Want some quiet time with God? Our intimate chapels await you.
Want to be part of something larger? We can help you connect with others, offer disciplines for deepening faith, and help you find ways to serve the local community.
Want to return to Church but are cautious, perhaps skeptical? We understand that exploring meaningful spirituality is a life-long pursuit. We encourage you to participate in that journey as we do, by taking the long-view.
Our worship may appear strange at first, especially if you’ve never attended an Episcopal church that celebrates Solemn Mass, a type of worship that includes the ancient traditions of incense, bells and parts of the service chanted by the priest and congregants. We believe that this brand of disciplined worship syncs with the spiritual life engaged by the heart, mind, and all the senses. It’s as much visceral as it is intellectual.
If this intrigues you, by all means join us on Sundays at 10:00am. Participate fully by following the directions on the service bulletin or sit and observe. Let the music, chanting, incense, and the peace of shared worship and ancient rituals wash over you.
If you are looking for a more intimate worship service, join us on Wednesday evenings for Low Mass at 6:00pm, a shorter service with less pageantry offering another way to center your spiritual life. Throughout the year we offer special worship services like sung Compline and Mass on Red Letter & Holy Days.
We invite you to get to know us better by exploring this website, by signing up for our e-newsletter, by worshiping with us, or by taking part in one of our many educational, artistic, formational, or community events. If you would like to talk to me personally, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call me at 317-635-2538.
Delight in the connection between joyful people and solemn worship!
P.S. If you decide we’re not the right fit at this point in your spiritual journey, I urge you to continue searching for a spiritual home. We are not meant to carry our passions and burdens alone. We ARE meant to worship God and share our burdens and our gifts in community.