We seek a personal relationship with the living God.



But as Quakers, we just do it a little differently.


We gather for worship, and yes, sometimes we sit in silence.  But sometimes we also sing out loud.  And other times, we gather to share meals, study together, or just work in our garden.

Whatever brought you to this page is likely what will bring you through our door.  As a part of the wider Christian community, we offer a unique Quaker perspective on simplicity, peace, integrity, community, and equality.  And we can't wait to meet you, Friend. 


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Looking ahead:

  • Friday, October 3rd from 5:30-7pm - Join us for Community Soup - Enjoy soups, bread, and dessert in a relaxed atmosphere.  No cooking, no dishwashing, and no charge. You are welcome to bring your favorite soup if you choose. After dinner, we’ll show “The Life A House Built”, a film about the 25th Anniversary of the Jimmy & Rosalyn Carter Work Project, Habitat for Humanity.  Bill Chapman has personal experience with Habitat’s founder, Millard Fuller, and will make a brief presentation regarding his experience.  There may be a local Habitat organizer in attendance to share a brief presentation concerning local Habitat efforts.  Please join us for this special evening!

  • Saturday, October 18th from 4-6pm - The Preschool Co-Op is hosting a Family Fall Festival. There will be a chili cook-off, a raffle, and a costume contest. You're welcome to bring your best chili- there will be a prize! Join us for fall themed games, family photos, and a bounce house. All are welcome!

  • Sunday, October 19th at 1:30pm - 35th annual Indianapolis CROP Hunger Walk. Indianapolis area congregations of all faiths, civic groups and other organizations are invited to participate. Walkers cover a designated route beginning and ending at the Christian Theological Seminary on 42nd St near Michigan Rd (near Butler University). Funds raised from this walk are channeled through Church World Service to help fight hunger around the world. Registration starts at 1:30 and you begin walking immediately, setting your own pace. We are putting together a team of people to participate in CROP walk. If you are interested please contact Jim Donahue at jdonahue@indy.rr.com or Beth Henricks at beth.henricks@indyfriends.org. If you would like to donate to the cause, we will have a table set up at the Meetinghouse collecting donations before the event. For more information, please visit http://www.indycropwalk.org/.