Good Samaritan Episcopal Church – Brownsburg

Where We Worship

Harris Academy
725 S. Green St.
Brownsburg, IN 46112

Mailing Address
Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis
1100 West 42nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46208 

When We Meet

Sundays 10 a.m. 

  • Children’s activities for ages four and up
  • Nursery available

Contact Information

Contact Rev. Dr. Gray Lesesne by phone, email or visit our website and Facebook pages for additional information.

The Rev. Dr. Gray Lesesne, priest and church planter.
Email: graylesesne@gmail.com
Phone: 317-989-2760
Website: churchthatserves.org/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/goodsamaritanbrownsburg

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What Sets Us Apart

  • Progressive, multicultural, and multigenerational: We are a visibly inclusive, accepting, open, multicultural, and multigenerational community. If you are an “other” elsewhere, you will be welcome with us and accepted as part of us.
  • Focused on spiritual growth and development: Everyone in our community is invited to grow deeper in his or her own spiritual journey, to get out of our comfortable zones sometimes in order to grow, and to try new things.
  • Focused on engaging in acts of mercy and kindness: At every gathering of our community, whether small or big, we do something to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors in need. We always “walk the walk” rather than just “talking the talk.”
  • Lean and Simple: Inspired by the words of Jesus in Matthew 10:10 (“Take no bag for the journey, or two tunics, or sandals, or a staff; for laborers deserve their food.”), we are intentionally building-less and simple, focusing instead on people and serving others.
  • Vulnerable: We are open to sharing with each other and to learning from each other in an atmosphere of respect and encouragement.
  • Curious and Creative: We encounter God in the beautiful and in the questions, and we hope to be a haven for artists and others who experience God’s grace in playing, questioning, creating and transforming. Our gatherings are fun and joyful and open-minded.
  • Collaborative: Wherever possible, we collaborate with other churches, nonprofits, and, when appropriate, for-profit entities, rather than starting a ministry or outreach ourselves. (This also helps us keep lean and simple.)
  • Grateful: We say thank you. A lot.

News


Pathways’ Pilot Parishes Announced

Bishop Catherine Waynick and Canon to the Ordinary, Bruce Gray, recently announced the appointment of Good Samaritan (Brownsburg), St. Alban’s
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Kid Fun!

One of the group exercises with kids at Good Samaritan, Brownsburg, is stacking Solo cups! (That's quite an impressive build!)
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Krafty Kids

Kids at Good Samaritan, Brownsburg, had a special program of activities around the Baptism of Jesus, including a sharing of
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Lighting the Advent Wreath 2016

Lighting of the Advent wreath at Good Samaritan, Brownsburg.
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Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Brownsburg Officially Recognized and Welcomed

Thursday night, October 27 at Christ Church Cathedral Indianapolis, Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Brownsburg was formally recognized and welcomed as
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Random Acts of Kindness

Good Samaritan, Brownsburg, prepared for its official Launch Day by offering random acts of kindness in their community---treating 48 unsuspecting
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Launch Day for Good Samaritan

Good Samaritan, Brownsburg, just celebrated Launch Day as our newest church. See more on Facebook. #thechurchthatserves
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August 2016

Spark 2 Serve kids at Good Samaritan, Brownsburg, created a pledge about using their hands to serve others.
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Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Names Diocesan Clergy as College of Pastoral Leader Cohorts

The Rev. Dr. Gray Lesesne, Good Samaritan, Brownsburg, and the Rev. Sarah Ginolfi, St. Paul's, Indianapolis, are a part of
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A New Name for the Episcopal Community of Brownsburg

Congratulations to the Episcopal Community of Brownsburg for just receiving their name from the Bishop—Good Samaritan Episcopal Church.
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