Episcopal Church of the Incarnation

Everyone is Welcome at God’s Table – And You Are Welcome at Ours

The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation (ECI) in Ann Arbor is a progressive Episcopal congregation and Interfaith Community that strives to live out the vision of the Beloved Community. Incarnation refers to the spirit becoming embodied in the world and action. We are compassionate seekers, dedicated to social and environmental justice. We are an LGBTQ+ inclusive church. We gratefully welcome people from all faiths, gender and sexual identities, backgrounds, etc.

Advent Worship Opportunities, December 6 and 13! 

This Advent, Pastor Dean is offering a midweek worship opportunity: you are welcome to join us on two Wednesday evenings, December 6th and 13th, at 7:00pm to participate in a candlelight Holden Evening Prayer service. This is a service of meditation and song, meant to open up room for contemplation as we await the birth of Jesus and await the promise of hope and love and justice coming into our world. 

Questions? Email: admin@incarnationannarbor.org

Sunday Worship Service

Sunday Service starts at 10:30 AM. It is hybrid–some people attend in person and some participate live via Zoom. 

Visitors, including families with children, can read about "What to Expect" on Sundays here.

If you’d like to participate via Zoom from home, please email Pastor Dean Aponte-Safe for that link at pr.dsafe@gmail.com.

Video History of Incarnation!

This video tells the story of our 37-year old community, which began as a "mission" church under the supervision of Michigan's Bishop. This video was made for the 2021 Michigan Diocesan Convention during which we were recognized as a full parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. 

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