Thursday, September 12, 2019 - Monday, September 16, 2019
Welcome to the Church of the Incarnation!
As you enter the Church of the Incarnation, come not as a stranger, but as a guest of God. He is your Heavenly Father. Come then into His Presence, offering Him your love and service. Be grateful to those who, in the name of The Incarnation, built this place of worship and to all who hallowed it with their prayers and praises. Beseech His blessing on all those who, rejoicing in the power of the Holy Spirit, love this House of Faith. And may His blessing rest upon you, both on your going out and your coming in. -Amen
We welcome new parishioners!
New Parishioner and Faith Formation forms are available online as well as at the main entrance of the church. If you fill out the print version of either form, please mail or place it in the collection basket.
Significance of the Incarnation
The name of our parish church has its basis in the gospel of St. John (1:14) "The Word became Flesh and made His dwelling among us." The foundation of the Christian faith is that the Son of God, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity, became a human being. He came into the flesh (Latin, in carnum). Jesus Christ is really God and truly human. The word Incarnation describes this great mystery of God's love for us.