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Church of the Incarnation, 1240 Old Abbey Lane, Oakville, Ontario

Inviting, Engaging, Empowering

We are a contemporary, inclusive parish for people of diverse ages and backgrounds. We gather together to worship, pray, sing, laugh and grow.

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Sunday Services

8:30 AM Sunday Service

A quiet reflective service, in the chapel. There is no nursery or children's church, but children are welcome to attend the service.

10:00 AM Sunday Service

A contemporary service in the worship space, with music. There is a staffed nursery for children up to the age of three, and a fun and educational Children's Church for ages 4 to 15. Children are also welcome to remain in the service.

Upcoming Events

Apr 2019

Maundy Thursday, April 18 at 6:30: Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Good Friday Liturgy, April 19 -10:00 am: Friday, April 19, 2019 - 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

8:30 Spoken Service: Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM

10:00 Choral Worship: Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Choir Practice: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 - 7:15 PM - 8:30 PM

8:30 Spoken Service: Sunday, April 28, 2019 - 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM

All Upcoming Events

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Bishop Susan Bell April 14 2019

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Holy Week Services 

MAUNDY THURSDAY, April 18 - 6:30pm Join us for our potluck dinner and liturgy. Please bring along a small, Mediterranean style dish to share with the community. 

GOOD FRIDAY, April 19 -10:00am Liturgy of the Passion.  After the service, we’ll gather for conversation over hot cross buns. 

EASTER SUNDAY, April 21 - 8:30 & 10:00am 
Easter Day services We’ll have special musical guests through-out our Holy week services and a  sing-along presentation of the Hallelujah Chorus on Easter Sunday at 10am. BRING YOUR BELLS TO RING IN EASTER!

Wednesday April 10th, 2019 - 9:49 am

The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario

Youth Mental Health Issues
Prevention and Recovery
Public Meeting

The mental health of youth in our communities is under significant stress, leading to depression, substance abuse and even suicide. These are issues that are often under reported and recognized but which are devastating for the young people concerned and their parents. ROAD [Recovery, Opportunity, Advocacy, Development] which is a young people's mutual support group, is holding a public meeting entitled:' Youth Mental Health Issues: Prevention and Recovery' on Tuesday, April 30th at 7:0ppm at the Queen Elizabeth Community and Cultural Centre, Bridge Road, Oakville. The purpose of this meeting is to both raise awareness about the mental health issues many young people are experiencing and to offer professional presentations that will provide both understanding of the character and context of these behaviours and information about available positive responses.

The keynote speaker will be Dr. Janet Patterson, Director of Emergency Psychiatry at St Joseph's Health Care Hamilton. She will be supported by presenters from the Halton District School Board, Halton Region Health Department and a parent survivor. The meeting will be moderated by Regional Councilor Allan Elgar. It is hoped that this meeting will generate more public concern and involvement in attempting to keep our young people mentally strong and happy.
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Youth Mental Health Issues
Prevention and Recovery
Public Meeting

The mental health of youth in our communities is under significant stress, leading to depression, substance abuse and even suicide. These are issues that are often under reported and recognized but which are devastating for the young people concerned and their parents. ROAD [Recovery, Opportunity, Advocacy, Development] which is a young peoples mutual support group, is holding a public meeting entitled: Youth Mental Health Issues: Prevention and Recovery on Tuesday, April 30th at 7:0ppm at the Queen Elizabeth Community and Cultural Centre, Bridge Road, Oakville. The purpose of this meeting is to both raise awareness about the mental health issues many young people are experiencing and to offer professional presentations that will provide both understanding of the character and context of these behaviours and information about available positive responses.

The keynote speaker will be Dr. Janet Patterson, Director of Emergency Psychiatry at St Josephs Health Care Hamilton. She will be supported by presenters from the Halton District School Board, Halton Region Health Department and a parent survivor. The meeting will be moderated by Regional Councilor Allan Elgar. It is hoped that this meeting will generate more public concern and involvement in attempting to keep our young people mentally strong and happy.
Saturday Feb 2nd from 9- 3 pm Walking Toward Reconciliation, a day of listening & learning with Rick McLean. Rick’s Spirit Name is Animiqwoam,“thunder and lightning” in Ojibwe, & this is how his messages are delivered, with enthusiasm & electricity! $20 w lunch. This will completely change the way you think and feel about the relationship between Indigenous peoples and settlers of Canada. Church of the Incarnation 1240 Old Abbey Lane Oakville
ON MY WAY: Faith at Work with Cheri DiNovo
 Thursday January 17th at Incarnation, 
Cheri Di Novo is a United Church minister who served as the MPP for Parkdale-High Park for eleven years. During that time Cheri was responsible for introducing and getting passed more private members bills than any previous MPP. She conducted the first same sex marriage in North America; founded Girls in Government; supported affordable housing and cycling in cities. She is currently ministering at Trinity -St. Pauls on Bloor Street in Toronto. Cheri will share with us how her spirituality has developed and shaped her personal and public life. Following her presentation there will be table groups to discuss how Cheris spiritual journey may have something to say to our own. Everyone is welcome, a free will offering will be appreciated.
Christmas Eve Services Monday, Dec.24th

4:30 pm Family Communion and Carol Sing

7 pm Holy Communion with choir, carols and candlelight

10:30 pm Holy Communion with choir, 
                carols and candlelight

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hope its I warm climate there because it sure as heck don't work here

Huge congratulations, Archdeacon Michael!,

It would be ironic if you struck oil, black gold, Texas tea 🙂

Bravo

ON MY WAY: Faith at Work - Thurs. Nov 22nd 7-9 pm
Incarnation is offering an evening of education, exploration and dialogue for people to explore the role of spirituality in their life. How does one’s faith/spirituality intersect with your everyday existence? Does spirituality inform the way you behave; how you work, how you make decisions or how you engage with family and friends?  Our first session will be led by Michael Coren broadcaster, journalist and candidate for the Anglican Church priesthood. Following Michaels talk there will be an opportunity for small group discussion as well as a question and answer period. Free of charge but free will offering greatly appreciated

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