Our gallery is unique as it is within, wrapped up, intertwined with the sanctuary of our church: The Church of the Incarnation. The spaces are one, yet the functions are many. Like many sacred places all over the world and throughout the history of human civilization, our church building is a reminder of thousands of years of history and art. Though it may not look like a traditional church building, it is a special, sacred place.
How does this work; an art gallery and a place of worship? We believe "churches overflow with stories, not only the central story of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection and the ongoing stories of the liturgical year (in which sacred place and sacred time combine), but many other stories, all of which tell of God's unremittingly merciful love" (The Catholic Imagination, Andrew Greeley).