New to Incarnation

All are welcome at Incarnation! This community is filled with singles, families, teens, young children, babies, and adults of every age – people just like you. The best way to see if Incarnation is a community where you can be a part is to jump in to worship and any other offerings that are of interest to you.

Coming to Sunday Worship

What to Expect

  • Worship services diverse  in style, but all containing: great music, meaningful sermons which connect faith and life, celebration of communion and baptisms. Check out the specifics for This Sunday at Incarnation.
  • Instructions during worship to help you feel comfortable participating as fully as you wish.
  • No dress code; wear what makes you comfortable. We’re just happy you’re here.
  • Volunteers to welcome you and answer any questions you have.
  • Nursery care for little ones up to three years, SPARK Sunday for children three years – 4th grade, and Rainbow Bags, children’s bulletins and SPARK Children’s Bibles in the worship spaces for children who will join you for worship.
  • No expectation that you participate in the offering as a newcomer; financial support of Incarnation ministry is the responsibility of those who claim Incarnation as their home faith community.

After worship you are invited to check out:

  • Connecting time with others over refreshments in Grace Hall after worship in the Sanctuary and in the Gathering Space after worship in Incarnation Hall
  • Information Center and racks to browse.
  • Volunteers or Incarnation Office personnel who can answer additional questions.
  • Any of the ministry offerings you read about in the bulletin insert or on this website. You do not need to be a member to participate; in fact, you are encouraged to participate in any opportunity that is interesting to you.
  • Further communication opportunities including connecting via Incarnation’s Facebook page and receiving the Lifetimes newsletter via email.

Discover Incarnation

Spring, 2020

Discover Incarnation is a short workshop which provides participants an explanation of Incarnation’s mission, vision, and values and ways those elements are lived out through ministry, while also connecting participants with many new people. It’s a great way to learn about who Incarnation is as a community and how you can get involved in the life of Incarnation. It is also the way in which prospective members prepare for membership, although attendance does not commit anyone to stepping into membership if they do not feel ready.Disc Incarnation Fall 2013 007

An interactive experience is offered for children while their parents are a part of Discover Incarnation. Children 3 years thru 5th grade will engage in the following activities:

  • Sharing of an age-appropriate book on grace called Am I Forgiving?
  • Playing games
  • Doing a service project
  • Having snacks
  • Touring the Incarnation building
  • Each child will receive an age appropriate Bible.

Nursery care for children under 3 years old is also available for those who make an advanced registration.

To learn about Discover Incarnation, contact Becky Benson

Questions about being New to Incarnation? Contact Becky Benson.