Assistant Rector, Christian Formation
We encourage all adults to get plugged into a ministry at Incarnation. Through our Sunday and weekday classes, 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.
Sunday School starts at 10:20 am, sandwiched by our 9 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 in the Welcome Center, drop your kids off at a class for their age, and then sit in on any adult class.
Sunday School starts at 9:30 am, before our 10:30 am service. We encourage you to drop your kids off at a class for their age and then sit in on the adult class. A time for fellowship and coffee follows the 10:30 am service.
We have opportunities to continue study during the week, including classes during the day and evening hours.
Growth Groups are small groups of parishioners who meet for prayer, study and fellowship. We meet a parishioners’ homes or at the church. Growth Groups are the best way to get connected to others!
We also have groups that focus on the community life of our parishioners, often centering around a particular activity or interest. We invite you to meet, share common interests with one another, and build relationships with your church family.
Our Growth Groups' study and discussion are based on Sunday’s Gospel reading which takes us through the life of Christ while reflecting the church’s liturgical calendar. Worldwide, millions of Anglicans/Episcopalians hear and read these same passages every Sunday.
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