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Many observers have wondered why racial conflict seems so prevalent now in the United States after almost eight years under an African-American president. The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church–also African-American–has felt called to make racial reconciliation one of the prime emphases of his ministry. While I think this is a very good question, I have no […]
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 and Dutchess counties, and urban and rural areas of New Jersey.
Worship in traditional and contemporary forms (perhaps the most wide-ranging set of options in the city), intellectual exploration, and practical application of Christian principles characterize our parish.
The Incarnation family invites you to experience the warmth and welcome of our community. Come visit our national landmark building and experience the living faith that has sustained our community for over 150 years.
We look forward to welcoming you to Incarnation in person.
– The Rev. J. Douglas Ousley, Rector
The Landmark Episcopal Church in Murray Hill, New York, NY USA209 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016 (corner 35th St. and Madison Ave.)
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