Volume 81 | Week of September 9, 2019
This Week at Incarnate Word
"Renewing ministry means reconnecting the church with what God is up to in the world."

~Rev. Dave Daubert
Hurricane Dorian Relief
Hurricane Dorian has hit the Bahamas with devastating force, leading to major damage and a growing number of reported deaths. Its devastation has also been felt along the southeastern coast of the United States. Click below to see how you can help bringing healing. 100% of your gift will be used for Hurricane Relief.
Word in Action Team
Monday, September 9th
The Word in Action core group meets on  Monday, September 9th at 7 pm for its regular monthly meeting. Anyone is welcome to join us as we continue to plan outreach and fellowship events for the year ahead.
Community Arts Academy Advisory Team
Tuesday, September 10th
The CAA Steering Committee will be meeting on  Tuesday, September 10th at 5:30 pm.  . If you are interested in being a part of this team or want more information contact either Pastor Doug at 244-6065 or Margret Roberts.
Choir Rehearsal
Wednesday, September 11th
Join us on Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm as our choir resumes its weekly rehearsal schedule. No experience necessary! See Thatcher Lyman if you have any questions.
Serving in Worship
Sunday, September 15th
Adult Forum
Sunday, September 15th
Reversing Global Warming...
Join us on Sunday, September 15th at 11:00 am when Pastor David Inglis of the Pachamama Alliance will introduce us to "Project Drawdown." which is the most comprehensive plan to reverse global warming. Come see how you can be part of the saving of our planet!
25th Anniversary of Ordination
A Special Thank You!
Installation of Congregation Council Members
Sunday, September 15th
Join us on  Sunday, September 15th  for the installation of our 2019-2020 Congregation Council. At this service we will give thanks to God for our council members as well as publicly offer our prayers of love and support for them as they lead us in ministry in the months to come.
Congregational Retreat
Saturday, September 21st
Pastor's Ponderings
"In the City for Go o d ..."