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CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION

Facility History

Not only do we participate in timeless Episcopalian rituals in our worship services, but our church building boasts a storied history as well. The Church of the Incarnation facility and grounds retain many significant memories for the congregation, community, and city. 

Preserving Great Falls Legacy

Serving Today

The Church of the Incarnation serves the Great Falls, Montana and surrounding community. 

Whether it's through Grace Haven, FISH, offering our space to local organizations, or through

financial aid or supplies to those in need, the Church of the Incarnation remains a key fixture in the community.

Together Again

Grace Haven

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FISH

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Facility Usage

Forward-Thinking

'Our Father's house has many rooms' (John 14:2), and our building is no different.
With space available for events, group meetings, music & school lessons, banquets, funerals, weddings, receptions, and more, 
the Church of the Incarnation looks forward to opening our doors and hearts to the Great Falls community and beyond.

Great Falls, Montana

Great Falls is often referred to as Montana’s basecamp as our city of just over 60,000 people is centrally located and home to an international airport. Nestled in between 4 mountain ranges, 3 rivers, 2 wilderness areas and 1 wildlife refuge, adventure is easily accessible in every direction. Did we mention we’re about halfway between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park? Great Falls makes the perfect stopover. Stretch your legs on the picturesque 53 miles of trail that runs along the famed Missouri River that goes right through town.

Great Falls offers 11 museums and over 25 wall murals that make our downtown Montana’s biggest art gallery.

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