St. Michael’s, Noblesville, is having a summer of remodeling.
Trinity, Bloomington, has been welcoming downtown passer-bys with beautiful gardens this summer.
St. Andrew’s, Greencastle, had a fantastic group of kids for their Vacation Bible School.
Good Samaritan, Brownsburg, collected and packaged hundreds of pencils for the Brownsburg Community Schools.
Good Shepherd, West Lafayette, youth had a summer bread baking session.
A fun time was had by all at the St. Stephen’s, Terre Haute church picnic.
Children at St. Christopher’s, Carmel, enjoyed coloring fish in tribute to 15 years of ministry by the Rev. Steve Fales upon his retirement.
Trinity, Indianapolis, just celebrated the one-year arrival anniversary of the Rev. Mother Julia Whitworth.
Christ Church, Madison, is making progress on brick and mortar repair work for their historic building.
St. Stephen’s, New Harmony, parishioner Wayne Hall created this great bike rack for congregants to use when cycling to church. That’s the Rev. Dr. Beth Macke admiring it!
St. John’s, Speedway, is getting ready for their annual church clean up and pizza luncheon day.
One of the stunning windows from beautiful St. John’s, Bedford.
St. John’s, Lafayette, recently got a drone-eyed view photo of their congregation.
The people at St. James, New Castle, were excited to have three Baptisms on Pentecost Sunday.
Hello from St. Stephen’s, Elwood, where they are small in number but mighty in spirit!
St. John’s, Crawfordsville, helped mobilize a major community food distribution last month.
St. Philip’s, Indianapolis, prepared its parking lot for Fourthfest, a great place for the public to view the downtown Indianapolis July 4 fireworks.
St. Alban’s, Indianapolis, was delighted to celebrate a Baptism on Pentecost Sunday.
Hello from Trinity, Lawrenceburg, where this week they welcomed back an old friend, Seth, and met his family.
St. John’s, Washington, was happy this week to install new window coverings for their basement/parish hall area.
All Saints, Indianapolis, is getting ready for its 11th Annual Big, Big Really Big Sidewalk Yard Sale on Saturday, July 15.
St. Paul’s, Columbus, gave their choir some major appreciation and a bit of summer time off. But, they’ll be back August 6 as the school and fall routine returns!
St. Paul’s, New Albany, has neighbors stopping by this summer to enjoy their Little Lending Library of books and sit on a park bench donated in memory of long-time parishioner Carolyn Pry by her family.
St. Paul’s, Indianapolis, had wonderful participation at Waycross Women’s Week—26 kids along with this happy group of St. Paul’s women.
St. Paul’s, Evansville, was excited to have a visit from Bishop Jennifer but sad to say farewell to the Ewing family as they headed to Virginia.
St. Paul’s, Jeffersonville, is studying the architecture of their historic building this month AND looking forward to having the diocesan household see it during the 180th Diocesan Convention in October.