Below you'll find information about what to expect during Sunday Worship Services, followed by directions to our church.
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Directions to Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
When our chapel was built, we were surrounded by open land and farmhouses. Now the area is quite built up. Our church is not visible from the road, as it is set far back. We want to make it easy to find us.
Set your GPS for 3257 Lohr Rd, Ann Arbor. That should be enough, but to ensure you can locate our driveway, here's some help. (Township requirements don't permit us to place our sign as close to the road as we would like.)
If you're coming from Ann Arbor-Saline Rd, you'll be heading south on Lohr Rd. You'll pass the strip mall with Best Buy and Kohl's on your right and then new apartments on your left. Right after the entrance to the apartments you'll see an illuminated crosswalk, and immediately after, you'll be at our driveway entrance, also on your left. You should see our sign. We have yellow reflective sticks on either side of your driveway.
If you're coming from Ellsworth Rd, you'll be heading north on Lorh Rd. You'll pass a subdivision and condo developments. Then you'll see a historic white farmhouse on your right. The next driveway is ours. You should see our sign. We have yellow reflective sticks on either side of your driveway.
By the way, the white farmhouse adjacent to us is the house where architect David Byrd and his family live when he built our chapel. The house later became the David Byrd Center) and is where the the new African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Washtenaw County will be housed. We are delighted to have them as neighbors!