There are lots of ways to serve God and neighbor at Incarnation. Some of them are even organized ministry groups!
We have well over 40 different groups, teams, guilds, classes, and so on. Our fall Ministry Fair offers a regular opportunity to explore them all. But you don't have to wait for the next Ministry Fair.Read More »
Every Sunday morning, our church's doors open at 6:00 a.m. to welcome more than a hundred of our neighbors in for a fresh-cooked breakfast. Most of our guests are from Santa Rosa's street community. At 6:00 all are invited in for hot coffee, oatmeal, and cereals. A full hot breakfast is served buffet-style at 7:00. As our guests finish breakfast they are offered a brown-bag lunch…Read More »
Back in 2015, our Stewardship Committee sought to create an annual event to draw the public to our campus and raise funds for outreach. We organized a bike ride, Incarnation 100: A Benefit for Homeless Services.
Each year, over 200 cyclists from near and far pay a fee to ride 100, 65, 45, or 30-mile routes through beautiful Sonoma County. The ride begins with the Blessing of …
Heavenly Treasures Gift and Thrift Store, a ministry of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, is located in downtown Santa Rosa, California. We have been serving the community since 1999, providing low-cost and free clothing and household items to Sonoma County residents.
Our profits support the ministries of Incarnation, includ…Read More »
Luther Burbank Elementary School
In 2003 Incarnation “adopted” Luther Burbank, a nearby downtown elementary school. Approximately 80% of the 330 students at Luther Burbank are in economically disadvantaged families, and about 70% are learning English as a second language.
There are many volunteer opportunities:
- Be a classroom aide
- Tutor after school
- Assist with…