Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Rowan Williams, Preaches this Sunday
On Sunday, May 17, our preacher is Lord Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury (you may remember that he presided at the marriages of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles and later at the marriage of William and Kate). He is one of the great Christian figures of our generation. A widely published author and preacher, Lord Williams, who is fluent in eleven languages, is known for his depth and obvious holiness. This is a sermon not to be missed!
Collecting the Sacrament of Holy Communion During the Pandemic
Beginning this Sunday, May 17, 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
Lord Rowan Williams
Former Archbishop of Canterbury

• 9 am (Contemporary) Download Bulletin (PDF)
• 11:15 am (Traditional) Download Bulletin (PDF)
Becky Middleton and Casey Reid will lead our Uptown band with the highly requested worship song “Raise A Hallelujah.” They have a few specials for you this week including “Christ The Lord Is With Me,” a beautifully poignant song from Steffany Gretzinger’s (Bethel) new album, and the high energy, folk-infused “God So Loved” by We The Kingdom. Expect to hear songs by Housefires, Bethel, and Page CXVI.
The Uptown Band singers come together to perform a social distancing version of the song “With Great Gentleness.” View video »
Join us online as we celebrate the Sixth Sunday of Easter, commonly called Rogation Sunday. The choir will sing Richard Shephard's jubilant anthem The Easter Song of Praise, as well as Edward Elgar's beautiful setting of the 14th-century Eucharistic text Ave serum corpus. Graham Schultz will play organ voluntaries by Edward Bairstow and Charles Villiers Stanford.
Recent Sermon
Every Good Gift
Bishop Anthony Burton

The Apostle James has two big ideas: 1. Your life is a gift. 2. Don’t be a vampire.
Visit our Digital Worship page view previous service recordings.
We continue an online version of Morning Prayer this week. Join us Monday through Friday from 8 to 8:30 am on Facebook live.
This week, we learn about the New Covenant, according to the BCP's catechism. The best way to understand the New Covenant is to compare it with how the Catechism explains the Old Covenant--God's relationship with the Hebrew people as it is described in the Old Testament. But what makes the New Covenant "new"? How does it help us understand who Jesus is and what he has done for us according to Scripture?
The Promise of the Holy Spirit
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.
Special Prayers
John Wiley Harmon (4/30)

Sarah Frances Ancell (5/5)

Margot Alice Bragg (5/8)
Karen Shafer (4/30)

Amelie Avery (5/11)
The Impact of Your Generosity
We are family, and feeling connected when we are apart is difficult but not impossible. Some 75 parishioners have volunteered their time and resources to reach out to all 5,000 church members to check in, offer assistance, and take prayer requests.

Thank you for your generosity to one another. Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing. 1 Thessalonians 5:11
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.