This Sunday: September 30

Welcome to Incarnation! Gathering in worship is central to our faith and life. Please come and be a part of it. This page is your guide to what’s happening at Incarnation this Sunday.

Bible Texts for Worship

Numbers 11:4-6, 10-16, 24-29 | James 5:13-20 | Preaching Text: Mark 9:38-50
Preaching Pastor: Chris Smith

This Sunday in WorshipEternal flame

Each week Incarnation holds worship gatherings at 8:45 a.m. and 10:05 a.m. in the Sanctuary, and at 10:45 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. in Incarnation Hall. View descriptions.

Third Grade Bible Presentation

All morning worship services

Third Grade students and their parents are invited to be part of worship this Sunday when the children will receive a Bible as part of the Third Grade Milestone. Questions? Contact Rebecca Christiansen.

This Sunday at Incarnation

SPARK Sunday

SPARK Sunday is Incarnation’s version of Sunday School. SPARK is an opportunity for your child(ren) to connect with God, friends, and caring adults in an engaging environment. Children 3 years of age through 4th grade will grow in their faith as they explore God’s Word and learn to connect their faith with their daily lives.  All are welcome here at Incarnation. If you would like to visit SPARK Ministry on Sunday or Wednesday, the host at the SPARK Check-in Station can help you with that. Our team will guide you through the first time guest process and you will be personally brought to your child’s classroom(s). We are happy to answer any questions you have about SPARK Ministry and will make you feel comfortable navigating your way through Incarnation. Learn more.

Kairos – Two Thousand Years of Christianity in Egypt

Dr. Lois Farag, Luther Seminary

The Christians of Egypt represent one of the most ancient Christian communities in the world, yet few people know of this vibrant and strong Christian presence in Egypt. Discovering their ancient presence and contribution to Christian theology, their perseverance through centuries to preserve the Christian faith, and their present struggle and existence against all odds is a story you should know. Sunday, September 30 is part two of a two part series.

Dr. Lois Farag is a Professor of History of Early Christianity at Luther Seminary. As professor and public speaker, her topic of expertise is Alexandrian Theology, Early Christianity, Coptic Orthodox Church, and Spirituality. 

For more information on Kairos, click here