outreach ministry of this year’s Indiana Annual Conference session in Indianapolis in June.

Dedications are open to the public. All three houses dedicated are within a two-block area on Gale Street. The three houses dedicated are homes two, three and four of a multi-home build as part of the Centennial Build Project in partnership with The Church Federation of Greater Indianapolis, the Martindale-Brightwood Community Development Corporation and a host of volunteers including dozens of volunteers from 16 United Methodist churches in the Central District including: Abundant Harvest, Acton, Broad Ripple, Castleton, Epworth, Fishers, Horizons of Faith, Lawrence, McCordsville, Meridian Street, North, Old Bethel, Shirley Wilkinson, Speedway, Indianapolis St. Luke’s and St. Mark’s, UMC Metro Ministries, the Indiana Conference UMC, Salin Bank, Phil Myers Custom Homes, Heritage Environmental Services and the Department of Metropolitan Development of Indianapolis, who sponsored the Parker home build.

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New homeowner Rita Parker cuts the ribbon on her new Habitat home in the Brightwood neighborhood of Indianapolis.