Through daily prayer and worship, Bible and book studies, guest lecturers, retreats, and classes with our Director-Theologian, each Fellow grows deeper in their walk with Christ and learns how to lead others on the journey.

The Incarnation Fellows participate in Sunday worship, Morning and Evening Prayer, and Compline. These services are treasures of the Anglican spiritual tradition and are prayed by Christians for centuries and around the world. They include ancient prayers, daily recitation of the Psalms, and engaging with portions of the Bible.

Each week through meaningful dialogue, they explore current events and modern day issues through the lens of Biblical principles and Christian teachings provided by theologians, clergy, and lay leaders.

They also share weekly meals in the homes of members of Church of the Incarnation. These Monday night dinners provide life-giving fellowship, a place for authentic conversations, and offer practical life skills that range from finance management to relationship development.

In addition to worship, education, and life skills, fellows grow in their relationship with Christ through service in and through the church. Jesus taught that when we serve our neighbors we’re serving Christ too, and growing closer to Him.