"Whoever sings, prays twice." — St. Augustine
At Incarnation, we consider beauty to be proof for the existence of God. The indescribable beauty of music bears God into our very hearts and souls. The sound of our organ, the leadership of our choirs, the concerts that take place in our space, and our own voices lifted up in song glorify God and elevate our spirits in praise.
The Parish Choir leads our music at the 10:15 Sunday Eucharist and other special liturgies. This choir welcomes beginners and experienced singers alike—all that's needed is a willingness to commit to rehearsals and services, and a desire to worship through song.
Built by Casavant of Montreal, our organ has thirty-two ranks composed of three manual divisions, playable from two keyboards, with two stops for the pedal division. 1,886 pipes of metal and wood give the instrument a wide range of color and volume.
Casavant, Opus 3759, 1997
Two manuals and pedals, 25 stops, 32 ranks
Movable tablet console, compass 61/3
Our Parish Vision for Music
During spring 2022 Incarnation held a Music Discernment Process that included a Town Hall meeting and a congregational survey. You can read the Music Vision Statement that came out of that process here:
You can read the results of our congregational survey here: