Adults

SUNDAY SCHOOL

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.

WEEKDAY CLASSES

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 Sunday School

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.

JUNE SUNDAY SCHOOL

Hot Topics

Join us for another Hot Topics series as our clergy discuss various controversial topics in the Faith.

10:20–11:05 am, Room 205
UPDATE: Meets in Memorial Chapel

Christianity & Other Religions: Why Does The Church Believe That Salvation Is Only Through Christ?
June 3: Fr. John Sundara

Are Demons And Evil Spirits Real?
June 10: Fr. Joe Hermerding

The Blessed Virgin Mary: What Do Episcopalians Believe About Her?
June 17: Fr. Thomas Kincaid

Creation Or Evolution? A Theological Interpretation Of Genesis 1–2
June 24: Fr. Ryan Waller

JULY SUNDAY SCHOOL

Icons in Worship

The icons in Ascension Chapel proclaim the life of Christ in a way that engages our hearts. Join us as Fr. John Sundara and Michael Sturdy teach us about the life of Christ through these icons.

10:20–11:05 am, Ascension Chapel

The Birth Of Christ (His Annunciation & Incarnation)
July 1: Michael Sturdy

The Identity Of Christ (His Circumcision & Baptism)
July 8: Fr. John Sundara

The Glory Of Christ (His Transfiguration & Royal March)
July 15: Michael Sturdy

The Sacrifice Of Christ (His Harrowing Of Hell)
July 22: Fr. John Sundara

The Reign Of Christ (His Ascension, Enthronement And Parousia, And His Spirit’s Pentecost)
July 29: Michael Sturdy

UPDATE: On Sunday, July 29, join us in the Welcome Center for a farewell reception for Fr. Joe Hermerding and his family.

Summer Weekday Classes

 Mondays

Theology Live
Mondays in June at 7 pm, Gingerman Pub

Hear from experts about how faith can be an integral part of good mental health. Learn more


 Tuesdays

Beginners Greek Reading Group
Noon • Education Building, Room 207
Meeting June 19, July 10, July 31, and August 21.

Lisa Batzle

Focus on acquiring the basics of Greek grammar and vocabulary by reading the New Testament.


 Wednesdays

Sacred Rhythms Women’s Bible Study
9:30 am, Education Building, Room 205
Meg Houk, Chris Adams, Teresa Clarke & Ann Prather

Sacred Rhythms is a 7-week class on spiritual disciplines and ancient Christian prayer practices developed by Ruth Haley Barton. Childcare offered by reservation.


Propers Class
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.


 Thursdays

Centering Prayer
Following Morning Prayer, Memorial Chapel
Pat Stone & Nancy Holder

An ancient and contemplative method of prayer to help center our souls. Join us after the Thursday morning mass.


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, find us on Facebook and Instagram, or contact Young Adults Minister David Hanson.

WEEKDAY CLASSES

 Tuesdays

 

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.

 

 Wednesdays

 

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.

 

 Thursdays

 

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.

 

Inclings
Thursdays at 2 pm
Education Building, Room 119

Susan Skelton

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