Sunday & Weekday Worship Services

SUNDAY SERVICES

7:30 am:

Traditional Service (Church)

A quiet service of the proclamation of the Word of God and celebration of Holy Communion, with a sermon, but without music.

9 am & 11:15 am:

Traditional Service (Church)

This service of Holy Communion is grounded in ancient traditions of Christian worship, with a dynamic sermon, congregational hymns, and excellent choral music sung by the Incarnation Choir.

9 am & 11:15 am:

Uptown Contemporary Service (Ascension Chapel)

The Uptown service is a come as you are service that blends the ancient structure of worship (Scripture, Creed, Prayer, and Communion) with modern music and relevant preaching.

5 pm:

Choral Evensong & Holy Communion (Church)

Rooted in ancient patterns of monastic worship, Choral Evensong is a contemplative worship service, with readings from Scripture, chanted prayers, and sublime music from the rich Anglican choral repertoire sung by the Incarnation Choir. Candlelight and incense encourage quiet meditation in a sacred space. Evensong is followed by a short, spoken service of Holy Communion, without a sermon. (During the summer, Choral Evensong is on hiatus, but there continues a spoken service of Holy Communion, without a sermon.)

5 pm:

Uptown Contemporary Service (Ascension Chapel)

This service offers a relevant message and meaningful worship experience for people of all ages. This candlelit service is a quaint, solemn way to end your weekend and start your week.

WEEKDAY SERVICES

(Memorial Chapel)

Monday—Friday, 8 am:

Morning Prayer & Holy Eucharist

This simple morning service includes the traditional Anglican practice of gathering each morning for prayers, as well as Holy Communion. Lasting approximately 35 minutes, the liturgy does not include a sermon or music.

Monday—Friday, 4:40 pm:

Evening Prayer

This 15-minute said service includes prayers and readings from the Scriptures without a homily or music and is led by specially trained lay members of the parish.

Wednesday, Noon:

Holy Eucharist & Healing Ministries

This weekly service of Holy Communion includes the ancient Christian practice of laying on hands and anointing those seeking healing as well as a brief homily. It last approximately 45 minutes and does not include music.

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HOLY WEEK & EASTER

ASH WEDNESDAY

Imposition of Ashes

Wednesday, March 1

Service with Imposition of Ashes

7 am Traditional (Church)
12 noon Traditional (Church)
6 pm Traditional (Church)
6 pm Uptown Contemporary (Ascension Chapel)

Ashes imposed on participants’ heads in the Ash Wednesday service signify mortality and penitence. The ashes are imposed with the words, “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return” (BCP, p. 265). Ashes are typically imposed by inscribing a cross on the forehead. The imposition of ashes has been practiced on Ash Wednesday since the ninth century.

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Holy Week

Sunday, April 9

Palm Sunday

Regular Sunday worship schedule


Monday to Friday, April 10-14

Morning & Evening Prayer

8 am Morning Prayer & Holy Communion (Memorial Chapel)
No Holy Communion on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday
4:40 pm Evening Prayer (Memorial Chapel)


Wednesday, April 12

Healing Service

12 noon Holy Communion with Healing Ministries (Memorial Chapel)


Monday to Wednesday, April 10-12

Sacrament of Reconciliation

5-5:45 pm Confession (Good Shepherd Altar in the Church)

The Paschal Triduum

Thursday, April 13

Maundy Thursday

12 noon Holy Communion (Memorial Chapel)
Said Service With Homily; No Stripping Of The Altar
6:30 pm Maundy Thursday Service History & Traditions (Education Building, Room 114)
7 pm Choral Holy Communion (Church) with Foot Washing & Stripping Of The Altar
7 pm Uptown Contemporary Service (Ascension Chapel) with Foot Washing & Stripping Of The Altar

The Vigil at the Altar of Repose begins as soon as the Blessed Sacrament is taken to Memorial Chapel near the conclusion of the Maundy Thursday liturgy, and continues until 8 am on Good Friday.


Friday, April 14

Good Friday

12 noon Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday (Church) with Veneration of the Cross and Holy Communion from the Pre-sanctified Gifts
5:30 pm Good Friday Service History & Traditions (Education Building, Room 114)
6 pm Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday (Church) with Veneration of the Cross and Holy Communion from the Pre-sanctified Gifts
6 pm Uptown Contemporary Good Friday Service (Ascension Chapel)
6 pm Children’s Good Friday Liturgy* (Education Building, Room 29)

*For children in Kindergarten-3rd grade. For more information and to RSVP, please visit incarnation.org/THECITY. (Children are to meet at 5:45 pm in Room 29.)


Saturday, April 15

Holy Saturday

7:30 pm Easter Vigil Service History & Traditions (Education Building, Room 114)
8 pm The Great Vigil of Easter (Church)

The Kindling of the New Fire; the Vigil of lessons that tell the story of redemption from Creation to Jesus Christ; the Sacrament of Baptism for adults; the first Easter celebration of Holy Communion. The people are invited to bring bells to ring after the Easter Acclamation and the return of “Alleluia!”

Easter

Sunday, April 16

Easter Day: The Sunday of the Resurrection

7 am  Holy Communion with Hymns (Church)
9 & 11:15 am  Traditional Service (Church)
9 & 11:15 am  Uptown Contemporary Service (Ascension Chapel)
No evening services or Sunday School on Easter Sunday

Incarnation Christmas

Saturday, December 24

The Eve of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Noon* Traditional Eucharist with choir (Church)
2 pm* Children & Family Eucharist (Church)
5 pm* Traditional Eucharist with the choir & brass (Church)
5 pm* Contemporary Eucharist with the Uptown Band (Ascension Chapel)
10:30 pm Solemn High Eucharist with choir & brass — with incense (Church)
* Nursery is available only at these services.


Sunday, December 25

The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ

11 am Traditional Eucharist with the choir (Church)


Sunday, January 1, 2017

The Holy Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ

7:30 am Traditional Eucharist without music (Church)

9 and 11:15 am Traditional Eucharist with the choir (Church)

9, 11:15 am, and 5:30 pm Contemporary Eucharist with the Uptown Band (Ascension Chapel)

*Note:
There is not an Evensong & Holy Communion afternoon service on Sunday, January 1.

Sunday, January 1, 2017

The Holy Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ

7:30 am Traditional Eucharist without music (Church)

9 and 11:15 am Traditional Eucharist with the choir (Church)

9, 11:15 am, and 5:30 pm Contemporary Eucharist with the Uptown Band (Ascension Chapel)

*Note:
There is not an Evensong & Holy Communion afternoon service on Sunday, January 1.

Advent & Christmas 2017

Join us for services on Christmas Eve & Christmas day.

In addition to worship services, see what we have planned for the holidays.
Special events, music, outreach, services and more.

December 1 & 2

The Incarnation Bible Institute: The Book of Malachi

Join us for this new endeavor with December’s conference featuring Bishop George Sumner on The Book of Malachi. The weekend Scripture & Bible Conference will explore and study books of the Bible through keynote speakers and breakout sessions. The conference will include our liturgical daily offices and Eucharist. Cost: $50, includes materials, meals, and refreshments. Please RSVP at incarnation.org/TIBI.

December 3 at 5 pm in the Great Hall

Advent Family Night  

Bring your family to Evensong and join us afterward for the Family Advent Dinner in the Great Hall. Cost: $5 per person or $20 family max. For more information contact Meg Houk at mhouk@incarnation.org.

December 6 at 6 pm in the Welcome Center

Angel Tree Drop Off Night

Bring your Angel Tree gifts to the Welcome Center and join us for Christmas carols, a hot chocolate bar, a gift wrapping station, a craft table, and wine & cheese.

December 9 at 7 pm

Young Adults Ugly Sweater Christmas Party

Food and door prizes. RSVP to David Hanson at dhanson@incarnation.org.

December 10 during the Sunday School Hour

St. Nicholas Day

Children will place their shoes outside of their classrooms while St. Nicholas visits for a special treat! Children will learn the origin of ‘ole Saint Nick.

December 10 & 17 at 5 pm

A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols

An Incarnation tradition. Scripture lessons read by Dallas leaders. Ancient prayers. Hymns and carols sung by the Incarnation Choir.

December 17 at 10:20 am in the Great Hall

Children’s Christmas Pageant

Join us for an Incarnation tradition. Our Sunday school classes will present a special Christmas pageant. Regular class attendees will practice songs each week for the pageant.

December 24 at 9 am in Memorial Chapel

Saturday, December 24

The Eve of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ

9 am Advent IV Service with hymns (Memorial Chapel)
Noon
* Traditional Eucharist with choir (Church)
2 pm* Children & Family Eucharist (Church)
5 pm* Traditional Eucharist with the choir & brass (Church)
5 pm* Contemporary Eucharist with the Uptown Band (Ascension Chapel)
10:30 pm Solemn High Eucharist with choir & brass with incense (Church)
* Nursery is available only at these services.

 

December 24 at 1pm in the Great Hall

Silver Saints Christmas Eve Luncheon

Doc Gibbs and his group will play music for dancing. Ralph Jones will make and serve his popular eggnog! For Reservations only, call Carol at 214.217.5610 or email at ckadel@incarnation.org by December 18.

Sunday, December 25

The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ

11 am Traditional Eucharist with the choir (Church)