Art & Music

Arts Live Here...

Sharing Our Gifts with One Another

Beauty can be found all around us every day, and it helps connect us to ourselves and to one another.  Broadway helps cultivate a vibrant, diverse, and inclusive collaborative culture of creativity for artists and musicians.  Together we create artistic & cultural experiences for ALL people to explore their creativity, enjoy beauty, grow empathy, and increase awareness of the abundant gifts of our community.

Want to Share Your Gifts in Worship?

Click the button below to learn more about the Chancel Choir, Bell Choir, Celebration Band, 5th Melodies, or the Liturgical Arts Guild. 

Meet the Resident Artists & Musicians

The following artists & musicians call Broadway home and have studios or rehearse in the building.  

Roland Smith
Director Iibada Dance Company

Carol White
Painter & Art Teacher

Gisele Dollinger
Piano, Organ,  & Handbells

Terry Martin
Airbrush Artist
& Painter


Todd Fuqua
& Visual Artist

Nyderia Harris
& Tatoo Artist

Wolff von Roos
Organist & Jazz Guitarist

Tania Michelle Wineglass
Visual Artist:
Acrylic, Clay, Collage,
Mixed Media,  & Watercolor 

Krystle Ford
Director Metropolitan
Youth Orchestra

Michael Jordan / ALKEMI
Painter & Public Artist

Jennifer Estes
Executive Director
Epsilon Theatrical Company

Jayson Elliott 
Artistic Director
Epsilon Theatrical Company

Join Pride of Indy Bands!

Jazz Band Rehearsals
Sundays, 6:30-8:00pm
Broadway UMC, Indianapolis
Concert Band Rehearsals
Mondays, 6:30-8:00pm
Broadway UMC, Indianapolis
Geeks & Grooves Saxophone Collective Rehearsals
Mondays, 8:00-9:00pm
Broadway UMC, Indianapolis

Showing off some of our work.

Check out a few art pieces from our Resident Artists on display around Broadway or out in the community.  

"Bessie Coleman" by Tania Wineglass  (2018)
"Broadway 1994" by Donald L. Walton (1994)
 "Mari Phemster Evans: Patron Saint of Broadway" by Terry Martin (2021)
"Generosity of Spirit" by Carol White & Nyderia Harris
"Mari Evans" by  ALKEMI  (2016)
  • Large mural located at 448 Massachusetts Avenue in Indianapolis.

"If There Be Sorrow" by Mari Evans

If there be sorrow
let it be
for things undone

to these add one:
love withheld