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.

Summer Classes 2017


Church in the City
Sundays in June at 10:20 am – Education Bldg, Room 205

This June, hear the theological foundations and personal experiences of those who are involved in serving with our neighbors, as mentors, with refugees, and as educators.

  • June 4 – Who is our Neighbor?
    Panel discussion with parishioner, Stuart Bush, and Marva Brown of Roseland Homes.
  • June 11 – Who’s You’re Protégé?
    Video and discussion with Manup mentor, Nino Torres, and Teresa Keenan, Executive Director of Incarnation House.
  • June 18 – Family Name Unknown
    Discussion with Walter H. Nguyen, Executive Director and Founder of Mosaic Family Service.
  • June 25- Educated in Truth
    Discussion with Micah Crissey, Head of School for Incarnation Academy, and Patty Rodriguez, North Dallas High School principal.

June 4-25, 10:20 am – Garrett Hall, Room 119

The Old Testament book of Jonah foretells the resurrection of Christ and God’s compassion for the great city of Nineveh. Led by George Palmer.

Anglicanism and the Reformation
Sundays in July at 10:20 am – Education Bldg, Room 205

  • July 2 – Henry VIII: Sex fiend? Or holy king?
    Exploring Anglicanism’s complicated origins over sex, divorce and papal authority.
  • July 9 – How can an imperfect church make perfect moral decisions?
    Anglican reformer, Hooker’s proposal of Scripture, tradition and reason.
  •  July 16 – What is the Church’s relationship with the State?
    Anglicanism’s unique response to how Christians engage with politics.
  • July 23 – Scripture alone?
    Anglicanism’s unique approach to reading, meditating, and interpreting Scripture.
  • July 30  – Colonialism to Communion?
    How British colonialism led to Anglicanism’s Global Communion.



Theology Live – Church in the City
Mondays in June at 7 pm
The Ginger Man Pub [Uptown location at 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.


Praying the Psalms
Tuesdays at Noon, Education Building, Room 119

Learn more about what the Psalms mean and its role in helping us worship God and become the people of God. Every week we will study some of the more prominent and well-known Psalms. Led by Carl Anderson.



Lectionary Study
Wednesdays at 7:30 am, Dining Room
Meets until June 28

Understanding the Bible’s internal relationships and narrative lines.


Women’s Bible Study
Wednesdays at 9:30 am, Education Building, Room 115-116
June 7 to July 26

All women of Incarnation are invited to attend a weekly study of “Generous Justice, How God’s Grace Makes Us Just” by Timothy Keller. Led by Ann Prather and Chris Adams.


Propers Class
Wednesdays, 1-2 pm, The Parlor
Meets until July 26

Scripture lesson study appointed by the Lectionary. Led by Betsy Daniels.



Centering Prayer Group
Thursdays at 8:45 am, Marmion Conference Room
Meets until July 30

Discover an ancient way to pray that will calm your mind, de-clutter your life, and bring you closer to God. Led by Nancy Holder and Pat Stone.

Growth Groups

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.

Community Life Groups

Find and meet with like-minded parishoners for friendship, fellowship and community.

Young Adults

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.

Beginning in March, our Wednesday night meeting — called The Narthex — embarks on a weekly conversation about social issues in and around Dallas and how Scripture teaches us to respond in faith and action.

Our weekly Sunday School class meets at 10:20 am in Room 209 of the Education Building. We also hold bi-monthly events for our young adult community to get to know each other.

For more information, please join our group on The City, find us on Facebook and Instagram, or contact Young Adults Minister David Hanson.

Adult Sunday School Classes

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.

Sunday School Classes – Spring 2017


On The Canterbury Trail: Adult Catechesis
Education Bldg, Room 209

This course is an introduction to Christianity and the Anglican tradition, prepares adults for baptism, Confirmation or Reception in the Episcopal Church. It can also serve as a refresher course. Led by Fr. Chris Yoder.


Education Bldg, Room 115

What barriers do we face as we seek effectively to engage our world, our country, our community as faithful servants of Jesus Christ? Bonhoeffer offers profound Christo-centric rationale as to how to navigate. We will continue with The Bonhoeffer Reader (Ed. Clifford Green and Michael De Jonge, Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2013). Led by David Krause.


Marriage: The Ideal, The Real & All That’s In Between —Like Kids!
Education Building, Room 205

A class and discussion on God’s design for us in marriage and ways in which we reconcile, rationalize, and regenerate that vision in our secular world. This class is open to all stages of marriage. Led by Pam & Keith Quarterman and Meg & Michael Fahrenbrook.


St. Paul to the Galatians: Early Christians, Early Controversy, Still Going Today
Education Building, Room 207

One of the earliest churches ever was in Galatia. Yet, their questions continue to have a powerful resonance in each of our relationships with Jesus. Come hear how early controversies with Jews and Christians alike play out in our own everyday lives. Led by Michael Sturdy.


The Greatest Story Ever Told (Part II)
Memorial Chapel

An in-depth look at several key Old Testament stories, emphasizing their fulfillment in Christ. Led by Kevin Dodge.


1 & 2 Corinthians
Garrett Hall, Room 18

An expository reading of the above mentioned epistles. Led by George Palmer.


Life Together
Education Bldg, Room 114

Life Together is both a class and a community. Think seminary meets summer camp. We will explore things that truly matter while getting to know one another on a level that goes beyond a smile and nod between services.

How are Christians to relate to the world around them? What does it mean to be in the world but not of the world? How exactly are we to be salt and light to the culture around us? This semester we will find the answers to these questions and more in an unlikely source: a second century anonymous Christian writing known as the Epistle to Diognetus. Come for the study, and stay for the community. Led by Jon and Vivien Jordan. (Jon brings the seminary; Viv brings the summer camp.)

Adult Weekday Classes

There are several opportunities throughout the week to grow deeper in your faith. Browse through the variety of weekday classes and Bible studies available to you.


Financial Peace University
Sundays from 4:45 to 6:30 pm in Room 205, Education Building

We all need a plan for our money. Learn to get out of debt, build wealth, and give in this 9-week class. Led by Michael Sturdy. Cost: $100. Childcare is provided. Register »



The Surprising Old Testament: The Story You Have Never Heard
Tuesdays at Noon in Room 119, Education Building

Discuss the forgotten books of the Old Testament. “I don’t get no respect” is certainly true of the 12 Old Testament books from Hosea to Zechariah. Join us as we study these powerful books from God’s Word. Led by Carl Anderson.



Lectionary Study
Wednesdays at 7:30 am, Dining Room

Understanding the Bible’s internal relationships and narrative lines.
Led by Tim Ralston.


Women’s Bible Study
Wednesdays at 9:30 am, Education Building, Room 205

All women of Incarnation are invited to attend a weekly in-depth Bible Study for further study of the Old Testament lessons.
Led by Meg Houk & Guest Teachers.


Propers Class
Wednesdays at 1 pm, Marmion Conference

Scripture lesson study appointed by the Lectionary. Led by Betsy Daniels.



Centering Prayer Group
Thursdays at 8:30 am, Education Building, Room 115

Discover an ancient way to pray that will calm your mind, de-clutter your life, and bring you closer to God. Led by Nancy Holder and Pat Stone.