In light of coronavirus health concerns, we are providing a digital worship opportunity every Sunday. Please check this page weekly for new services.
Live services may be streamed on Facebook Live, with no need to have a Facebook account, or can be watched later on this web page.
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.
Sunday, March 15, 2020
Combined service at 10 am
Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Sunday, March 15, 2020
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.
Traditional Service 11:15AM Live Stream Posted by Church of the Incarnation on Sunday, March 22, 2020
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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.