Episcopal Church of the Incarnation

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


Welcome! We are a progressive Episcopal congregation and Interfaith community that is: big-hearted; welcoming and affirming (LGBTQ inclusive); diverse and inclusive; works for peace and social & environmental justice. We strive to live out the vision of the Beloved Community.

Sunday Worship Service, 10:30 AM

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. Church service is followed by a lively social hour with lots of good food. 


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

Easter Week Services


All are invited to attend our Easter Week Services. Visitors, no need to bring potluck food—just yourselves.


-Palm Sunday, March 24

10:30am: Service.


-Maundy-Thursday, March 28

6:00pm: Potluck meal, featuring simple finger foods like hummus, pita, olives, etc.

7:00pm: Foot Washing Service.


-Good Friday, March 29

7:00pm: Service.


-Holy Saturday Easter Vigil, March 30

5:00pm: Egg decorating and Easter hat making. 

6:00pm: Potluck meal.

7:00pm: Service.


-Easter Sunday, March 31

10:30 Service.

12:00: Children’s Easter egg hunt.

12:10:  Easter Brunch.

We Welcome You to Celebrate Black History Month with us in the David Byrd Chapel

The David Byrd Chapel--the chapel in which we worship--is of historic significance to the African-American Community in Ann Arbor. We welcome you to worship with us--and are happy to give tours to visitors who are interested. For more on the history, please visit our History Page.

David Byrd Chapel Construction, Episcopal Church of the Incarnation Ann Arbor

Chapel construction by architect David R. Byrd and his students.

Snapshots of Incarnation Life

Episcopal Church of the Incarnation Members at Gun Violence Prevention Rally.

Incarnation members at gun violence prevention rally.

David Byrd Chapel Episcopal Church of the Incarnation Ann Arbor

The David Byrd Chapel.

Member of the Episcopal Church in Ann Arbor enjoying lunch on our grounds.

Oktoberfest gathering after church service in our yard.

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