The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation

A Traditional Episcopal Parish on Atlanta's West Side. Atlanta, GA
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation

Who We Are

The Church of the Incarnation is a Parish church of the Episcopal Diocese of Altanta. Founded in 1882, Incarnation has been a part the South-West Atlanta community through its 100-plus years. In 1958 Incarnation moved from the West End into it's current location in the Cascade Heights neighborhood.

The Church of the Incarnation is steeped in the best traditions of catholic worship and Episcopal education, valuing our spiritual, physical, and intellectual life together. Worship, fellowship, and study form the heart of what we do as we continue to grow into the full stature of Christ.

About Us

Vibe
Traditional Liturgy, Spirit-filled, Gay affirming, Inclusive, Neighborhood-focused, Multigenerational

Programs
Children's Ministry, Adult Education, Seniors Ministry, Social Justice, Addiction/Recovery, School

Music
Traditional Hymns, Organ, Chanting, Passionate Reverent

Denomination
Episcopal

Size
Small

Language
English

Founded
1882

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
2407 Cascade Road SW
Atlanta, GA 30311

Phone

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
Our Sunday morning services are richly liturgical and involve the whole body in worshiping God. Music, incense, chant, light and movement are present throughout the whole service. It may seem strange at first, but all these things work together to take us out of the bustle of our daily lives, and move us into a place where we can more fully focus on giving thanks to and communing with God.

What is the community like?
Incarnation is an international congregation representing Anglican traditions from multiple countries, and many locales across the United States. Hospitality is a huge part of our parish culture, and we take great joy in welcoming our guests.

What if I'm not a Christian?
We stand in the tradition of Churches being sanctuaries for all people. If you are not currently Christian, and even if you never intend to be a Christian, you are welcome in this space of rest and renewal.

Leadership View all

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Lee Curtis
Priest

Lee grew up on Central Florida's Space Coast and received his Bachelor's of Arts in Humanities from Florida State University. He moved to Atlanta in 2009 to attend the Candler School of Theology at Emory University, where he graduated with a Masters of Divinity in May 2013. He was ordained a Priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta in December 2013 and immediately began work at The Church of the Incarnation. He currently lives in Atlanta with his wife, son, and 2 dogs.

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