Welcome to the

Church of the

Incarnation!

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Here at Incarnation, all are welcome.

We are an inclusive community of diverse people, gathered together and  learning together what it means to walk the way of Jesus, and growing together in a way that is not limited by age, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, or socio-economic status. We are a Christian community in the making, always in the process of being re-oriented and re-formed as we try to hew closer to our aspirations.

As a part of the Anglican Diocese of Niagara, we honour and value our inherited traditions, as we seek to create space to question, explore, and grow.

We believe God is active in our midst, and active in the world around us, inviting us into deeper relationship, and calling us love and serve one another as we work towards justice and reconciliation.

In the quiet of prayer and the kinship of community, we seek to know the hope that God’s love imparts.

In the wisdom of inherited story and tradition, we seek to grow in faith and trust.

In the joy and creativity of artistic expression, we seek to find new words for the story of salvation.

Services

Our Team

We’re online and in person!

Please note, our 8:30 service is on hiatus for the month of August and will return on September 10.
Join us live every Sunday at 10:00am for our combined in-person and Zoom service.

What’s Happening

Take what you need, leave what you can

Our community pantry is a small way to help ensure food security to those who need help. It will contain non-perishable food items available to anyone in our community.

We encourage you to help by spreading the word and donating what you can, or taking what you need.

Online Sunday Service

We continue to offer convenient ways to join our service. Every Sunday at 10am you can click the link and participate live via zoom.

CLICK HERE TO JOIN

Meeting ID: 841 2361 5060, password: 940026

If you prefer to use the call-in feature (no video): please call: 647-558-0588 then enter in the Meeting ID and Password listed above.

Recent Reflections

Morning Prayer, August 20

Message from . August 20, 2023.

Pentecost Eleven

Message from . August 13, 2023.

Transfiguration Sunday

Message from . August 6, 2023.

Newsletters

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The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario
The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario5 months ago
Thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy our Fall BBQ!
The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario
The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario7 months ago
Take what you need, leave what you can.

Born of the conviction that we’re called to take care of each other, our Community Pantry is a free food sharing cupboard with no strings attached.

Located beside our Community Garden, the Pantry contains a changing selection of non-perishable food items and toiletries, feely available to all.

Please help us spread the word. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you would like to help our food sharing program grow.
The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario
The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario7 months ago
Our new Community Pantry is almost ready to go! In the next little while, we’ll be introducing a food sharing program which we hope will offer a small measure of support to those in our neighborhood who experience food insecurity. Thanks to Jim and Samer for all of their hard work!
The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario
The Anglican Church of the Incarnation, Oakville, Ontario7 months ago
Bring your questions, doubts, and hopes as we gather tomorrow at 8:30 and 10am to reflect on the parable of the wheat and the weeds, and consider the mystery of God's unfailing love towards us. No previous church experience required.