Children aren't just the church's future—they're an essential part of our faith community right now. At Incarnation we strive to serve our kids' growing faith, and we know they have much to teach adults, too.
Children are always welcome in worship: any age, any time.Read More »
Our middle and high school youth group currently meets one to two Sundays per month throughout the school year. For a current schedule, contact Daphne Vernon.
Our youth have recently participated in mission trips to El Hogar, an Episcopal ministry with disadvantaged children in Honduras, and in Pathways, the annual youth pilgrimage of our Episcopal Diocese of Northern California.
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Lifelong learning is an important part of Christian faith and practice. At Incarnation we have lots of opportunities for adults to grow in faith, from first explorations through advanced Christian education.Read More »
Numina comes from the Latin root numen: in ancient Rome an indwelling of guiding spirit. Numina connotes the presence of spirit and of creativity, especially in the material world. It is closely related to the word numinous, “having a deeply spiritual or mystical effect.” Numina Center for Spirituality and the Arts is dedicated to the celebration of the artistic expression of spi…Read More »