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WORSHIP
Sunday, April 19
Fr. Chase Skorburg
The Apostles Shelter-in-Place

• 9 am (Contemporary) Download Bulletin (PDF)
• 11:15 am (Traditional) Download Bulletin (PDF)
MUSIC
Becky Middleton and Casey Reid, along with the Uptown Worship Band, will continue this Easter season with modern hymns like Living Hope and Christ Is Risen. Due to overwhelming feedback during Holy Week, they will reprise their soulful rendition of Precious Lord (Take My Hand) during Communion. Expect to hear songs by Phil Wickham, Cody Carnes, and Mosaic Worship.
Celebrate the Second Sunday of Easter with us online. In addition to joyful Eastertide hymns, the choir will sing William Harris's anthem Most Glorious Lord of Life, a setting of words by the Elizabethan poet Edmund Spenser. Graham Schultz will play exciting organ music by French composer Jean Langlais for the voluntaries.
Your generosity enables people to be fed, masks to be made, at-risk members of our community to be cared for and supported. Also, worship and discipleship opportunities continue with enthusiasm and reach thousands online. Thank you for your support and commitment to the mission of the church.
Recent Sermon
Heart to Heart
Bishop Anthony Burton
Especially now, Easter calls you to leave behind the grave clothes of fear, and know new hope, new courage, new joy, new peace, new meaning in your relationship with Christ.
Visit our Digital Worship page view previous service recordings.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL
Last week, we talked about the Old Covenant, the one that God gave to the Hebrews through the Ten Commandments, as revealed in the Old Testament. This week, Fr. John Sundara takes a deeper look at the Ten Commandments. What are they? And what is their purpose for the Christian?
CHILDREN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL
Godly Play
Preschool to 1st Grade

Unfold the story of Easter and the meaning behind Easter symbols. View Video »
Take advantage of the resources for activities. Download PDF »
Connections
2nd & 3rd Grade

Jesus shared his last meal with the disciples on Maundy Thursday.

I-45
4th & 5th Grade

God's people are captured and exiled to Babylon.

YOUTH SUNDAY SCHOOL
  1. Watch the video between now and Sunday School.
  2. Click on the links to join the Zoom meetings on Sunday.
  3. Questions discussed about the video
ZOOM IN FOR DISCUSSION
Sunday, 10:30 to 11:10 am
Middle School & Confirmation available via Zoom (Meeting ID: 859 293 349)

High School available via Zoom (Meeting ID: 991 828 906)
PARENT INFORMATION
We encourage all students, 6-12th grade, to join Student Ministry Zoom Sunday School. The discussion questions will relate to the video.
PARISH NOTES
Be sure to check out the interactive special COVID-19 edition of the Incarnation Angelus! It was created just for you during this unique time in our lives.
Church of the Incarnation is a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas , a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Main Campus
3966 McKinney Ave • Dallas 75204
North Campus
12727 Hillcrest Rd • Dallas 75230
Church of the Incarnation prohibits licensed carriers from carrying firearms on its premises. Although the Texas Legislature recently struck a provision in the law that stated handguns are not allowed in a place of worship, the legislature still allows the church to prohibit licensed carriers from bringing firearms into churches if oral or written notice of that prohibition is provided as it is here. If you customarily carry a gun, please leave it locked in your car before entering the church or Incarnation Academy. Thank you.