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Pentecost Sunday, May 31, 2020

Worship


Communion

Register before 12 noon on Friday, May 29 to collect Holy Communion on Sunday for at-home distribution.


7:30 AM

Outdoor Worship Service

A simple worship service of Holy Communion will be offered on Pentecost Sunday, May 31 at 7:30 am at Main and North Campuses. Please check the Outdoor Worship FAQs for more info on safety precautions, seating, weather issues, and more.


Celebrate Pentecost with powerful worship led by Becky Middleton, Casey Reid, and the Uptown Band singing Pentecost-themed songs such as Holy Spirit and King of Kings as well as favorite hymn Because He Lives for communion. For offertory, they have a poignant special Let The Heavens Open, by Kari Jobe, inviting the Holy Spirit to come and move in our hearts. Expect to hear songs by Hillsong, Housefires, and Will Reagan.

View Contemporary Service at 9 am on Sunday


Join us online for the feast of Pentecost, when we celebrate the descent of the Holy Spirit. We will sing favorite Pentecost hymns including Hail thee, festival day and Come down, O Love divine. The choir will sing beautiful anthems by Mozart and Tallis, and Graham Schultz will play fiery voluntaries by Duruflé and King.

View Traditional Service at 11:15 am on Sunday


11:15 AM

Pentecost Choral Evensong

Livestream on Facebook at 5 pm »

If you are already a regular at Choral Evensong, you will not want to miss this special webcast; and if you've never been before, give it a try. We think you will find it to be a deeply meaningful form of worship. Join us online for Choral Evensong to celebrate the feast of Pentecost. Consisting of a pattern of prayers, readings, and music, Evensong is a beautiful and beloved sung form of the Daily Office, and lasts less than 45 minutes. It is a particularly Anglican form of worship, and its liturgy is virtually unchanged since it appeared in the first Book of Common Prayer in 1549. The choir will sing festive music by Gerre Hancock, George Dyson, and Edward Elgar.

View Choral Evensong at 5 pm on Sunday


Sunday School


10:20 AM

Adult Sunday School

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10:20 AM

Children/Youth Sunday School Video Links & Download Resources

Children

The Holy Spirit: VideoStoryActivity PageColoring Pages


Previous Livestreams

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Sunday, May 24, 2020

WORSHIP

Becky Middleton and Casey Reid will lead the Uptown Band this week with a day of special worship song duets. They will lead favorite songs like All He Says I Am, the poignant Beautiful Things, and Great Are You Lord. Expect to hear songs by All Sons & Daughters, Gateway, and Brian & Katie Torwalt.

View Contemporary Service at 9 am on Sunday


Join us online for Ascension Sunday, the day we celebrate the end of Christ's earthly ministry and his bodily ascension into heaven. Celebratory hymns include Hail the day that sees him rise, The head that once was crowned with thornsand See the Conqueror mounts in triumph. The choir will sing festive anthems by Frederick Candlyn and Harold Darke, and Scott Dettra will play sparkling voluntaries by Bach—the Prelude & Fugue in D major, and the Toccata in F.

View Traditional Service at 11:15 am on Sunday


A Look at the Catechism

Why bother with the Creeds? Why do we have them in our Worship services? What’s wrong with just believing in the Bible? Do the creeds add something to the Bible? These and many more questions will be answered this Sunday as we continue our Sunday School Class on the Catechism. We will look at the next section in the Catechism which is the Creeds. It is an unusually short section, but it begs many questions that we will answer! Tune in on Facebook at 10:20 am!

View Adult Sunday School at 10:20 am

View Adult Sunday School class at 10:20 am

Catechism (Week 8): The Creeds

Why bother with the Creeds? Why do we have them in our Worship services? What’s wrong with just believing in the Bible? Do the creeds add something to the Bible? These and many more questions will be answered this Sunday as we continue our Sunday School Class on the Catechism. We will be looking at the next section in the Catechism which are the Creeds. It is an unusually short section. But it begs many big questions! Join us this Sunday for our Adult Sunday School class! -------------------------------- Handout: https://bit.ly/2ZnU2PI

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Thursday, May 21, 2020



Sunday, May 17, 2020

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Our preacher is Lord Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury (you may remember that he presided at the marriages of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles and later at the marriage of William and Kate). He is one of the great Christian figures of our generation. A widely published author and preacher, Lord Williams, who is fluent in eleven languages, is known for his depth and obvious holiness. This is a sermon not to be missed!

WORSHIP

Becky Middleton and Casey Reid will lead our Uptown band with the highly requested worship song “Raise A Hallelujah.” They have a few specials for you this week including “Christ The Lord Is With Me,” a beautifully poignant song from Steffany Gretzinger’s (Bethel) new album, and the high energy, folk-infused “God So Loved” by We The Kingdom. Expect to hear songs by Housefires, Bethel, and Page CXVI.

View Contemporary Service at 9 am on Sunday


Join us online as we celebrate the Sixth Sunday of Easter, commonly called Rogation Sunday. The choir will sing Richard Shephard's jubilant anthem 'The Easter Song of Praise,' as well as Edward Elgar's beautiful setting of the 14th-century Eucharistic text 'Ave serum corpus.' Graham Schultz will play organ voluntaries by Edward Bairstow and Charles Villiers Stanford.

View Traditional Service at 11:15 am on Sunday


A Look at the Catechism

This week, we learn about the New Covenant, according to the BCP's catechism. The best way to understand the New Covenant is to compare it with how the Catechism explains the Old Covenant--God's relationship with the Hebrew people as it is described in the Old Testament. But what makes the New Covenant "new"? How does it help us understand who Jesus is and what he has done for us according to Scripture?

View Adult Sunday School at 10:20 am

View Adult Sunday School class at 10:20 am

Catechism (Week 7): The New Covenant

Join us this Sunday for our Adult Sunday School class! This week, we learn about the New Covenant, according to the BCP's catechism. The best way to understand the New Covenant is to compare it with how the Catechism explains the Old Covenant--God's relationship with the Hebrew people as it is described in the Old Testament. But what makes the New Covenant "new"? How does it help us understand who Jesus is and what he has done for us according to Scripture? ----------------------------------------- Handout: https://bit.ly/3dRp32P

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Tuesday, May 12, 2020



Sunday, May 10, 2020

Sunday, May 10, 2020

MOTHER'S DAY

Moms, join us at 10:20 am on Sunday for a special event with tons of fellowship that will hit the spot – including a chance to win a GrubHub gift card! Register now and we will send you the Zoom meeting link and password to participate.


WORSHIP

Celebrating Mother’s Day with you this Sunday, Becky Middleton and Casey Reid will lead our Uptown band with some of the most popular worship songs today like the high energy This Is Amazing Grace (Phil Wickham) and current chart-topper, The Blessing (Kari Jobe), that is especially poignant for this season. For offertory, they will perform the soulful Lauren Daigle song Look Up Child. Be sure to hang around for the end of the service for a special Mother’s Day treat with the old school classic Mama Said.

View Contemporary Service at 9 am on Sunday


Our Eastertide journey continues for the Fifth Sunday of Easter and Mother's Day with favorite hymns, such as Immortal, invisible, God only wise and Praise, my soul, the King of heaven. The choir will sing John Rutter's heartwarming setting of For the beauty of the earth, a text that reminds us—along with the day's Epistle reading—that every perfect gift of beauty and joy comes from God. It also reminds us specifically to give thanks for the joy of familial love, on this day that we celebrate all the mother's in our parish.

View Traditional Service at 11:15 am on Sunday


NO ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL THIS WEEK

Moms, register now to join us at 10:20 am for special fellowship fun, and we will send you the Zoom meeting link and password to participate.




Sunday, May 3, 2020

Sunday, May 3, 2020

WORSHIP

View Contemporary Service at 9 am on Sunday


View Traditional Service at 11:15 am on Sunday


SUNDAY SCHOOL

A Look at the Catechism (Week 6)

Last week, we looked at the topic of “Sin & Redemption”. We concluded that the catechism expanded our understanding of sin, and narrowed our understanding of where this redemption of sin can be found: in Jesus the Messiah, the Son of God. But who exactly is this Son of God, and how does he redeem us? Don’t take this answer for granted! Join us to see how the Catechism instructs us.

View Adult Sunday School at 10:20 am




Sunday, April 26, 2020

Sunday, April 26, 2020

We will celebrate Good Shepherd Sunday by singing favorite hymns such as The King of Love my Shepherd Is and Shepherd of Souls, Refresh and Bless, as well as Psalm 23 (The Lord Is My Shepherd), perhaps the most beloved of all the psalms. The choir will sing an energetic setting of the Jubilate, which reminds us that we are all sheep in the Lord's pasture, and Scott Dettra will play two movements of Widor's 6th Organ Symphony for the voluntaries—the pastoral Cantabile movement for the prelude, and the fiery Finale for the postlude. 

Becky Middleton and Casey Reid, along with the Uptown Worship Band, will continue this Easter season with a highly requested worship song, Raise A Hallelujah. The offertory special is a Johnny Cash inspired spiritual Ain’t No Grave, a song especially poignant for this season. Expect to hear songs by Phil Wickham, Hillsong, and Crowder.

WORSHIP

View Contemporary Service at 9 am on Sunday


View Traditional Service at 11:15 am on Sunday


SUNDAY SCHOOL

A Look at the Catechism (Week 5)

Last week, we unpacked the Ten Commandments and their three purposes. One of those was that the Ten Commandments would “mirror” to us our sin and our need for redemption. But what exactly do sin and redemption mean? Join us this Sunday to learn more!


Sunday, April 19, 2020

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Becky Middleton and Casey Reid, along with the Uptown Worship Band, will continue this Easter season with modern hymns like “Living Hope” and “Christ Is Risen.” Due to overwhelming feedback during Holy Week, they will reprise their soulful rendition of “Precious Lord (Take My Hand)” during communion. Expect to hear songs by Phil Wickham, Cody Carnes, and Mosaic Worship.

WORSHIP

View Contemporary Service at 9 am on Sunday


View Traditional Service at 11:15 am on Sunday


SUNDAY SCHOOL

A Look at the Catechism (Week 4)

Last week, we talked about the Old Covenant, the one that God gave to the Hebrews through the Ten Commandments, as revealed in the Old Testament. This week we will take a deeper look at the Ten Commandments. What are they? And what is their purpose for the Christian?

View Adult Sunday School at 10:20 am

Catechism (Week 4)

Last week, we talked about the Old Covenant, the one that God gave to the Hebrews through the Ten Commandments, as revealed in the Old Testament. This week we will take a deeper look at the Ten Commandments. What are they? And what is their purpose for the Christian? Catch up on previous classes: https://www.facebook.com/watch/270277900279/637357390375399/

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Saturday, April 18, 2020



Sunday, April 12, 2020

Celebrate Easter  - Sunday, April 12

Bishop Anthony Burton preaches Easter Sunday services:

Join Easter services streaming live on Facebook

View Contemporary Service on Sunday at 9 am

Contemporary Easter Service

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Sunday, April 12, 2020

View Traditional Service on Sunday at 11:15 am

Traditional Easter Service

Easter Traditional Service

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Sunday, April 12, 2020

Easter Lily Dedications

Our altars will be adorned with beautiful lilies through your generous donations remembering and honoring your loved ones. View lilies during our livestream services on Sunday, April 12.

  View Easter Lilies Dedications (PDF)




Thursday, April 9, 2020

Maundy Thursday, April 9

Join us online as the Sacred Triduum begins with the liturgy for Maundy Thursday, during which we remember the joy of the institution of the Eucharist, the love and service which Jesus lived and taught, the agony in the garden of Gethsemene, and the betrayal leading to the crucifixion. The bread and wine of the Last Supper are given new meaning by the Body broken and Blood poured out on the cross. The Sacrament is then taken to the Altar of Repose where the faithful are asked to "watch and pray." Finally, the altar, symbolic of Christ, is stripped of its vesture and the building is left bare for the solemnity of Good Friday.

Fr. David Thompson will preach streaming worship services:

  • 6 pm Contemporary Service [Download Bulletin, PDF]
  • 7:15 pm Traditional Services [Download Bulletin, PDF]
  • Online Vigil at the Altar of Repose begins as soon as the Blessed Sacrament is taken to the Good Shepherd Altar in the Main Church near the conclusion of the Maundy Thursday liturgy, and continues until 12 noon on Good Friday.

View Maundy Thursday History & Traditions

Fr. Chase Skorburg provides some context for the Holy Triduum, beginning with Maundy Thursday.

View Contemporary Service on Thursday at 6 pm

Contemporary Maundy Thursday

View Traditional Service on Thursday at 7:15 pm

Traditional Maundy Thursday

Watch at the Altar of Repose

Online Vigil at the Altar of Repose begins as soon as the Blessed Sacrament is taken to the Good Shepherd Altar in the Main Church near the conclusion of the Maundy Thursday liturgy, and continues until 12 noon on Good Friday.

If you do not see the live video feed on this page, click here.


Good Friday, April 10

Join us online for the Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday. On this day we remember the Lord of Life rejected, mocked, scourged, and put to death on the cross. As we read the Passion and pray the Solemn Collects, we remember that it is our own sins that caused Christ's suffering and agony, as he took all sin upon himself, in obedience to his Father's will. By the cross we are redeemed, set free from bondage to sin and death. The cross is a sign of God's never-ending love for us, and it is a sign of life, in the midst of death.

Fr. Jon Jordan will preach streaming worship services:

View Good Friday History & Traditions

View Traditional Service on Friday at 12 noon

Traditional Good Friday

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Friday, April 10, 2020

View Contemporary Service on Friday at 6 pm

Contemporary Good Friday


Easter Vigil

No service



Sunday, April 5, 2020

Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020

Contemporary Eucharist at 9 a.m. where Becky Middleton and the Uptown Band will accompany the service along with Casey Reid from our north campus. Due to incredible response, Becky and Casey will feature “The Blessing” again for the parishioners to join in and sing this powerful anthem with them. The Uptown Band will also be featuring a moving Palm Sunday arc of celebration, procession and then moving reflection as we head into Holy Week. Expect to hear songs by Hillsong, Housefires, and Page CXVI.

Join us for the Traditional Service webcast for Palm Sunday. One of the most powerful days of the liturgical year, this service takes us from shouting "Hosanna!" at Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, to shouting "Crucify him!" during the dramatic reading of the Passion. This service leads us into Holy Week, as we begin to contemplate the events that led to our Savior's death, and later his glorious resurrection on Easter Day.

WORSHIP

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Sunday, April 5, 2020

Traditional Service - Palm Sunday

Join us for the Traditional Service webcast for Palm Sunday. One of the most powerful days of the liturgical year, this service takes us from shouting "Hosanna!" at Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, to shouting "Crucify him!" during the dramatic reading of the Passion. This service leads us into Holy Week, as we begin to contemplate the events that led to our Savior's death, and later his glorious resurrection on Easter Day.

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Sunday, April 5, 2020

SUNDAY SCHOOL

Adult Sunday School: Catechism (Week 2)

Adult Sunday School: Catechism (Week 2)

Flip to the very back of the Book of Common Prayer, we find the Catechism, also called An Outline of the Faith. It's not just for those being confirmed and/or baptized, but for all Christians. Not only does it give us an overview of the Bible, but it also gives us an overview of our salvation and the sacraments. This class is a great way to engage with the Bible and theology through the unique lens of our tradition. Every Sunday, we will explore one set of questions from the Catechism in the Book of Common Prayer. Download the handout here: https://bit.ly/346m6aG

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Sunday, April 5, 2020



Sunday, March 29, 2020

Contemporary worship service with Eucharist at 9 am where Becky Middleton and the Uptown Band will accompany the service along with Casey Reid from our North Campus. Becky and Casey will be featuring a powerful new song called “The Blessing,” by Kari Jobe and Elevation Worship, that’s an encouragement to all in this season. The Uptown Band will also be featuring “Psalm 91” that Becky wrote for Lent.

Join us online Sunday at 11:15 for this week's traditional service. We have more special music this week. Be sure to tune in at 11:05 to hear organist Scott Dettra play Bach's moving Fantasia and Fugue in C minor. Soprano Rachel Jones will sing an aria from Bach's St. John Passion and the Incarnation Choir will lead the service music and sing a beautiful motet by the 16th-century Spanish composer Cristóbal de Morales. For the postlude, Scott Dettra will play Bach's monumental Fantasia and Fugue in G minor.

WORSHIP



SUNDAY SCHOOL

10:20 AM

Adult Sunday School

Join Fr. John on Zoom at 10:20 am »




Sunday, March 22, 2020

Contemporary Eucharist at 9 am where Becky Middleton and the Uptown Band will accompany the service; and Traditional Eucharist at 11:15 where Cellist Theodore Harvey of the Dallas Symphony will play the Sarabande from Bach’s Suite No. 1. The Choir will sing an anthem by John Ireland and a Palestrina Motet. Tune in early at 11:10 am to hear Organist Graham Schultz play Elgar’s beloved Nimrod from the Enigma Variations. AND what does a children’s sermon without children look like? Fr. Jon Jordan will show us! Fr. Kincaid is the preacher at both services. You can download the service bulletins beforehand and also submit prayer requests during the service. Join Fr. Jon between live worship services for an exploration of the Spirituality of CS Lewis.

WORSHIP



SUNDAY SCHOOL

10:20 AM

Adult Sunday School

Streaming on Facebook at 10:20 am »

The Spirituality of CS Lewis

Join Fr. Jon Jordan between live worship services on Sunday for an exploration of the Spirituality of CS Lewis.

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Friday, March 20, 2020



Sunday, March 15, 2020

Combined service at 10 am

Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Sunday, March 15, 2020

  LIVE WORSHIP BULLETIN   recorded worship bulletin