Family Events

Families come in all difference shapes and sizes and all are welcome at Incarnation. Family events aren’t only for parents and children; grandparents, aunts, uncles, and whoever else feels like family to you, are encouraged to take part in any and all of the following opportunities.

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Upcoming Family Events

Family Events are a great way to get to know other families at Incarnation, participate in our community and experience some pretty fun events!

Christmas Cards and Ornament Decorating

Wednesday, November 22 from 7:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Join us in Grace Hall following the Thanksgiving Eve service to decorate Christmas ornaments and make a Christmas card or two that will be delivered by Incarnation’s pastors during hospital and shutin visits. This is a free, drop in service opportunity for the whole family.

Faith in Action Service Opportunities

2015-03-25 18.35.41Faith in Action Service Opportunities (formerly known as Family Helping Hands) are service opportunities for families, middle school and high school students, college age individuals and anyone else who is looking to serve our local community and world with other people from Incarnation. *Students who are in 4th grader or under must to be accompanied by a parent/guardian.*

Faith in Action Packing at Feed My Starving Children

January 30; 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the Coon Rapids Feed My Starving Children

Join us at the Coon Rapids Feed My Starving Children packing facility from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.! We will meet at FMSC. This is open to ANYONE ages 5 and older!  To sign up please visit: https://volunteer.fmsc.org/Register/Group/JoinGroup.aspx?gid=1241622

Questions about Faith in Action? Contact Kristin Bloxham.

 

 

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