Questions about our gathering protocols? Contact the church office: 317.639.1541
9:00 study hour is currently all online; contact the church office for information about attending a study group.
10:15 IN PERSON Masks REQUIRED (we'll provide if you don't have one). If it's nice weather, gather outside with us to worship on the lawn. In poor weather, we gather in the auditorium and don't sing together. Distancing is monitored. We are not providing Nursery or Junior Church right now.
10:15 VIRTUAL Find our Livestream on our Facebook page
11:30 Conversation is via Zoom. Regular attenders contact the office for the link.
Sundays are meaningful for the ECC community. We believe gathering together weekly is one way we faithfully embody the Kingdom of God in this place. However we don't believe our time together on Sundays is our core identity. Who we are and how we live throughout the week is just as valuable.
Study 9:00 am
Worship (English) 10:15 am
Worship (Spanish): 10:30 am
Conversation 11:30 am
Much more can be said about each hour, but we'd rather do that in person and encourage you to experience them yourself.
During the study hour at 9:00, we have age-appropriate ways to learn about God, ourselves and the world.
Elementary children join the rest of us for worship at 10:15 and are dismissed for Junior Church following the Lord's Supper.
Finally, our conversation hour encourages guided play for elementary children.
We provide loving and secure nursery care for the littlest ones throughout all three hours of our Sunday gatherings.
We believe our kids and youth are full participants in the life of the ECC community. They have opportunities to grow and mature both with people their own ages and intergenerationally with the full congregation. They contribute in their own meaningful ways to who we are, serving and being served.
Children on Sundays
57 N. Rural St
Indianapolis, IN 46201
Parking & entrance
behind building off Rural
Englewood Christian Church is an expression of the One Church, the Body of Christ. We believe the local church is a real community, which is more than a religious institution. The local church exists as the continuing presence of Christ's body in the surrounding community. As such, we worship and live and work together in both Spanish and English, recognizing God's continued transformational work in and through us. Our Spanish expression is called Mano de Amistad.