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Church of the Incarnation
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Today 7AM–1PM, 5–9PM
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Poinsettias adorn our altar for Christmas in 1964. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday #episcopal
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Shepherds, wise men and angels welcome baby Jesus at our 1948 Christmas pageant. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday #episcopal #nativity
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Our tower carillon at the foundry prior to delivery in 1953. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday #episcopal
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In 1962, Ward Skinner and Bob Shuey review the service plan with acolyte leader Frank Meier. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday
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Early architectural model of our Memorial Garden Columbarium. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday
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Presiding Bishop Henry St. George Tucker with Bishop Harry T. Moore (and Mrs. Moore) in 1940 at the Incarnation rectory on Miramar Ave. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday
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Ornament celebrating Incarnation's centennial in 1997. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday #episcopal
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St. Nicholas visits Incarnation in 1947. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday #episcopal
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Uptown's "Songs from Earth, Our Island Home" EP debuts Nov 23! Video: https://vimeo.com/112311105
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Our Sunday School leaders circa 1942. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday
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Our choir about 100 years ago. Can you spot the palm branches? #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday
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Mirrors once allowed viewing of both choir stalls from the organ loft. #tbt #throwbackthursday #tbthursday
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3966 McKinney Ave Dallas, TX 75204
3966 McKinney AvenueUSTexasDallas75204
(214) 521-5101incarnation.org
Episcopal ChurchToday 7AM–1PM, 5–9PM
Sunday 7AM–1PM, 5–9PMMonday 8:30AM–5PMTuesday 8:30AM–5PMWednesday 8:30AM–5PMThursday 8:30AM–5PMFriday 8:30AM–1PMSaturday Closed
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"...great vacation bible school for kids and Wednesday bible study the priest..."
"...which is deeply rooted in the liturgy practices of the Episcopal Church."
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James McFadyen
8 months ago
This is a super church, which I have attended for over six years now, since walking into the contemporary service one Sunday in 2009. A fantastic mix of generations, walks of life, and calls to faith. Made up from a super traditional service congregation, and a contemporary congregation which is deeply rooted in the liturgy practices of the Episcopal Church. If you are looking for a place to call home spiritually, and grow in your faith, amongst a loving, and nurturing community, then you should seriously consider the Church of the Incarnation.
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Amanda Morey
2 years ago
I grew up in this church and love it! They have wonderful activities for all she's that get you excited and CHRIST. If you live close or are visiting I would suggest you check us out!
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Shahidul Islam
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Aaron Wulff
6 months ago
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richard granger
a year ago
I grew up in this church my granparents dick and frances were very active in this church and there ashes are in the church its a very traditional church .its a lil too traditional that im scared to ask if they are accepting of glbt i kno in my heart my grandparents loved me and accepts me i kno god does as well i would like to kno if they are ok with gays if so i will come back if not i, d like to find a church not in the oak lawn area but one that loves everybody because thats what christians are suppose to do love one another .also its a lil heartbreaking for me since my grandparents are there and my fathers funeral was held there .but besides that it had a great vacation bible school for kids and Wednesday bible study the priest are nice i dont kno if i would recommend it but if it speaks to do then yes its a good church oh and christmas masses were awesome
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Max Joseph
2 years ago
Lovely church, services are about 15-30min too long.
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Julane Swank
5 months ago
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Bill Cordell
6 months ago