Everyone is Welcome at God’s Table – And You Are Welcome at Ours
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation (ECI) 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. Our work together is all about connecting lives, transforming faith, and working for justice.
Our church community is diverse — in age, race/ethnicity, and family structure. We welcome non-traditional families, including single parent; adoptive; multi-racial; and families headed by same-sex couples. Our members are "cradle Episcopalians," people from other faith traditions, and people from no faith tradition at all. No matter who we were or where we’ve come from, we’ve found new life together at Incarnation.
Holy Week Services, All Are Invited.
Sunday, April 2, 10:30 AM, Palm Sunday and Beginning of Holy Week. Hybrid, in person and on Zoom.
Thursday, April 6, 6:00-8:00 PM, Maundy Thursday Passover Meal followed by Foot Washing Service. In person.
Friday April 7, 12:00 PM, Good Friday Service. In person.
Sunday April 9, EASTER SUNDAY, 10:30 AM, Celebration of the Feast of Easter followed by Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Brunch. Hybrid, in person and on Zoom.
Sunday Worship Service
Sunday Service starts at 10:30 AM. It is hybrid–some people attend in person and some participate live via Zoom. We have a children’s sermon at the beginning or our worship service every Sunday, followed by a lesson and an activity for the children in the youth room.
For more information on "What to Expect" on Sundays, please click here!
If you’d like to participate via Zoom from home, please email Pastor Dean Aponte-Safe for that link at email@example.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.