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.


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.

Winter/Spring Classes 2018


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 Forum
Memorial Chapel
Various Teachers

This special forum will explore a variety of topics such as the Scriptural view of work and vocation, understanding the liturgical calendar, etc. from a variety of speakers. Please check your bulletin for more info.


    • January 7: Forgiveness
      Dr Matthew Lockard (parishioner and SMU professor)
      Philosophers have long argued that forgiveness involves ceasing to resent another who has wronged you. In this class, we will look at what distinguishes true forgiveness from other forms of resentment cessation, with a view to understanding better both how to forgive and what it means to be forgiven, according to the Gospel.
    • January 21: The Christian Vision of Work
      Dr Elisabeth Kincaid (parishioner and PhD in Ethics, Notre Dame)
      Do we only work because of the Fall? In this class Dr Kincaid will show us God’s vision of Work from Eden, to the New Heavens and the New Earth, and how this can impact our lives today.
    • January 28
      No Sunday School – Please join us between services to say goodbye to Fr. Yoder and his family.
    • February 11: Rhythms of Habit
      Jon Jordan (parishioner and Postulant for Ordination)
      Why do we have a Church Calendar, and what do we stand to gain by entering more fully into the practice of following the liturgical rhythms of each year? Join us as we explore using the Church Calendar to learn the essential practices of the Christian faith.


January 14: An Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls
Great Hall
Ronny Simon

The Dead Sea scrolls shed light on Second Temple Judaism, the kind of Judaism prevalent in the society of Jesus’ life and ministry. By understanding these scrolls one can better understand the social and political climate of Israel during the time of Christ.


Sharing The Gospel with Muslims
Education Building, Room 207
The Rev. Dr. Samira Izadi Page

This class will explore God’s plan for Muslims and how we can share God’s love and the Gospel with them.


Gospel of Matthew
Garret Hall, Room 18
Ellen & George Palmer

An expository study of Matthew’s Gospel with special attention to the Beatitudes and the Lord’s Prayer.


The Book of Esther
Education Building, Room 119
Michael Sturdy

We’ll see if we can find God between the lines of a story where a woman struggles to save her people.


Your Money May Be Killing You
Education Building, Room 115/116
David Krause

Join us as we continue our study of Walter Brueggeman’s “Money and Possessions”.


On The Canterbury Trail
Education Building, Room 209
The Rev. John Sundara

A class on what it means to be Episcopalian/Anglican. For all adults who are new to Incarnation, or wishing to be baptized or confirmed.


Parenting Class
Education Building, Room 205
Juliana Crownover

Fellowship with other parents as we learn how to raise our kids to know and love Jesus Christ.

Financial Peace University meets outside of regular Sunday School hours. It meets Sundays 4:45-6:30 pm.

Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University
9-Week Financial Course
Sundays, 4:45 – 6:30 pm
Education Building Room 205

Lauren and Michael Sturdy

We all need a plan for our money. Learn to budget towards your life goals. This class begins with 45-60 minute video teaching by Dave Ramsey–trusted financial advisor, national best-selling author and radio host. The lesson is followed by small group discussion. Information includes budgeting, eliminating debt, generating income, savings, investing, insurance, building wealth, and giving. Kits and workbooks can be purchased at the Incarnation Bookstore.




Beginner’s Greek Reading Group
Tuesdays at Noon
Education Building, Room 207

Lisa Batzle

For those with little to no experience of Greek. Focus on acquiring the basics of Greek grammar and vocabulary.


Ezra-Nehemiah: Faithfulness After Exile
Tuesdays at Noon
Education Building, Room 119

Carl Anderson

Pastor Carl, author of the commentary for these books in the Holman Christian Standard Bible, will help unpack this Scripture.




Lectionary Class
Wednesdays at 7: 30 am
Dining Room

Tim Ralston

Understanding the Bible’s internal relationships and narrative.


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

Meg Houk, Chris Adams, Teresa Clark, Ann Prather

Join other women to study the Bible. This semester we will be studying Nancy Guthrie’s “The Promised One”. Workbooks can be purchased at the Incarnation Bookstore.


Propers Class
Wednesdays at 1 pm
The Parlor

Betsy Daniels & Vicki Hood

A study on the passages of Scripture that will be preached on the upcoming Sunday, by exploring various commentaries.




Centering Prayer
Thursdays after Morning Prayer
Memorial Chapel

Pat Stone & Nancy Holder

An ancient and contemplative method of prayer.


Intermediate Greek Reading Group
Thursdays at Noon
Education Building, Room 207

Lisa Batzle

For those with at least two semesters of Greek. Readings will include the Septuagint, the Church Fathers, and the classics.


Thursdays at 2 pm
Education Building, Room 119

Susan Skelton

We will study Charles Williams’ spiritual classic “Descent into Hell.”

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.