• Blessing of the Centennial Oak Tree
  • The "Cozy Corner"
  • Annual Pet Blessing Day with ARPO Pet Rescue and Adoption
  • Eagle Scout Court of Honor
  • Pet Pictures with Santa
  • Horse Rides at Community Day
  • Drum Circle on Community Day
  • Scouting is strong at St. Matt's
  • Mayor Joe Hogsett visiting St. Matt's!
  • Altar Guild Picnic
  • St. Francis Ministers hard at work!
  • Kite Day!
  • Confirmation 2017
  • Pentecost Collection of Toiletries for Food Pantry
  • Scouting at St. Matthew's
  • 6 Years with Templo Gracia at St. Matthew's!
  • Annual Florek Music Recital
  • Tenebrae Service
  • EFHN "Change for Change Sunday"
  • Gratitude Jars
  • Irvington Halloween Festival
  • Dinner at Diocesan Convention
  • Service of Admission for The Order of the Daughters of the King
  • St. Matthew from the Lindisfarne Gospels
  • Wednesday group


Welcome to St. Matthew’s!

Whether you are just passing through or reside in the Indianapolis area, you are welcome here.

From the moment you walk through the doors, we want you to feel welcomed. We believe that church should be a safe and loving environment where people from all walks of life should feel at home and where you and your family can grow and experience the love of God, together.

We are passionate about being a place of help, healing, and hope and strive to be a community of disciples with open hearts and caring hands to our neighbors and community.

Come, grow with us!

Contact Information

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church
8320 E 10th St
Indianapolis, Indiana 46219
Map  •   Directions
Phone (317)898-7807

Regular Schedule

Office Hours
    Monday: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Thursday: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

    We will respond to all
    e-mails (Office@StMattsIndy.org)
    and tel

  • Adult Sunday School
    – 9:00 AM
  • Holy Eucharist, Rite II with Music and Choir
    – 10:00 AM
  • Children's Sunday School
    – 10:00 AM
  • Holy Eucharist
    – 10:00 AM


  • Coming in Lent, Sunday February 18 at 9am

    Join us at 9:00am for Adult Forum/Sunday School

    The Social Justice Bible Challenge is an extension of The Bible Challenge - an initiative encouraging daily reading of the Bible.

    Duirng the Sundays of Lent, we will reflection on topics such as poverty, hunger, displacement, and care of the vulnerable as we read a variety of spiritual leaders and writers.

    The Social Justice Bible Challenge will help us bridge the gap between knowing the Bible and living it!

    Come and be a part of this Lenten discipline this year.

  • ICAN (Irvington Community Advocacy Network)

    ICAN Assistance Center is a non-profit tax deductible organization serving neighbors in the east side Irvington community with potential financial assistance, clothing and/or referrals to other programs which may meet the need.

    Main office c/o Irvington United Methodist Church, 30 N. Audubon Open Mon., Tues., Thurs. 9:30 - 11:30 am.

    Clothing Closet located at Emerson Ave. Baptist Church, 308 N. Emerson on Tues. 1- 3 pm and Fri. 10- 11: 30 am.

    Call (317) 322-9645

  • C.O.M.E.

    The Community Outreach Ministry, Eastside  (COME) is designed to assist with utility bills, rent and mortgage payments, referrals to other agencies and of course, food. COME provides assistance to people in need in Warren Township in Marion County and western Hancock County.

    116 S Muessing St

    Cumberland, Indiana

    Call (317) 797-2629


  • HOPE Counseling Center

    Hope Counseling is located at:
    8320 E 10th St, Indianapolis, IN 46219, USA
    Indianapolis, IN 46219
    (317) 356-4037

  • Ransburg YMCA

    Opened in 1959, the Ransburg Y serves as the Eastside’s hub for physical and spiritual health, educational activities, and community-building.

    Featuring two gyms, two pools – indoor and outdoor, a wellness center with exercise machines and free weights, group exercise classes, and more, the Ransburg Y has everything you and your family need to stay healthy and connected.

  • The Alliance for Responsible Pet Ownership

    ARPO's Mission 

    To encourage and assist existing and future pet owners in providing a good quality life for their pets. 

    To temporarily shelter stray, abandoned, neglected, abused and surrendered cats and dogs in a clean, comfortable, and safe environment while providing the best quality of life and medical care possible. 

    To facilitate the adoption of these companion animals into stable, loving homes. 

    To promote pet ownership as a lifetime commitment. 

    To cooperate with other animal-related organizations for the purpose of reducing the population of unwanted cats and dogs through adoption, spay/neuter and educational programs. 

    To further educate the public regarding the important benefits of the human/companion animal bond. 

    To promote respect for creatures of all species. 



    P.O. Box 6385

    Fishers, Indiana

    Call (317) 774-8292

  March 2018  
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