Episcopal worship follows an ancient pattern that dates to the earliest days of the Christian church. Our principal Sunday service is called the Holy Eucharist, from a Greek word that means "thanksgiving." The first half of the Eucharist is the Liturgy of the Word, when we hear readings from the Old and New Testaments and a sermon based on the scriptures of the day. We respond to…Read More »
Sundays at 10:15 a.m.
Our 10:15 a.m. Sunday service is livestreamed to both Zoom, Facebook, and YouTube. You can join us on Zoom at this link, or you can pray along with us on the stream below. If the stream below is not working, try these links to go directly to Facebook or YouTube.
About Episcopal Worship
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According to the Book of Common Prayer, sacraments are "outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace, given by Christ as sure and certain means by which we receive that grace." In the Episcopal Church we celebrate two primary sacraments of the gospel, Holy Baptism and the Holy Eucharist, along with several other sacramental rites developed in the Church under the guida…Read More »
"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.
For to us a child is born. (Isaiah 9:6)
Two thousand years ago, God came to us as a child. Today we prepare once again to greet that child: Jesus Christ, God with us.
Join us as we celebrate this holy season.
First Sunday of Advent: December 3, 8:00 and 10:15 a.m.
Join us at 8:00 and 10:15 here at church, or at 10:15 online.
Following the 10:15 service we'll celebrate …Read More »