St. Alban’s Episcopal Church – Indianapolis

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Meeting At

  • 4601 North Emerson Ave.
  • Indianapolis, IN 46226

When We Meet

  • Sundays at 10:30 AM
  • Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.


Opportunities to Connect

  • Contact the church for their latest social and service projects

What Sets Us Apart

  • Friendly, diverse, spirit-filled neighborhood church on Indy’s east side
  • Church motto is “Showing God’s Love to All People”
  • Our Peace Garden raises vegetables on approximately 1/2 acre of church property for food banks and homeless shelters in our community.
  • Strong supporter of feeding ministries throughout the neighborhood and city, Indianapolis Public School #83, health/medical programs, and environmental justice
  • 12-step programs offered
  • Commitment to education



Celebration of The Rev. Debbie Dehler's New Ministry

Celebration of The Rev. Debbie Dehler’s New Ministry

Celebration of The Rev. Debbie Dehler's New Ministry at St. Alban's, Indianapolis on September 22 at 7 p.m. RSVP to the church office. 
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Community Harvest Celebration at St. Alban’s, Indianapolis

St. Alban's, Indianapolis along with Grace and Mercy Assembly, will be hosting a Community Harvest Celebration on Saturday, October 8,
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Congratulations to St. Alban's, Indianapolis

Congratulations to St. Alban’s, Indianapolis

Congratulations to St. Alban's, Indianapolis. Their "From Swords to Plowshares Garden" is featured in the current issue of Vestry Papers!
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Episcopal Women Honored at Luncheon

Episcopal Women Honored at Luncheon

April 8th at St. Paul’s, Columbus, 25 women were honored for their support of their parish and community at a
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Pathways’ Pilot Parishes Announced

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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St. Alban’s Peace Garden

Have you driven past St. Alban’s at Emerson and 46th Avenue North in Indianapolis and wondered, “What’s growing there?” Our
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