We gather for worship Sundays at 10:30am in the Chapel at Broadway UMC (609 E 29th St in Indianapolis.
A quick word on what worship is like at The Table…
Anglican worship is centered on an encounter with Jesus.
We worship in the same basic pattern that most Christians have worshiped through the centuries. We sing God’s praises, we hear God’s Word and we respond through prayers and confession. We offer ourselves to God as we celebrate Holy Communion and we are sent out with a blessing to do God’s work.
Anglican worship is ancient and modern.
The new (modern instruments, new songs, projection screens, HVAC systems) and the old (chalices, candles, ancient prayers, historic creeds) work together to create a worship experience that is consistent with our past and fitting for our future.
Everyone is welcome. You don’t need to wear anything fancy or know anything special.
Don’t expect a big concert or special effects. It’s a pretty simple service, and it does have an intentional structure to it (hearing God speak to us, and responding as a community), but the liturgy will be written out for you, and you’ll have friends around you to help you navigate the movements.
Bring ’em if you got ’em! We like kids and have a pretty high tolerance for their wiggles. There is a nursery available for kids up to age 5. Older kids participate in worship with their parents (often working on a collective liturgical art project). In addition to this:
- The first Sunday of the month is Youth Sunday, where are young people of all ages help lead us in worship.
- The third Sunday of each month we have a Kids Class for kids ages 6-11 that starts at the beginning of worship and lasts until the Passing of the Peace, at which time all kids rejoin the adults for communion.
To keep everyone safe and healthy, we ask that you not attend in-person worship if:
- You or someone in your household feels ill or has a fever,
- You or someone in your household is awaiting Covid test results.
Here’s a picture of our worship space: