We encourage all adults to get plugged in to a ministry at Incarnation. Through our Sunday and weekday classes and Bible studies, Community Life Groups, and Growth Groups, every person is provided an opportunity to build key relationships that can last a lifetime. Community is an important part of life at Incarnation. Together, you become renewed in your faith.
We also encourage you to get involved by serving each other during worship and serving the poor in our community. We hope you will connect with us so we can help get you plugged in where it best meets your needs.
Sunday School starts at 10:20 am sandwiched by our 9 am and 11:15 am services. We have a brief time of fellowship followed by Sunday school for all ages. We encourage you to join us for a cup of coffee, drop your kids off at a class for their age, and then sit in on any adult class.
June & July at 10:20 am
A Walk in Philippians [June]
Room 205, Education Building
Paul’s letter to the Philippians has one of the most well-known, yet misused verses of the Bible: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”. What exactly is this epistle about? Join the clergy as we do a Sunday School class in June going through the entire book of Philippians.
Join the clergy as we do a Sunday School class in June going through the entire book of Philippians.
We will take a look at Paul’s reasons for writing the letter, but also why Paul still has faith even though he is in prison.
This passage is one of Paul’s greatest Christological statements in all his writings, but he also has an important application for Christians everywhere. What is it?
What does Godly fellowship, brotherhood look like, especially in a church that experiences suffering and persecution?
Paul’s wholehearted and righteous pursuit of God is a model for all of us. But why did he live this way? What does this say about our tendency towards a lukewarm or nominal faith?
Not only are Paul’s final instructions for the Philippians, final instructions for us, but his farewells shows us a church that strives towards unity and godliness. How do we live in the same way?
Hot Topics! Mary Edition [July]
Room 205, Education Building
There’s just something about (the Blessed Virgin) Mary! Since the Reformation, Mary has been either ignored on one side, or dogmatized on the other. Is there a middle way? Our hope is to learn more about Mary, Jesus’ mother, as a way to understand God’s hope for us, the Church.
What does it mean to say that Mary is the Mother of God?
Why do some Christians believe that Mary was born sinless? Why does this matter for us today?
Is it true that Mary remained a virgin for her entire life? What about the Bible references to Jesus’ brothers and sisters?
Up to Heaven
What does Mary’s going up to heaven (Assumption) have to do with our spiritual destinies?
Sundays, September 8 to December 8 at 10:20 am
Deep Roots: WORSHIP
Part of Incarnation’s five Deep Roots Discipleship Classes. Topics cover the Nicene Creed, Sacraments, and understanding the Eucharistic Liturgy and actions. For anyone who wants to deepen their worship experience.
Deep Roots: LEAD/GIVE
Part of Incarnation’s five Deep Roots Discipleship Classes. Topics include Christian leadership, the Great Commission, and a theology of stewardship. For anyone pursuing Christian leadership in the Church.
Bringing Faith Home: Parenting Class
How do we teach our kids to pray and read the Bible? How do we impart Christian values and morals to them? A facilitated discussion and class for parents of infants to high school seniors, to bring the faith home to their kids.
Rev. Chase Skorburg, Room 114
September 22 to October 6 only. A Baptism prep class for all parents seeking baptism for their children.
Boundaries for your Soul
Naomi Sundara and Robin Little, Room 119
As a Christian, you can turn your shame to joy, your anger to advocacy, and your inner critic into your biggest champion; but how? Book and workbook provided with prior registration only.
Romans Bible Study
Ellen & George Palmer, Room 209
A Bible study on St Paul’s most well-known and world changing epistle.
7 pm – Mondays in June
The Ginger Man 2718 Boll St (back patio)
Theology Live is an annual event held Monday nights in June at the Uptown Ginger Man Pub. Hot theological topics are presented by guest speakers in the comfort of the beer garden.
The event begins with short discourse by the speaker on the scheduled topic, followed by a short break to replenish pints and bites. We then move to a round of Q&A, including a few short remarks and raffles for door prizes provided by the Ginger Man and other sponsors.
Afterward, many stay to further discuss the night’s topic.
America’s Better Angels: Good Discussions in an Age of Bad Disagreement
Christians have a common faith even though they might disagree with each other on a variety of topics. How can we learn to disagree with each other with truth and grace, in an age where discussions quickly boil down to personal attacks and heated emotional exchanges? This year’s Theology Live will have a variety of speakers discussing topics while modeling Christian grace and truth as they disagree charitably with each other.
Race Relations in Our Political Age
Justice, Crime, & the Death Penalty
Pardon the Interruption!
Reaching Across the Aisle: Leadership in an Age of Political Division
Pastor Carl’s Bible Study
Tuesdays, 12-1 pm
Education Building, Room 119
Join us as Pastor Carl Anderson takes us through a book of the Bible. Previous content included the Psalms, the minor prophets, and more recently, Galatians.
Greek Reading Group
Tuesday Summer Sessions:
June 18, July 9 & 30, and August 20; 12-1:30 pm
Education Building, Room 207
After going through the Creed and the Lord’s Prayer, we will be going through a book of the Bible, specifically, Mark’s Gospel.
Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 am
Education Building, Room 119
Understanding the redemptive narrative of Scripture by studying the weekly passages of the Lectionary.
Women’s Bible Study
Wednesdays, 9:30-11 am – June 19 – July 24 only
Education Building, Room 205
All Incarnation women and friends are invited to join. Nursery provided. We are studying Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s “Life Together.”
Wednesdays, 1-2 pm
Garrett Hall, The Parlor
Scripture lesson study and prayer appointed by the Lectionary.
Get together with others for food, fellowship, prayer, and spiritually focused study that is designed to help you grow more mature in your faith and relationship with God.
Young Adults at Incarnation are composed of Millennials and younger members of Generation X who meet regularly for worship, teaching, and fellowship. We may be single or married, in school or working, and arrive from all different backgrounds.
MANna is Incarnation’s Men’s discipleship ministry. Our goal is to teach men how to pray using the Book of Common Prayer (BCP), and how to study our Bibles. Every fall, we do a BCP & Bible Bootcamp. Every spring, we do an engaged, straight-up, old-school, Bible Study. We also have good beer and scotch.
FALL 2019 – Thursdays at 7:30 pm
Classes meet in Education Building, Room 205. Social events meet off-site.
- Thursday, August 22 Kick-Off at Bishop Cidercade [Info & Registration]
- Thursday, August 29 BCP & Bible Bootcamp I
- Thursday, September 5 BCP & Bible Bootcamp II
- Thursday, September 12 BCP & Bible Bootcamp III
- Thursday, September 19 BCP & Bible Bootcamp IV
- Thursday, September 26 Social: Bad Axe Throwing [Info & Registration]
- Thursday, October 3 BCP & Bible Bootcamp V
- Thursday, October 10 BCP & Bible Bootcamp VI
- Thursday, October 17 BCP & Bible Bootcamp VII
- Thursday, October 24 Social: Bowl & Barrel [Info & Registration]
- Thursday, October 31 Break
- Thursday, November 7 BCP & Bible Bootcamp VIII
- Thursday, November 14 BCP & Bible Bootcamp IX
- Thursday, November 21 Social: Can You Rob The Bank? [Info & Registration]