Church of the Incarnation

Church of the Incarnation

Comments

Waiting for Fr. John's Sunday School
Good Morning..😊
Thank you for keeping us connected to the church.
So thankful for our church. A big thank you to all that have made these church services on line possible. A true blessing!
CotI 'Breakfast show' (for you Texas lot) on the Beeb! Wed 15 Apr 15.30 BST / 09.30 CDT:
Beautiful ceremony💕
The link to the Bulletin for the 11:15 Traditional service is giving a File not found error message...
If anyone in the Addison area (near Incarnation North) needs help running errands, getting groceries, or getting prescriptions please don't hesitate to contact me via Facebook Messenger. I'm available after 5pm if need be
Thank you, Church of the Incarnation, for the live stream of this morning's service. My heart needed it.
This book is different in the sense it goes through each chapter in Revelation starting from chapter one of Revelation to Chapter 22 and the second difference is it has Gentiles and Jews here during the great Tribulation according to Scripture. Below is a preview of the book The apostle Paul tells us in 2 Corinthians 5: 8 (KJV): "We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.” This passage explains that when we are absent from the body, in case of death we are then taken to the presence of the Lord and, according to the book of Luke, angels will carry us to the presence of the Lord. Luke 16:22 (KJV): “And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham's bosom: the rich man also died and was buried.” We see the angels carrying Lazarus into the bosom of Abraham who was in Paradise, and we know that when Jesus died he took Paradise to heaven. Luke 23: 42-43 (KJV): “And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou come into thy kingdom. And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, today shalt thou be with me in paradise. Then how do the dead in Christ rise first if they are already in the presence of the Lord? The rapture is the reunion of the spirit with our bodies, but many people’s body who already died are in graves here on earth. So, in the rapture, those who are still alive will see dead bodies raising from the grave. 1 Thessalonians 4: 16-17 “For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.” When Jesus will come, those who are already dead will enter into new bodies after the Holy Spirit raises them up.” 1 Corinthians 15: 52 (KJV): “In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.” This scenario will appear like the modern version of a TV show "The zombie apocalypse," but it will convert to Christ many unbelievers as they will witness something supernatural. Revelation 11:11 “And after three days and a half the Spirit of life from God entered into them, and they stood upon their feet; and great fear fell upon them which saw them.” The Holy Spirit will raise the bodies from the grave as He did in Romans 8:11 (KJV): “But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwelleth in you, he that raised up Christ Jesus from the dead shall give life also to your mortal bodies through his Spirit that dwelleth in you.” So fear will fall on anyone seeing the dead bodies raising from the graves joining with the spirits who descended from Jesus as He returns, but those frighten people will give glory to God and become saved. Revelation 11:13 (KJV): “And the same hour was there a great earthquake, and the tenth part of the city fell, and in the earthquake were slain of men seven thousand: and the remnant were affrighted and gave glory to the God of heaven.” The frighten ones will reign in the thousand-year reign. Zechariah 14:2-4 and Revelation 16:14-16 is the battle of Armageddon and after the battle. Zechariah 14:16 (KJV): “And it shall come to pass, that every one that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles.” We know that eventually not all of them will stay true to the Lord and will follow Satan, as we show scriptures in our book of the events. Those who will turn their back on God will be tormented with Satan in the Lake of Fire with the rest of the dead. The description of the end time scenario of our book is different from the traditional movies and popular interpretations of the rapture. Commonly, movies that took inspiration from popular doctrines portrayed the rapture by omitting the divine sequence of the prophecy - when scriptures are overlooked - and display a scenario of missing people all of sudden, leaving desolate images after that. So, let the Word of God speaks as it proceeded out of His mouth and as He revealed it to us in a divine and perfect order. Comparing scriptures with scriptures, as taught in 1 Corinthians 2:13, we can be assured that it is God's spirit guiding us in the interpretation of the prophecy to stay firm within the Word that God provided for us. You can check the book out at www.theburgerministry.com or https://www.royandjuliaburger.com/book/ or https://www.westbowpress.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-001161634 Thank you Roy & Julia Burger
Matthew 7:21 - How Christian is America? Read: 404 prayers:
#uptownunplugged

Church of the Incarnation offers two locations in Dallas for you and your family to worship, grow, serve, and connect with the community. Main Campus at 3966 McKinney Ave & North Campus at 12727 Hillcrest Dr. Check us out at Incarnation.org!

Mission: As the body of Christ, we seek to be God’s hands and feet in the world, putting the love of Jesus into action all around us. The way in which we believe Church of the Incarnation is called to do that is through these four mission points: Worship in the Great Tradition of the Church, Grow Disciples of Jesus Christ, Serve the Poor, Raise up Christian Leaders for the Renewal of the Church

Morning Prayer, Friday, June 19, 2020

Morning Prayer led by Canon Austin begins, at 8 a.m., on page 40 of the Prayer Book. Today's Psalm is #88, on page 712. I will announce page numbers as we go along.

Please welcome to our staff Drew Crowson, our new⁠ Young Adults & 75204 Student Life Coordinator! Through a generous specific grant, we are delighted to add him to our team for the next year. Drew is a native of North Texas and has served in ministry in places as far as Germany and the Middle East and closer to home in Alabama. Drew is married to Sarah, and they have one young daughter

Morning Prayer, Thurs, June 18, 2020

Morning Prayer led by Fr Victor Austin. We begin, at 8am, on page 40 of the Prayer Book. Our Psalm today is #83, page 706. (I'll announce page numbers as we go along.)

News, Noon Prayers & Poem: Happiness Edition

[06/17/20]   Last week in our Catechism class, we talked about how the Church as Christ’s body shares in his ministry. But what is that ministry? And what exactly does that look like in our tradition? Is there a Biblical basis for bishops and priests? What about deacons?

Join us 10:15AM Sunday!

-----------
Handout: https://bit.ly/3da5Bxe

Wednesday Morning Prayer

Morning Prayer with Father Thomas Kincaid

Morning Prayer with Fr. Jon

Welcome to morning prayer with Fr. Jon.

Follow along with Rite 2 here:  https://bcponline.org/DailyOffice/mp2.html or starting on p.79 of your BCP

Readings today are from the book of Numbers and the gospel according to Saint Matthew. 

Traditional Service, June 14, 2020

Catechism (Week 11): The Church

Join us again this week as we make our way through the Catechism. This week we look at what is the Church? Now, if you remember your church history, you will remember that the various denominations of our day exist because we all have different interpretations of Scripture. So, what is God’s plan in the midst of all this division? How can we continue to affirm “one, holy catholic and apostolic church” as the creeds say? And what does it mean for us to be members of Christ's body?

--------
Handout: https://bit.ly/2AZ7PSU

Contemporary Service, June 14, 2020

fe40ac2365174625e72e-3d45f0d6ceec2b05fc6434941df0ab1b.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com

Good morning, Church Family. We are so glad you could worship with us today!

If you plan on attending the 9 am Contemporary Service, you will not need a bulletin, as all items necessary will be on the screen while you watch!

We hope you will join us for our 10:20 am Adult Sunday School continuing our Catechism class.

You can also join us for the 11:15 am Traditional Service, and download the bulletin here:https://fe40ac2365174625e72e-3d45f0d6ceec2b05fc6434941df0ab1b.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com/uploaded/i/0e10532069_1591894884_incarnation-traditional-06142020.pdf

fe40ac2365174625e72e-3d45f0d6ceec2b05fc6434941df0ab1b.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com

Church of the Incarnation has joined a local nonprofit to serve as a site distributor for produce, dairy, and meat, feeding 400 hungry families in Dallas every Thursday for the next six months. The government has funded getting food from farmers to families in need rather than having that food plowed under or otherwise wasted. This has a multifaceted impact on our nation in that it is paying farmers and getting packers/processors/truck drivers back to work while providing food to families who are in desperate need. Incarnation’s distribution site will serve our ministry partners, area schools, and surrounding community in unprecedented ways.

This is the impact of your generosity. Thank you.

Morning Prayer, Friday, June 12

Morning Prayer at 8 am. Welcome and please join us on p. 79 of the Book of Common Prayer or www.bcponline.org (Daily Office-Morning Prayer-Rite II).

Today we commemorate the life and ministry of St. Barnabas, apostle to the Gentiles with St. Paul.

Readings:

Psalm 15
Ecclesiasticus 31:1-11
Acts 4 32-37

Parishioners may collect Holy Communion for at-home distribution from the Main Campus porte cochére by prior arrangement. The bread for this purpose will be consecrated at the Sunday morning services and should be administered that afternoon. Link in bio.⁠

Register before 12 noon on Friday. Late registrations cannot be accommodated. ⁠

#IncarnationDFW #EDOD #AnglicanCommunion #HolyCommunion #AtHomeCommunion #TheBodyOfChrist

Morning Prayer, Wednesday June 10 with Fr. Jon

Welcome to morning prayer with Fr. Jon.

Follow along with Rite 2 here:  https://bcponline.org/DailyOffice/mp2.html or starting on p.79 of your BCP

Readings today are from the book of Ecclesiastes in the gospel according to Saint Matthew. 

[06/10/20]   MORNING PRAYER: We are experiencing technical difficulties this morning with choppy video and audio. I will record today’s Morning Prayer service and post here as soon as it is ready. Sorry for the delay!

- Fr. Jon

Keep church in your summer plans! We invite you to check out what's going on at Incarnation this summer. https://incarnation.org/events/

#IncarnationDFW #EDOD #Episcopal #AnglicanCommunion #Summer #SummerLovin #SummerDaze

Morning Prayer

Theology Live with Brandon Cleaver

Does the Bible condone slavery and racism?

Welcome to morning prayer with Fr. Jon.

Follow along here:  https://bcponline.org/DailyOffice/mp2.html or starting on p.79 of your BCP

Readings today are from the book of Ecclesiastes in the gospel according to Saint Matthew. 

Traditional Service, June 7, 2020

Trinity Sunday Traditional Worship Service

Contemporary Service, June 7, 2020

Trinity Sunday Contemporary Worship

fe40ac2365174625e72e-3d45f0d6ceec2b05fc6434941df0ab1b.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com

What a wonderful Sunday to share with you!

Please join us for the Contemporary Service at 9 am (bulletin here):
https://fe40ac2365174625e72e-3d45f0d6ceec2b05fc6434941df0ab1b.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com/uploaded/i/0e10500630_1591223417_incarnation-contemporary-06-07-2020.pdf

Adult Sunday School at 10:20 am (handout here):
r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001hINZvZ7_KQHzWyCQ3CIMSttizGo1G-Q4KeSGYPNkkysKyRY_sKRuQECKEoh-McX8GCFgVg4IcFPMhqO71Z0-TIKMVSDJXpJWQlxsTts-FyluSiixmWZZggVCzBB3H2h1bMMn4KjWlwOUstNwBrMUdjEwyMhs4CdFd6au5r1bs-rZO9jamXpxfe8uiX1-aGTDH2O_hnh1FBjimJte8_Ox4njnaSPJIGS0-wzy2gcdJi7cfl78ydKWwIAs9Xxhiv4-icgVQcrxgkqVEy-FquuBeIQDnQ6n4oYkqfSnMlcpEFiQB_hC6w00mWPZcrC9qgqlE7onWCQxF54=&c=WCHJ5VK6zKLg5yzaRwyp4C7v37x1yEQRmc52DAdH-XOABj466d1iKA==&ch=EL4x1UcRm-CA_0iypwC1vLIcGVu6eaNsb7AwAxQylASVFvjjtjYC5Q==

Or, for the Traditional Service at 11:15 am (bulletin here):
https://fe40ac2365174625e72e-3d45f0d6ceec2b05fc6434941df0ab1b.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com/uploaded/i/0e10500631_1591223417_incarnation-traditional-06-07-2020.pdf

fe40ac2365174625e72e-3d45f0d6ceec2b05fc6434941df0ab1b.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com

Light from the stained glass falls on the altar in Ascension Chapel this morning. Services this Sunday June 7: 7:30 am outdoor (in person) services at the Main Campus and the North Campus; followed by Facebook Live broadcasts of our Contemporary 9 am service and our Traditional 11:15 am service. (Organ prelude at 11:05 am). Photo credit: John Monger.

For more than 20 years, Church of the Incarnation has hosted Theology Live, an event where we gather together for a fun night of music and a lively theological talk featuring sought-after speakers and experts followed by an engaging Q&A every Monday night in June. While 2020, brings you Theology Live via Facebook Live, the topics and speakers are more important than ever before. Join us on Monday, June 8 at 7 pm to hear RZIM Speaker, Brandon Cleaver, share compelling thoughts about the Bible and Slavery. Incarnation provides opportunities like Theology Live to stretch our minds and open our hearts.

This is the impact of your generosity. Thank you.

Welcome to Morning Prayer (in the park). Join us in the Book of Common Prayer on page 79. Morning Prayer is also available online at www.bcponline.org

Today we remember Boniface, Archbishop of Mainz, Missionary to Germany, and Martyer, 754

Readings:

Psalm 40
Ecclesiastes 5:1-7
Matthew 14:22-36

We are excited to see you in person again, for another outdoor service, this time celebrating the Feast of Trinity Sunday. Join us this weekend—Sunday, June 7 at 7:30 am at either the North or Main Campus for a socially distanced service.⁠

Find more details on what to expect on our FAQ Page. We can't wait to see you there!⁠
https://incarnation.org/article/outdoor-worship-faqs/

**Don't worry—our regularly scheduled online services will still continue!⁠

#IncarnationDFW #EDOD #AnglicanCommunion #TogetherInPerson #WorshipTogether #SunriseService #SonriseService #OutdoorService #MassOnTheGrass #TrinitySunday #FeastOfTrinitySunday #HolyTrinity #BlessedTrinity

incarnation.org

| Church of the Incarnation

Please note that the Wednesday Night Hebrews Bible Study is on hiatus until July. Please see our event calendar at incarnation.org/events for more offerings.

incarnation.org Church of the Incarnation

News, noon prayers at the end of a hard week in America, and a shocking poem.

Parishioners may collect Holy Communion for at-home distribution from the Main Campus porte cochére by prior arrangement. The bread for this purpose will be consecrated at the Sunday morning services and should be administered that afternoon.

Register before 12 noon on Friday. Late registrations cannot be accommodated. ⁠

https://incarnation.infellowship.com/UserLogin/Index?ReturnUrl=%2fForms%2f440407

#IncarnationDFW #EDOD #AnglicanCommunion #HolyCommunion #AtHomeCommunion #TheBodyOfChrist

Wednesday Morning Prayer

Although Vacation Bible School will look and feel a little different, our mission is still the same. Children and families will learn a lot about Jesus and have fun doing so! So join us for BOLT VBS at HOME!
https://incarnation.org/summer-2020/⁠

⁠#IncarnationDFW #Episcopal #AnglicanCommunion⁠ #EDOD #CFM #Kids #VBS #Family ⁠#VacationBibleSchool #BoltBackyard #VBSAtHome

Want your place of worship to be the top-listed Place Of Worship in Dallas?

Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.

Videos (show all)

Morning Prayer, Friday, June 19, 2020
Sermon: What do you love?
Sermon: A Parable of Two Men, and a Sermon About Two Altars
Morning Prayer, Thurs, June 18, 2020
Catechism (Week 12): Ministry
Wednesday Morning Prayer
Morning Prayer with Father Thomas Kincaid
Morning Prayer with Fr. Jon
Traditional Service, June 14, 2020
Catechism (Week 11): The Church

Location

Telephone

Address


3966 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX
75204

General information

A large program-sized parish that feels like a small church, knitted together by friendships that often last a lifetime. A Great Tradition Church which places before the contemporary world the Word of God in its authentic, continuous living apostolic tradition; sane and balanced; organically connected to the life of the Early Church through its bishops and priests; rejoicing in the full western liturgical and theological heritage. Incarnation is the real deal.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 13:00
Sunday 17:00 - 18:00
Sunday 07:30 - 12:30
Other Episcopal Churches in Dallas (show all)
St. John's Episcopal Church Dallas St. John's Episcopal Church Dallas
848 Harter Rd
Dallas, 75218

Nurturing faith, inspiring hope, and growing in love as we worship God, make disciples and serve East Dallas and the world. Service times at www.stjohnsepiscopal.org.

St. James Episcopal Church Dallas St. James Episcopal Church Dallas
9845 McCree Rd
Dallas, 75238

St. James is a growing parish in the Lake Highlands neighborhood of East Dallas and a member of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas.

Church of The Holy Communion Episcopal Church of The Holy Communion Episcopal
17405 Muirfield Dr
Dallas, 75287-7437

Good Samaritan Episcopal Church Good Samaritan Episcopal Church
1522 Highland Rd
Dallas, 75218

Good Samaritan is an Episcopal Church in the Anglican tradition dedicated to discerning and following the will of Christ in the world.

The Chapel of the Cross The Chapel of the Cross
4333 Cole Ave
Dallas, 75205

A traditional Anglican parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church (ACNA)

The Episcopal Church of Saint Thomas the Apostle (Dallas, Texas) The Episcopal Church of Saint Thomas the Apostle (Dallas, Texas)
6525 Inwood Rd
Dallas, 75209

Our doors are open to all. This is the inclusiveness that distinguishes our church's past and promises to further enrich its future.

Saint Michael And All Angels Episcopal Church Saint Michael And All Angels Episcopal Church
8011 Douglas Ave
Dallas, 75225

Our fifteen services during the week for all ages range from meditative to exuberant and traditional to modern. Learn more: http://bit.ly/GTJlE1

Canterbury Communities Canterbury Communities
1630 N Garrett Ave.
Dallas, 75206

Canterbury Communities is the ministry to college age young people of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, TX.

Saint Michael and All Angels Youth Ministry Saint Michael and All Angels Youth Ministry
8011 Douglas Ave
Dallas, 75225

The official page of Youth Ministry at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church

Our Saviour Dallas Our Saviour Dallas
1616 N Jim Miller Rd
Dallas, 75217

Our Saviour..believing in his Word..trusting in our Faith..demonstrating his Love..to the Honor and Glory of his Holy Name.

Episcopal Diocese of Dallas Episcopal Diocese of Dallas
1630 N Garrett Ave
Dallas, 75206

We are the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas with more than 70 parishes and ministries in the North Texas area working together to share in Christ's love.

The Stanton Center for Ministry Formation The Stanton Center for Ministry Formation
5100 Ross Ave
Dallas, 75206

Equipping the laity of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas to serve God in His church and the world.