Episcopal Campus Ministry at Arizona State University
A Campus Ministry at ASU Polytechnic
Incarnation is a campus ministry sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona, and part of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Incarnation is not simply for students in the Episcopal Church, but anyone who seeks to ask questions, explore various expressions of the Christianity, and deepen their own life of faith and service.
Incarnation seeks fruitful dialog and partnerships with various faith traditions represented on campus. As a matter of hospitality, all are welcome to pray and meditate in the Incarnation House according to their own tradition.
Open and Affirming
Incarnation offers a radical welcome to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Straight persons, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, class, ability, economic, or educational status.
Incarnation seeks to not merely admire Jesus, but to imitate Jesus. We do this through performing acts of compassion, seeking social justice, and building stronger bonds of community. We seek to find the proclamation of the Gospel particular to this time and place.
The Incarnation House
Incarnation House is the site for the campus ministry’s worship and meals. It is also where the priest’s office is located. Incarnation House also serves a number of functions in the ASU Polytechnic community. We have a chapel set aside for Christian worship—yet open to all—and another interfaith prayer room/meditation studio. If you are looking for a moment of quiet contemplation, meditation, mindfulness exercise, or prayer — regardless of faith tradition, or perhaps of no religious tradition at all—you are most welcome here. Incarnation House is located on the south edge of the North Desert Village, next to the UPS store. The house is open 9am – noon, Monday through Friday, and by appointment.
What do we do?
Daily Prayer and Holy Communion
(En Español on Thursdays)
Dinner and Conversation with
Dinner and Bible Study
The Food Pantry
We are a food pantry addressing food insecurity at Arizona State Univeristy. We serve ASU students, faculty, staff, and affiliates, and those who reside south of Ray Road, east of Power Road, north of Pecos Road, and west of Sossaman Road in zip code 85212
Seeing a Chaplain
Chaplains serve a number of spiritual and sacramental needs for the campus community. A short and incomplete list of the things a chaplain may help a member of the campus community with include:
questions about faith
social justice work
visiting the sick
discernment of vocation
living in community
spiritual and life crises
supporting prayer life
weddings and marriage
...and many more.
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