Become the Joyful Soul You Were Meant to Be.

What to Expect

We are a Christian church following the Anglican tradition of worship. Newcomers are always welcome!

What We Believe

No matter who you are, or who you have been, Christ's grace, love and mercy can transform you, bringing you joy and peace, now and eternally.

Meet Our Clergy

The clergy at St. Edward's are available to meet with you for pastoral guidance and prayer.

An Ancient Faith for the Modern World

In our unsettled world, noise and tumult often drown out calm and peace. It’s hard to find a solid grounding when everything around us seems to be perpetually shifting. Here at St. Edward’s, we find that grounding in the patterns of prayer, worship, and devotion that countless Christians have offered through the centuries. We proclaim the Faith of the ancient Church. We strive to conform our lives more and more to Christ’s perfect life.

No matter where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome to join us in this adventure of renewal and transformation in Christ!

We invite you to come and see who we are, to experience Christ’s peace, and to worship the true Light that shines in the midst of the world’s darkness.

Visit St. Edward’s

Sundays: Morning Prayer begins at 9:30 am, Holy Eucharist begins at 10:00 am.

Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri Morning Prayer begins at 10:00 am, Holy Eucharist begins at 10:30 am

Weekday schedule is subject to change. Please text or call Fr Corey at (865) 719-8051 to confirm if you plan to attend.

Children are welcome!

St. Edward’s is located at 6361 North Keystone Avenue, on the north side of Indianapolis.

If you are approaching from the north, you will need to make a U-turn at 64th Street in order to enter the church parking lot from Keystone Avenue.

Continuing Transformative Tradition

As "Continuing Anglicans", we seek to maintain the traditional worship, doctrine, and discipline that has been entrusted to us by our forebears in the Faith, and that has transformed souls for centuries.

What is Holy Eucharist?

The Holy Eucharist—sometimes called the Mass, the Holy Communion, the Divine Liturgy, or the Lord’s Supper—is the central sacrament of the Christian Faith and the supreme act of the Church.

Find Refuge and Connect with the Joy and Peace of God

We hope you will join us for worship this Sunday at 10:00 am!