Good Shepherd, West Lafayette, takes a stand against gun violence.
Trinity, Indianapolis, had a wonderful crowd for their inaugural Dia del Nino (Day of the Child) Festival in late spring.
St. Paul’s, Indianapolis, is hosting a June 25 benefit concert featuring music and artists from countries named in the U.S. travel ban – Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. The Brooklyn Nomads (NYC) are performing this two-hour musical tribute as an expression of support and gratitude towards the rich melting pot of the entire United States, which enabled the group to come to life. This unique opportunity is presented by St. Paul’s newly-developed Center for Faith, Justice and the Arts, and IndyFringe, with proceeds benefiting the Immigrant Welcome Center and Exodus Refugee Immigration. For more information or tickets, go to www.indyfringe.org.
Grace Unlimited friends did a pilgrimage to Toronto this month.
St. Philip’s, Indianapolis, offered their “change for change” as part of their Episcopal Fund for Human Need (EFHN) offering dedication at Pentecost.
It was the 52nd Annual Christ Church Cathedral Strawberry Festival on Monument Circle, continuing the tradition with big crowds and lots of delicious strawberry shortcake.
Trinity, Anderson, celebrated Trinity Sunday with an outdoor Eucharist along the riverwalk on the White River. Harter House Assisted Living Center hosted their service and there was a pitch-in lunch.
Holy Family, Fishers, experienced beautiful liturgical dance on Trinity Sunday.
Good idea of the month from Good Samaritan, Brownsburg. The congregation has been painting rocks to leave around Brownsburg and spread some joy.
St. Timothy’s identity collage poster. This poster was developed from the collaborative work which The Rev. Dr. Nancy Woodworth-Hill facilitated with St. Timothy’s congregation.
St. Michael’s, Noblesville, proudly proclaimed Pride month with this large, welcoming flag on the exterior of their building,
St. Paul’s, Evansville, recently engaged in Holy Conversation as a parish as part of their search for a new rector.
St. Christopher’s, Carmel, displays banners that say “Welcome” and “You Belong”
St. David’s, Bean Blossom, successfully combined their annual strawberry festival with the weekly summer farmer’s market they host.
St. Peter’s, Lebanon, has planted 100 foot long beds of corn and beans that will help provide fresh vegetables for those at the St. Joe food pantry this summer. The bean tepees will allow kids to go inside and see the beans growing on the poles. Their new raised beds are possible thanks to a grant from Christ Church Cathedral Women.
The Arts in Harmony community festival brought an array of musical talent to the doorstep of St. Stephen’s, New Harmony.
St. Paul’s, Richmond, was excited to welcome a June 12 visit from Bishop Jennifer.
A group from Trinity, Bloomington, have been on a pilgrimage experience in Scotland.
Christ Church Cathedral, Madison, is partnering with Presbyterians in their community for Longest Day Vespers on June 21, calling attention to those who have Alzheimer’s and those who care for them.
St. John’s,.Lafayette, hosted a 20’s and 30’s age group summer board game night.
Trinity, Lawrenceburg, is known for having beautiful flowers and grounds, thanks to an enthusiastic group of volunteers who work hard on keeping it tidy.
St. Matthew’s, Indianapolis, honored the faithful and hard work of their Altar Guild with a June picnic.
St. Paul’s, New Albany, transformed the blocks surrounding the church for their 11th annual Art on the Parish Green Fair, featuring two days of over 100 fine arts and crafts vendors, live music, Bluegrass Mass on the Grass, children’s art and fun, food and drink, tours of the historic church, and more.
Kids at St, Andrew’s, Greencastle, had a great time at the opening of summer Vacation Bible School.