welcome to incarnation!

We're so glad you're interested in learning more about our church. We invite you to read below to learn how our church does life together, and how you can join us. We look forward to meeting you!


    Newcomers are warmly invited to join us for a Welcome Lunch. This is a great time to meet other new folks, to ask questions in a friendly environment, and to meet the pastors. Our next welcome lunch is Sunday, May 15, immediately following the 10:30am service. Please email Beth at parishadmin@theincarnation.org to RSVP.  

  • Worship

    Join us at our new address: 75 N. Mason Street!

    Sunday mornings we gather together for worship. Our services in English are at 8:30am and 10:30am, with the 10:30 service livestreamed. Our service at 6:30pm is in Arabic, with our Kush Anglican congregation. This time is for prayer, singing, scripture and the Lord's Supper. Sunday worship services are the easiest way to enter into the life of our church. You can arrive several minutes early for the service, and a greeter will help you find your seat and answer any questions you might have. We invite children of all ages to join us in worship!

  • Small Groups

    The Kingdom of God is primarily local. We gather in Small Groups geographically to share meals, listen and pray for each other and our neighbors. Small groups are the central way we serve one another and our community. 

  • Essentials

    Essentials is a 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. Click here to learn more. The next session is TBD. 

    Email parishadmin@theincarnation.org for information on future sessions. 

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The Gospel

Our life together is a grateful response to what the Bible calls "good news." 

What's the best news you've ever heard?