IMPORTANT NOTICE: In compliance with requests by the State of Michigan and the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan, we are protecting our members and the public health by cancelling all indoor gatherings and holding the majority of our services online.

Visit our Facebook page for our online worship service and activities schedule. Services will be on both Zoom and Facebook live except where otherwise noted.

Holy Week at Incarnation

Except for our outdoor service on Easter Day afternoon, all of our services will be held online. You can watch our services live on Facebook OR if you’d prefer to join us on Zoom please contact our pastor, The Rev. Joe Summers  and he’ll send you a zoom link.


Thurs. April 1st:
7:00pm, Maundy Thursday Service (online)

Friday. April 2nd:
12:00pm, Good Friday Service (online)

Sun. April 4th:
10:30am, The Feast of Easter. (online)

3:00pm, Outdoor service of Holy Communion at the chapel, 3257 Lohr Rd. The Rev. Stacy Salles will preside. Please wear masks and maintain social distancing.

Everyone is Welcome at God’s Table – And You Are Welcome at Ours

The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation is an open and inclusive community within the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. We’re rooted in the Anglican tradition, nourished by contemplative practice, and committed to service and advocacy.

Our work together as a church is all about connecting lives, transforming faith, and working for justice.

Come as you are. Whoever you are. Wherever you are on your journey. We don’t have a dress code. And we don’t have any expectations or requirements about what you need to believe in order to be welcome here.

Our church community is a diverse one — in age, race, and family structure. We welcome non-traditional families, including single parent, adoptive, multi-racial, and families headed by same-sex couples.

Our individual experience is also diverse. Some of us are comfortably middle-class, while others are struggling financially. Some are cheerfully optimistic, while others have been through the fires of despair and rejection. No matter who we were or where we’ve come from, we’ve found new lives at Incarnation.

We invite you to make Incarnation your church home.

Episcopal Church of the Incarnation,
3257 Lohr Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48108.