We’ve been here on the Near Eastside of Indy for over 100 years; our Spanish expression of who we are— Mano de Amistad— for fifteen years. We love our neighbors and our neighborhood and believe God has planted us here as the people of God in this place—loving and serving each other and those around us.
Our office is open throughout the week and the coffeepot is usually on. Stop in to get a glimpse of our daily life together. Give us a call and we’d be happy to set up a time to visit with you.
A neighborhood church
Englewood had her beginning as a neighborhood church on the outskirts of the growing city of Indianapolis in 1895. Morning worship attendance climbed to over one thousand by the early 1970s, but numerous changes were gathering momentum signaling a precipitous fall. How did we move from a small neighborhood church in an emerging neighborhood, to a booming influential megachurch, to a magnet of urban mission in a forgotten community, to an informally intentional community that seeks to faithfully express love one another and our neighborhood in the way and name of Jesus?
story of a city neighborhood
If you walk the streets of the Englewood neighborhood surveying the landscape on a late summer day, you might sense the tiniest whiff of change in the air. Englewood, a small neighborhood on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis, is in many ways a stereotypical...