Church of the Incarnation in New York,NY 10016

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  • 11 am this Wednesday: Join us in the Parish House to pack Thanksgiving meals and deliver them to the homebound in Murray Hill with local nonprofit HONEY (Helping Our Neighbors Eat Year-round). Please contact Jill Curtin at [email protected] if you’d like to volunteer.

  • Our Next Outreach Projects

    Please join us on October 6 for a work day at Moravian Open Door, a transitional housing facility for those who are elderly and homeless. To learn more, please email [email protected]

    20s and 30s will have a chance to learn about Grand Central Network's emergency shelter system at the BBQ and Band party on September 25 at 7pm.

  • Last week's play reading was fantastic. Can't wait for the next one!

  • So much going on this summer at Incarnation! Check out our website to learn more.

  • VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL – ART WEEK: Children ages 3-10 are invited to join us for this summer’s VBS, an arts-based ecumenical Christian program focusing on arts, music, storytelling, crafts and games. Head to www.churchoftheincarnation.org for more information!

  • Start off your day with Morning Prayer on Tuesdays at 8 AM. Coffee and pastries after!

  • This Sunday at Incarnation - guided tours from 1:30-6pm as a part of the NY Landmarks Conservancy's Sacred Sites program. Come learn about our landmark building and our living faith.

  • Had a great time in worship last week - such a loving, welcoming group.

  • Lots going on this week at Incarnation - check out our website and join us!

  • Holy Week is an amazing experience at Incarnation - Easter is all the more meaningful after having prayed and reflected all week. Check out www.churchoftheincarnation.org for more info.

  • Lenten Lecture Series - Spiritual Autobiography. C.S. Lewis, Julian of Norwich, Thomas Merton, Two Clergy Autobiographies, and the Rt. Rev. Mark S. Sisk. Sundays, 12:30 PM in the Parish Dining Room. Light lunch included.

  • Lent at - Holy Eucharist and Ash Wednesday liturgy at 8:15 am, 12:15 pm, and 6:15 pm. Imposition of ashes all day in
    the church. Please join us

  • Join us for Lent at Incarnation!

    Wednesday, February 22: Ash Wednesday - Holy Eucharist and Ash Wednesday liturgy at 8:15 am, 12:15 pm, and 6:15 pm. Imposition of ashes all day in the church.

    Sundays in Lent - Lenten Lecture Series: Spiritual Autobiography - C.S. Lewis, Julian of Norwich, Thomas Merton, Two Clergy Autobiographies, and the Rt. Rev. Mark S. Sisk. Sundays, 12:30 pm in the Parish Dining Room. A light lunch will be served. 

  • 20s/30s Drinks and Discussion - Meet at the Parish House on Tuesday, Jan 31 and we'll head to a local bar for good conversation. First drink - be it a coke or a beer - is on us.

  • 2012 CONFIRMATION/INQUIRERS CLASS. Classes are set to begin on February 8, at 7pm, for those who are interested in the Episcopal Church's understanding of the Christian faith. The five sessions can serve as preparation for confirmation, reception, church membership, or the renewal of a baptismal commitment. Some people who just want to learn more about the Episcopal Church also attend, and long-term members of Incarnation come for a refresher course. Please contact us at [email protected] if you are interested.

  • MEN’S GROUP MEETING: 6pm. Monday, January 9. All men (including those who attend the 20s/30s group!) are invited to our first meeting of the new year. One of our members, Greggory Keith Spence will discuss the upcoming primaries and the current political situation in the US. Greggory has taught political science at the New School as well as serving as its General Counsel.

  • Worship with us on New Year's Day - 8:30am and 11am!

  • Please join us this Christmas - for Festival Eucharist with music at 10:30pm on Christmas Eve and for Christmas Day worship at 11am.

  • Please join us this Sunday at 5pm for Lessons and Carols, a wonderful service of darkness and light, prayer, music, and reflection.

  • Christmas at Incarnation is a wonderful time to draw near to God. Please join us!

  • I am so thankful to be a part of an engaged, diverse, growing congregation in the midst of the city, a group of people committed to living out their faith in the midst of a world in great need. Please know that you are always welcome here.