The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation welcomes all seekers wherever you are on your spiritual journey. We are a parish in the Diocese of California in the Episcopal Church, which, in turn, is a province of the worldwide Anglican Communion. We are also a covenanted member of Oasis California, and we commit ourselves to affirming lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and welcoming them into this Christian community.
We live and share the Good News of Jesus Christ through worship, education, fellowship, pastoral care, and service to the world. In 2014, we celebrated our 100th year anniversary of being a parish in the Diocese of California. Come join us!
The church is located in San Francisco's Sunset district. Our facility is wheelchair accessible, and assistive listening devices are available upon request.
1750 29th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94122-4223
Phone: (415) 564-2324
For additional transportation information, click here.
7:30 p.m. Liaison Ensemble + Helia Collective Liaison is an early-music ensemble based in San Francisco that hopes to bring historically-informed performances to a wide range of audiences in nontraditional venues. Joining them is the Helia Music Collective, co-founded by musicians/composers, Emma Logan and Julie Barwick. This collective supports the creative endeavors of women in music throughout the Bay Area by means of educational outreach and musical collaborations. Come support them in this worthy endeavor! For more information click here.
7:30 p.m. An Evening with Pablo Estigarribia Argentinian tango pianist Pablo Estigarribia returns for an evening of virtuosic tango music for the piano. Considered among the best tango musicians of his generation, Mr. Estigarribia has performed in United States, Brazil, Cuba, and Europe. For more information click here.
7:30 p.m. A Concert of Music by Czech and Russian Composers Baritone John Smalley and pianist Janis Mercer perform music by Czech and Russian masters. The program includes captivating songs by Antonín Dvořák and Modest Mussorgsky, as well as Leoš Janáček’s fiery piano sonata “From the Street” and Pavel Haas’ remarkable "Four Songs on Chinese Poetry." For more information click here.
All tickets (unless noted): $20 General, $15 Seniors/Students.For the full calendar listing of our concert series click here.