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Upcoming Events

June 23, 2024
  • Holy Eucharist

    June 23, 2024  8:30 am - 9:00 am

    All are welcome to gather in the church for this service of Holy Eucharist, which includes a brief homily and organ music (there is no singing). The service follows “Rite I” in the Book of Common Prayer, which means the prayers are written in traditional language, and tends to conclude by 9:00 am.   

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  • Lay Eucharistic Visitor Training

    June 23, 2024  9:30 am - 10:30 am

    Eucharistic Visitors are lay people who have been trained to take the Holy Eucharist to fellow parishioners who are homebound, hospitalized, or otherwise unable to attend church services. If you feel called to serve as a Eucharistic Visitor, please join the Rev. Canon Deacon Denise LaVetty for this training in the Chapel of the Nativity. Contact Deacon Denise with any questions.

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  • Principal Service

    June 23, 2024  11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Our principal service of Holy Eucharist or Morning Prayer with Choir and Organ is held in person and streamed from the church. 

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  • Vestry meeting

    June 23, 2024  12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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June 25, 2024
  • Morning Prayer (Zoom)

    June 25, 2024  8:00 am - 8:45 am

    Join us for this 20-minute prayer service with lectionary readings and canticles. Followed by another 20 minutes of virtual fellowship. Click here for a PDF version of Morning Prayer Rite I.

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June 26, 2024
  • Holy Eucharist

    June 26, 2024  12:15 pm - 12:45 pm

    All are welcome to gather in the church for this Rite I service of Holy Eucharist, which includes a brief homily, organ music, and prayers for healing with holy oil.

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June 27, 2024
  • Candlelight Communion

    June 27, 2024  6:15 pm - 7:00 pm

    Candlelight Communion is a service of Holy Eucharist that incorporates chant and silence as well as elements of contemporary worship. This service is informal and contemplative, with music led by a Cantor and a brief reflection by one of the clergy.

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Our Community

The Church of the Incarnation is a diverse Episcopal parish located in the heart of Manhattan near the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, and the Morgan Library.

Our congregation reflects the revived Murray Hill neighborhood that is increasingly popular with young professionals. At the same time, members commute to church from every part of Manhattan, as well as from the other boroughs, Westchester, Dutchess and Fairfield counties, and urban and rural areas of New Jersey.

Worship in traditional and contemporary forms, intellectual exploration and practical application of Christian principles characterize our parish.

Office hours are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.

Open church hours are 8:00 am to 1:00 pm on Sunday, 11:30 am to 2:00 pm on Wednesday, and 5:30 to 7:30 pm on Thursday.

Our Mission

The Church of the Incarnation, grounded in living faith and inspired by the beauty of our landmark building, seeks to engage the community through vibrant and varied worship, loving and practical service to others, and intellectual exploration, with a warm and open Christian welcome in the heart of New York City.

“We love this parish. To us, Incarnation feels like an oasis of calm, beauty, faith and warmth with God all around. The Church of the Incarnation is simply a well run, well organized, and well functioning place. On a deeper level, Incarnation is a church that challenges us to be better Christians.” – Jan