Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
One of the remarkable things about the New Testament is how little it talks about church planting. Why is that? Because it is assumed.
In the New Testament it is simply something that churches do. Jesus’ teaching to the disciples wasn’t just for their own benefit but to equip them to plant churches.
We are commanded to go and make disciples, and making new Christian communities is the most effective way of doing so. It was the principal activity of the apostles.
Looking Back, Moving Forward
The more than 130-year history of Church of the Incarnation is a remarkable record of faithful response to God’s call. Decade after decade, the people of Incarnation have remained committed to serve God as a community of disciples by worshiping in the Great Tradition of the church, raising up leaders for the renewal of the Church, growing deeper in our relationship with Christ, and caring for the poor. One of the greatest tools for that mission is the physical space in which we worship and teach. It was evident that we needed to expand our campus to embrace our future.
In December 2015, we opened the doors to a welcome center, an education facility, and new contemporary worship space, Ascension Chapel.
At the same time, we opened a two-story outreach center at 4061 Central Expressway, located at the northeast end of the campus. The upstairs provides offices and much needed work and storage space for our Mission & Outreach team. The bottom level is utilized by Incarnation House – a drop-in center dedicated to serving the needs of high school students living in transition due to neglect, abuse, or homelessness.
A modest brick chapel has become a 7-acre campus dedicated to serving God’s people. And we find ourselves being called forward once again to expand our reach to share the Gospel with others.
Church of the Incarnation’s contemporary service has grown exponentially and has already reached capacity within the first few years of worshipping in the newly built Ascension Chapel at the main campus located on McKinney Avenue in Uptown.
So, on August 18, Church of the Incarnation will launch a North Campus at Hillcrest and 635. We invite you to join us on this journey.
12727 Hillcrest Rd, Dallas, TX 75230 (South of 635/LBJ on Hillcrest)
COME & WORSHIP
Services launch on Sunday, August 18.
10:30 am • Chapel
Ages 3 – 1st Grade
10:30 am Service • Room 103
Birth – Age 5
8 am – Noon • Rooms 104 & 105
LEARN & GROW
Sunday School kicks off on Sunday, September 8
Adult Sunday School
Deep Roots: Discipleship Pathways GROW
9:30 – 10:15 am • Room 106
Preschool – 1st Grade
9:30 – 10:15 am • Room 102
2nd & 3rd Grade
9:30 – 10:15 am • Room 103
4th & 5th Grade
9:30 – 10:15 am • Room 101