Livestream Worship Goes On
While reading through today's eNews, you will see that the work and ministry of your parish continues! As with each Thursday in this season, this email has all you need to worship as a parish this Sunday. While we have reviewed the recent announcements by various government authorities, we, under the direction of the Bishop of Dallas, will continue with livestream online-only worship for now. We are looking forward to when we can be back together for in-person worship.
The Gospel Spreads Faster
Help us spread the Gospel and love for our neighbors while we are physically apart from them.
Make a drop-off of requested goods for our Grocery/Supply Drive on Wednesdays and get a yard sign to encourage your neighbors. Supplies limited, one per household.
We have compiled a collection of digital resources for you to download, decorate, post, and share with others.
This Sunday
Fr. John Sundara
On a Trip With Jesus That’s Taking Far Too Long

• 9 am (Contemporary) Download Bulletin (PDF)
• 11:15 am (Traditional) Download Bulletin (PDF)
Join us online for the traditional service on this Fourth Sunday of Easter. The choir will sing William Henry Harris's beautiful setting of Come down, O Love divine, a text by the medieval mystic poet Bianco da Siena. For the voluntaries, Graham Schultz will play two pieces by Louis Vierne: the Andante from his first organ symphony, and his rousing Carillon de Westminster, which is based on the melody of the Westminster Quarters, which strike the time from the Elizabeth Tower (often called Big Ben) at the Palace of Westminster in London. A bit of trivia: Big Ben is the name of the tower's largest bell, which strikes the hour, not the tower itself.
Becky Middleton and Casey Reid are excited to lead worship this week from our North Campus alongside some of the north musicians to perform favorite worship songs like Follow You and Build My Life. Also, they will feature Brokenness Aside by All Sons & Daughters which Casey and Becky covered last month on social media. Expect to hear songs by Elevation Worship, Housefires, and The Brilliance.
Recent Sermon
The Daily Shepherd
Fr. Thomas Kincaid
Visit our Digital Worship page view previous service recordings.
This Monday, we begin an online version of Morning Prayer. Join us Monday through Friday from 8 to 8:30 am on Facebook live.
Last week, we looked at the topic of Sin & Redemption. We concluded that the catechism expanded our understanding of sin, and narrowed our understanding of where this redemption of sin can be found: in Jesus the Messiah, the Son of God. But who exactly is this Son of God, and how does he redeem us? Don’t take this answer for granted! Join us to see how the Catechism instructs us.
Preschool to 1st Grade

The Good Shepherd & World Communion

2nd & 3rd Grade

Easter Day

4th & 5th Grade


  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
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)
We encourage all students, 6-12th grade, to join Student Ministry Zoom Sunday School. The discussion questions will relate to the video.
Special Prayers
Olivia Parker Draper (4/14)
Mary Eileen Shine Abell (4/9)
Virginia Sember Clarke (4/22)
Stephen “Steve” Albrecht (4/24)
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.