At Incarnation, you don’t have to believe to belong and you don’t have to have everything figured out.
We encourage people to explore their own faith and spirituality in a welcoming atmosphere. We know each of you is at a different point in your journey and we provide a warm and supportive place to question, challenge and explore, while building lasting relationships!
We are blessed with a strong group of people with diverse backgrounds, who are passionate about building strong relationships with Christ and each of you.
When Michael began his time as rector of Church of the Incarnation in October 2013, he returned to his first love and that is front line parish ministry. He believes a parish community is called to make a difference in the neighbourhood in which it resides, to be a place of inclusion and justice where all are welcomed.
Randolf “Randy” Williams has served in many lay capacities and is excited about answering the call to clergy ministry. As a teacher, Randy brings skills, talents, leadership, curiosity, and creativity to Church of the Incarnation.
Dr. Charlene Pauls is an award-winning Conductor, Soprano, Pedagogue, and Clinician, who has been the Music Director at the Anglican Church of the Incarnation since the Fall of 2010. Our music program is central to who we are as a worshipping community. It enriches and reflects our theology and how we interact with our community. Charlene has arranged collaborations with Indigenous musicians, Palestinian musicians, local dance groups, and choral groups.
Office staff and Wardens
Margot is our Administrative Assistant and is available during office hours, Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 9-3. If you have any questions about church activities, or would like more information about joining us, please contact her.
We are supported by a dynamic core of volunteer Church Wardens who have been chosen by Michael and the congregation to help with administration, financial stewardship, and maintenance of the church building.