It’s Freedom Sunday – a day to shine a light on the connections between human trafficking, labour exploitation, and missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and 2SLGBTQAAI persons. READ MORE HERE
We are preparing for Black History Month. You can find lots of links in our newsletter this week.
Fall is a busy time at Incarnation! Dare we say the busy season leading up to Christmas. Click here to read about upcoming events.
We continue with the Season of Creation highlighting food insecurity. Click here to read more in the newsletter
Learn more about our Poppies for Peace project in this week’s newsletter. Click here to read the newsletter
We continue our exploration of Black History Month and our community building by welcoming Julien Kingston from Oakville Museums to our service this week. Click here to read the newsletter
Help us make 5,000 poppies We are creating a Remembrance Day 2022 art installation which will display thousands of handmade poppies cascading down the outside of the Church. You can help us by knitting or crocheting poppies using any deep red yarn and dropping them of at the church before September 1, 2022. Click here to…
We’ve returned to live, online services for the Christmas season. Click here to read more and download the order-of-service
In the second Sunday of Advent, we learn about the value of water, and the urgency to care for it better. Click here to read our newsletter