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Main Campus

3966 McKinney Ave

Dallas, Texas 75204

Weekly Services

Sunday: 7:30, 9, 11:15 am & 5 pm
Monday-Friday: 8 am & 4:40 pm
Wednesday: 12 noon
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North Campus

12727 Hillcrest Rd

Dallas, Texas 75230

WEEKLY Service

Sunday: 10:30 am


Your Kids

We want you and your family to feel welcomed and loved. The Children & Family Ministry strives to provide opportunities for Christian growth, service, and fellowship through high-quality programs and special events as well as opportunities for sharing faith at home. Together, we partner in the spiritual formation of your children. We hope that your family will connect, grow, and serve with us at Incarnation!

Nursery Care

The nursery reopens with limited capacity on Sundays to care for your children, infants to 2-years old, during the 9 and 11:15 am indoor services only. Required registration opens the Wednesday prior. Sign up for the weekly Children & Family Ministry email to receive registration details »

Discipleship: Journeying with Jesus

The church is like a ship, and we are in there with Jesus as his disciples following him to eternal life! DiscipleShip is a fun-filled 30 minutes of song, play, and Bible stories. Children will rejoin their families in time for communion. For kids ages 3 (potty-trained) to 7. Registration is required as we will only have a limited number of spots.  Sign up for the weekly Children & Family Ministry email to receive registration details »

Health & Well-being

The health and well-being of all children at Church of the Incarnation is a priority. To make sure that we are all working together to maintain a healthy environment, please follow the policies and procedures listed in the illness policy.

Church of the Incarnation Illness Policy

Please do not allow your child to attend the nursery or Sunday School, or we will call you to pick up your child if:

  1. The illness prevents the child from participating comfortably in nursery or Sunday school activities.
  2. The illness results in a greater need for care than our staff can provide without compromising the health, safety, and supervision of other students in their care.
  3. The child has any of the following symptoms: Temperature of 100.4 or greater, Signs and symptoms of illness such as lethargy, abnormal breathing, uncontrolled diarrhea, vomiting, rash with fever, mouth sores with drooling, behavior changes, or other signs that a child may be severely ill.

Children must be medication and symptom-free for 24 hours before returning to the church Nursery or Sunday School.

Recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics-Committee on Infectious Diseases states that a child should remain home if any of the following conditions exist:

  • Fever or Sore Throat
  • Vomiting or Diarrhea
  • Common Cold/Runny Nose from onset through one week
  • Any unexplained rash
  • Any Skin Infection— boils, ringworm, impetigo, etc..
  • Pink eye or any other eye infection
  • Symptoms of childhood diseases including
    • Scarlet Fever
    • German Measles
    • Roseola
    • Coxsackievirus
    • Mumps
    • Chicken Pox
    • Croup
    • Whooping Cough

Ashley Hensel

Director of Children & Family Ministry

office: 214-217-5603

Abby Clark

Nursery Director and Children & Family Ministry Associate

office: 214-217-5620

John Sundara

Assistant Rector, Christian Formation

office: 214-217-5605

Faith & Family

Faith & Family kits are a wonderful resource to be equip your children to grow in the faith. As the Episcopal Church puts it so eloquently, “Jesus teaches us to come before God with humble hearts, boldly offering our thanksgivings and concerns to God or simply listening for God’s voice in our lives and in the world. Whether in thought, word, or deed, individually or corporately, when we pray, we invite and dwell in God’s loving presence.” 

Acts of Generosity: Growing Up to Be Like Jesus

Generosity is one of the most important biblical concepts we can teach our children. The best example of generosity that has ever been seen upon the earth is the gift of salvation we have through Jesus Christ. It is through this gift that we are able to show a heart of true generosity toward God and his people.

It can be challenging to turn our child’s ear toward generosity in the midst of such a me-driven culture. Developing a heart of generosity takes time and practice. And it will help if your child sees your spirit of generosity first and foremost.

Download the booklet to begin exploring generosity in everyday life with your family. Please help your children fulfill these acts weekly and discuss the corresponding scripture, wrapping up the week with this prayer each time:

Dear God, It is so easy to want things for myself. Please help me think of others instead. Amen.

Growing Up to Be Like Jesus (PDF)

Teach Your Kids to Pray

Become equipped to teach your kids how to pray. This kit has everything you need to pray together as a family. Every day, you have the opportunity to practice a family prayer time with Daily Prayer Cards. The card looks different each week as it follows the Gospel reading and collect for the week. Every Wednesday night, we encourage families to read and have a conversation about the previous Sunday’s Gospel reading with our Weekly Gospel reading and coloring sheets. Finally, we encourage you and your kids to use the provided calendar and mark each day you pray!

Teach Your Kids to Pray Kit (pdf)