Collecting the Sacrament of Holy Communion During the Pandemic
Parishioners may collect Holy Communion for at-home distribution from the Main Campus porte cochére by prior arrangement. The bread for this purpose will be consecrated at the Sunday morning services and should be administered that afternoon. A special form of prayer for this purpose will be included in each packet. Taking Communion to those prevented from attending worship has been a tradition since the earliest days of the Church, so we are glad to be able to reinstate this practice temporarily during this pandemic.
  1. Register before 12 noon on Friday. Late registrations cannot be accommodated.
  2. Registrants will receive an email on Saturday regarding the specific pick-up time.
  3. The pick-up window will be from 2 to 3 pm on Sunday at the Welcome Center porte cochére at the Main Campus with specific pick-up times assigned alphabetically.
This Sunday
Fr. Jon Jordan
Presence in a Virtual Age

• 9 am (Contemporary) Download Bulletin (PDF)
• 11:15 am (Traditional) Download Bulletin (PDF)
Becky Middleton and Casey Reid will lead the Uptown Band this week with a day of special worship song duets. They will lead favorite songs like All He Says I Am, the poignant Beautiful Things, and Great Are You Lord. Expect to hear songs by All Sons & Daughters, Gateway, and Brian & Katie Torwalt.
Join us online for Ascension Sunday, the day we celebrate the end of Christ's earthly ministry and his bodily ascension into heaven. Celebratory hymns include Hail the day that sees him rise, The head that once was crowned with thorns, and See the Conqueror mounts in triumph. The choir will sing festive anthems by Frederick Candlyn and Harold Darke, and Scott Dettra will play sparkling voluntaries by Bach—the Prelude & Fugue in D major, and the Toccata in F.
Recent Sermon
Lord Rowan Williams
It was a joy to have the former Archbishop of Canterbury join our services this past Sunday by delivering the sermon from his home in Cambridge.
Visit our Digital Worship page view previous service recordings.
We continue an online version of Morning Prayer each week. Join us Monday through Friday from 8 to 8:30 am on Facebook live.

Please note, Morning Prayer will be available online on Memorial Day, so join Fr. Jon Jordan at 8 am on Monday.
Pentecost is Two Sundays Away
We are excited about a couple of special opportunities for Pentecost on Sunday, May 31.
Outdoor Worship Service
Sunday, May 31 at 7:30 am
Main Campus Cloister Garden & North Campus South Parking Lot

A simple worship service of Holy Communion will be offered on Pentecost Sunday, May 31 at 7:30 am. There are some details you need to know for this special service. Please check the website for more info on safety precautions, seating, weather issues, and more.
Our online worship services will continue to live stream at 9 am for Contemporary service and 11:15 am for Traditional service.
Choral Evensong for the Feast of Pentecost
Sunday, May 31 from 5 to 5:45 pm

If you are already a regular at Choral Evensong, you will not want to miss this special webcast; and if you've never been before, give it a try. We think you will find it to be a deeply meaningful form of worship. Join us online for Choral Evensong to celebrate the feast of Pentecost. Consisting of a pattern of prayers, readings, and music, Evensong is a beautiful and beloved sung form of the Daily Office, and lasts less than 45 minutes. It is a particularly Anglican form of worship, and its liturgy is virtually unchanged since it appeared in the first Book of Common Prayer in 1549. The choir will sing festive music by Gerre Hancock, George Dyson, and Edward Elgar.
Why bother with the Creeds? Why do we have them in our Worship services? What’s wrong with just believing in the Bible? Do the creeds add something to the Bible? These and many more questions will be answered this Sunday as we continue our Sunday School Class on the Catechism. We will look at the next section in the Catechism which are the Creeds. It is an unusually short section, but it begs many questions that we will answer! Tune in on Facebook at 10:20 am!
The Ascension
Sunday School
Sunday, 10:30 to 11:10 am
Learn more about living your faith. Watch the video between now and Sunday. Questions will be discussed.
Middle School & Confirmation available via Zoom (Meeting ID: 859 293 349)

High School available via Zoom
We encourage all students, 6-12th grade, to join Student Ministry Zoom Sunday School. The discussion questions will relate to the video.
Next Week: Mid-Day Prayer
Please note that mid-day prayer will not be available this coming Monday, Memorial Day. Please join us Tuesday through Thursday at 12:30 pm on Zoom for a time of prayer and sharing. Friends are welcome!
The Impact of Your Generosity
We may have momentarily stepped out of the building to worship – but we continue to witness how fast and how far the Gospel can spread no matter the circumstances. Together, we will honor and glorify God by worshipping him, growing in our relationship with him, and caring for those who suffer in mind, body, and spirit. Thank you for making that possible. Thank you for your generosity.
Catherine Brady, Church of the Incarnation Vestry Member
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.