News & Events
What’s happening at Incarnation
We’ve paused in-person gatherings in the Parish House due to COVID-19 and are hosting most parish programing on Zoom. You can learn more about our developing response to the pandemic, which prioritizes physical safety and spiritual togetherness, here. Join our email list to receive weekly updates, spiritual reflections, and access information for offerings held via Zoom. Here are a few highlights!
Introduction to the Enneagram
Our next series for small groups begins this summer with a focus on the Enneagram. The series kicks off Thursday, June 10, at 7:00 pm with an “Introduction to the Enneagram” by the Rev. Michelle Meech. The following week, small groups will begin a six-part study of The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective by noted contemporary American author and Franciscan friar Richard Rohr. Contact the clergy if you would like to participate in a small group of six to eight parishioners – and let us know what days of the week and times of day (morning/afternoon/evening) are most convenient for you. Please note that small groups will meet on Zoom.
Summer Small Groups
As the pandemic wanes, It is finally safe to resume our in-person ministry with the residents of Moravian Open Door. Parishioners are invited to Moravian Open Door for a bingo night in mid July, with the date soon to be finalized. We are seeking donations of bingo prizes worth approximately $10 as well as refreshments (individually wrapped, please). Contact the Rev. Rik Pike for more information and/or if you would like to make a donation for this event.
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Spiritual Tips and Biblical Reflections
We are collecting spiritual tips and reflections on Scripture from members and friends of the parish. If you have a favorite prayer practice, devotional book, Bible verse or other source of spiritual nourishment, contact the clergy to share it with the larger Incarnation community. Submissions in writing or video recording (up to 2 minutes) are welcome. Thank you for helping us “encourage one another and build each other up” as the Body of Christ. (1 Thess. 5:11).