• After a few snowy days, the light shines on the manger and hopefully WE see the light. He's Coming...He's Bringing Love.
  • Gratitude Jars
  • Dinner at Diocesan Convention
  • Service of Admission for The Order of the Daughters of the King
  • Amanda and Andrew speaking at Centennial
  • St. Matthew from the Lindisfarne Gospels
  • Wednesday group


Welcome to St. Matthew’s!

We are a mid-size, family-oriented group of disciples who believe in opening our hearts to the community to be the restoring and caring hands of hope and healing. We do this through our worship of God, educating ourselves and our children, caring for each other and all of our resources, and by reaching out beyond our walls to serve others and our local community.

Come and be a part of this branch of the Jesus movement on the east side of Indianapolis!

Contact Information

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

Regular Schedule

Office Hours
  • Wednesday and Thursday
  • Holy Eucharist, Spoken, Casual and Contemplative Service
    – 8:00 AM
  • Sunday School (Adults and Children)
    – 9:15 AM
  • Choral Eucharist, Rite II
    – 10:30 AM
  • Holy Eucharist
    – 10:00 AM


  • ICAN (Irvington Churches Advocacy Network) in Need of Donations

    Financial gifts may be mailed to ICAN c/o IAM, Emerson Avenue Baptist Church, 308 N. Emerson Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46219.

    Non-perishable food items and clothing may be placed in the ICAN basket in the narthex at St. Matthew’s.
    Items needed:

    • Jeans, for all ages and sizes
    • Blankets, sheets
    • School uniforms - all sizes
    • Shoes and socks for all
    • Men’s clothing
    • New underwear for all

    Volunteers needed: Food Pantry at Downey Avenue Christian Church.

    • The pantry is open 1-3 on Thursdays. Volunteers should arrive around 11:30 to help set up. If you are interested, contact Terri Davis at 317-498-5690. 
  • Bishop-elect The Revd Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows

    The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows was elected 11th bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis on the second ballot Oct. 28 at Christ Church Cathedral Indianapolis.

    Jennifer is 50 years old and is the first African-American woman elected to be a diocesan bishop in the Episcopal Church. She was elected with 67 votes in the clergy order and 82 in the lay order. Her election culminated a nearly two-year discernment and search process by the diocese at the 179th diocesan convention. The Rt. Rev. Catherine M. Waynick plans to retire in the spring of 2017.