Summer 2019

Heart of Uptown: Cole Park 5K Relays

Traditional Service Families

Saturday, May 4, 8:30 am start

Benefiting DCAC and Incarnation House. Four options: 5K, 5K Relay (3-person team, each person runs 1/3 (one lap) of the 5K, 1M Fun Run/Walk (option to buy T-shirts including children sizes). Couch potato option – make an online donation and then go to the store on the website and buy a T-shirt to show your support. After race party including awards, live music, beer, food, expanded children’s area.

Children's Ministry Jamboree

Traditional Service Families

Thursday, May 9 at 4 pm, The Rustic

Christ calls his people to serve. Your child also has the opportunity and call to serve the Lord with others. Learn more about these opportunities while enjoying food and fellowship at the Rustic!

Find out more about: Acolytes, Boat Bearers, Crucifers, Incarnation Choristers, Junior Altar Guild, Ushers, and Welcome Ministers.

Ages 0-18 are encouraged to attend.

Moms & Mimosas

Mother's Day

Sunday, May 12 at 10:20 am, Welcome Center

Celebrate Mother’s Day with family photographs and mimosas between services.

Incarnation 101

Take the First Step

Sundays, May 19 & June 23 at 12:30 pm,
Education Building, Room 205

Get to know our clergy and staff. Discover Incarnation’s vision, and learn more about our parish programs, ways to get involved, and what membership entails. Lunch and childcare provided.

Ascension Day Service


Thursday, May 30 at 7 pm, Church

Celebrate the Feast of the Ascension with a traditional service of Holy Communion in the Church.

Summer Sunday School

June & July

Don’t miss Hot Topics and Philippians this summer. Check out the schedule below for all the details.

Theology Live

Monday Nights in June

7 pm, The Ginger Man Pub

America’s Better Angels

Everything's Better with Bacon

Dads Breakfast & Talk

Saturday, June 8 at 9:30 am, Welcome Center

What does it mean to be a dad in today’s world? How can we integrate our faith in Christ to be good fathers? Join us for a wonderful breakfast and talk to get inspired and learn some practical skills and tips to be a Godly dad.

Baptism Preparation Class

Sundays, June 9, 23, & 30 at 5 pm,
Education Building, Room 205

Join us for our three-session class that is required for the parents of children who will soon be baptized. Nursery will be available. Please register by contacting Kathy King.

Marmion Library

Curl up with a good book this summer.

The Marmion Library is a great place to find a large variety of good summer reading for all ages. Visit us on Sunday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and Monday to Thursday from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm.

Vacation Bible School

To Mars & Beyond

June 10–14, 9 am to Noon

Join us for an exciting trip To Mars and Beyond and discover what God has planned for us. Children 4 to 11 years old by September 1, 2019 can register to soar to the highest heights imaginable! Registration is $50 per child. Volunteers are needed, so please email Lili Dijas.

Dads & Donuts

Celebrate Father's Day

June 16 at 10:20 am,
Welcome Center

Join us between services to celebrate Dad! We will enjoy photos with Dad and lots of donuts.

Summer Pool Party

Children & Family Ministry

Sunday, June 23 at 4 pm, University Park Pool

Join us for our Annual CFM Summer Pool Party. Invite your friends to meet your church family and enjoy an afternoon with the whole family.

Park Cities July 4 Parade

4th of July Fun

Thursday, July 4

Walk the parade and show off your Incarnation pride. To sign up, contact Elliott Carpenter.

Global Leadership Summit

Everyone has influence.

Join us August 8 & 9, 2019 to gain vision, inspiration, and skill development so that you will lead at your best.

The Global Leadership Summit is a two-day conference streamed live in HD from the Willow Creek Campus near Chicago to over 500 locations nationwide. Each year, this event has grown in Fargo with increased opportunities for connecting with our region’s leaders in education, business, government, and local non-profits.

Community Health Fair

No-cost Immunizations, Sports Physicals, & Health Screenings

Saturday, August 17  1-3 pm, Great Hall

The Community Health Fair is a collaboration between Incarnation, the medical community, Texas A&M Dental School, CareVan and many other organizations to provide free health services (immunizations, sports physicals, dental care) to local students who are under-insured or do not have insurance. Volunteer nurses are needed. Contact Mission & Outreach if you can help.

Countdown to Fall

Sunday, August 18 at 10:20 am, Welcome Center

Ministry fair, tacos, and backpack blessing.

Silver Saints Summer Luncheon

Thursday, August 22 at 11:30 am, Great Hall

Come and meet parishioner, Juliana Crownover, our special guest. She is an artist and art instructor dedicated to capturing the gift of the present moment. Reservations to 214-217-5610 by August 16.

Launch into Fall

Rally Day

Sunday, August 25 at 10:20 am, Welcome Center

Fun & Fall Preview. Bounce house, picnic, and snow cones.

Incarnation Bookstore

Gifts & More

Stocked with unique gifts and cards for every occasion–grads, dads, anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, baptisms, and more. Hours: Sunday from 8:30 am to 1 pm, Monday to Thursday from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm, and Friday from 9:30 am to 1 pm.

Fall Sunday School Classes Begin

Worship Class & Lead/Give Class

Sunday, September 8 at 10:20 am


Please keep our missioners in your prayers this summer.

  • Honduras Mission
    Thursday-Friday, June 20-28
  • Middle School Mission to Ridgecrest, NC
    Tuesday-Saturday, June 25-29
  • High School Mission to Guatemala
    Sunday-Monday, July 14-22
  • Belize Water Mission
    Monday-Sunday, July 22-28

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. 


Adult Sunday School classes meet from 10:20 to 11:05 am in Room 205 of the Education Building.


A Study in Philippians

Paul’s letter to the Philippians has one of the most well-known, yet misused verses of the Bible: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”. What exactly is this epistle about?

Join the clergy as we do a Sunday School class in June going through the entire book of Philippians.

Philippians 1:1-30
We will take a look at Paul’s reasons for writing the letter, but also why Paul still has faith even though he is in prison.

Philippians 2:1-18
This passage is one of Paul’s greatest Christological statements in all his writings, but he also has an important application for Christians everywhere. What is it?

Philippians 2:19-2:30
What does Godly fellowship, brotherhood look like, especially in a church that experiences suffering and persecution?

Philippians 3:1-16
Paul’s wholehearted and righteous pursuit of God is a model for all of us. But why did he live this way? What does this say about our tendency towards a lukewarm or nominal faith? 

Philippians 3:17-4:23
Not only are Paul’s final instructions for the Philippians, final instructions for us, but his farewells shows us a church that strives towards unity and godliness. How do we live in the same way?


Hot Topics!

It’s summer and we are back to Hot Topics! This July, join us for Hot Topics: Mary Edition. There’s just something about (the Blessed Virgin) Mary! Since the Reformation, Mary has been either ignored on one side, or dogmatized on the other. Is there a middle way? Our hope is to learn more about Mary, Jesus’ mother, as a way to understand God’s hope for us, the Church.

What does it mean to say that Mary is the Mother of God?

Immaculate Conception
Why do some Christians believe that Mary was born sinless? Why does this matter for us today?

Ever Virgin
Is it true that Mary remained a virgin for her entire life? What about the Bible references to Jesus’ brothers and sisters?

Up to Heaven
What does Mary’s going up to heaven (Assumption) have to do with our spiritual destinies?


10:20–11:05 AM
Serving through the Student Summer Internship Program. For details, contact Donna Stack.


10:20–11:05 am, Education Building
One room Sunday School for children ages  4 yrs old – 5th grade. All kids meet together for a presentation of the day’s lesson and then break into smaller groups for discussion and activities.

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