window Episcopal Church of the
Incarnation
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation (ECI) was founded in 1984 by a group of lay people who believed they could develop a church by committing themselves to service and advocacy with the poor and oppressed. Today we are a small community church involved in service and prophetic witness, and we strive to be open to all people.
All Are Welcome At Our Communion Table
Come as you are. We have no dress code, no requirement about what you need to believe to be welcome.
We are a community that welcomes all seekers.
We are a multi-racial community that includes African-Americans, Asian Americans, European Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans.
We are a community in which many non-traditional families, including gay and lesbian families, have found a home.
We are a community of people who have been through the fire of despair and rejection. Here we have found a new life.
Our Worship Includes:
Affirmation of children
Inclusive language
Culturally diverse music
Significant lay leadership and regular times in which lay people preach or share their stories.