Our Plan for Reopening

Whether you're already a part of Incarnation or you're new to church, we'd love to welcome you to worship with us on Sunday mornings in-person or online! Check out our three-step plan for moving back to in-person worship.


If you would like to meet with one of our pastors for prayer for yourself or others, counsel, request for assistance (spiritual, financial, physical, emotional, relational, etc.), or just to catch up, please let us know.

Click here to email our church office with a request to meet with one of our pastors.

Connect online

Every week, Sunday worship services continue to be livestreamed. We hope you'll also take advantage of these other ways to stay connected. 

  • Meet with a pastor

    The pastoral staff at Incarnation are available to you at various times throughout the week. If you would like to meet for prayer for yourself or someone else, counsel, request for assistance (spiritual, financial, physical, emotional, etc.), or just to catch up, please let us know. (For emergencies, you are always welcome to contact us immediately and directly.) To make an appointment, please email us (church@theincarnation.org) or call us (540-432-5533).

  • Give

    You can give financially to support the work of Incarnation. Click here for online, text, mail, and several other giving options.

  • Give + Receive Care

    Please visit this page to learn how you can give and receive care. 

Serving your children

Although in-person worship has restarted, Incarnation's children's programming is currently suspended.

We know it's tough for parents to wait until these ministries get started again. In the meantime, click here for ideas and resources for your kids.

For more information on what you can expect from our children's ministry once we return to our normal worship schedule, click here

Worship. Community. Work.

Your Body Matters

Liturgical worship helps our bodies and souls experience God. 


Your Relationships Matter

We are a community of friends who have become family because of the Lord Jesus Christ.


Your Work Matters

We use our work to bring God's right-rule to our lives, neighborhoods, and relationships.

A Church for the friendly city

The Church of the Incarnation is a community of friends who are family because of Jesus Christ.  He is the reason we gather each week to worship as we pray and sing, learn and talk, eat and drink and laugh.  We follow Jesus and we seek to love and serve our city and valley together.  Would you like to join us?

We know how hard it is to feel connected to God and to your community.  We share practical tools to grow in your relationship with Jesus, and connect you to others who are working to bring God's kingdom to Harrisonburg, the Valley, and the world at large.

We have a variety of ways for you to learn and grow.  Sunday morning worship is the easiest way to enter into the life of the church. From there, we invite you to join us for our visitor lunches; meals shared after Sunday worship where we connect and share the story of God's work in Harrisonburg and in our church.  We also offer a 5-week Bible study called Essentials that teaches the essentials of Christianity and shares the vision of our church.  Lastly, we gather weekly in our small groups.  Small groups share meals, listen, and pray for each other and our neighborhoods. They're one of the main ways we serve one another and our neighbors.

Our hope doesn't rest in our own strength or ability.  Our hope comes from the love, mercy, and grace of God that we've seen in the risen Lord Jesus.  We share this good news and we see our lives and the life of our community being changed.  By following Jesus and the way of his cross, we are able to offer self-giving, sacrificial love.  We see this in our church through faithful marriages, homes full of laughter and children with full hearts that love God and neighbor.

Whether you're a long-time churchgoer or just beginning to investigate Jesus, 

we invite you to join with us in the renewal of all things.  

Would you like to join us?

We share our lives organically and institutionally.  We gather for worship on Sunday mornings and throughout the week in our small groups.  Our church has been blessed with deep and meaningful friendships that cross generational and cultural divides.

  • We gather for worship Sunday mornings at 8:30 and 10:30am.

    God inhabits the praises of his people, this time is for prayer, singing, scripture and – eventually! – Eucharist. Sunday morning worship is the easiest way to enter into the life of our church.

  • The Kingdom of God is primarily local.  We gather in Small Groups geographically so we can meet the spiritual and practical needs of our communities.

  • Essentials

    Essentials is our 5-week Bible study that will introduce you to the heart and mission of our church.  This study teaches the essentials of the Christian faith and is perfect for Christians and those who are exploring the faith.