Meet people who make an impact
Here at Incarnation, we host many activities and events that help our community, both locally and globally. Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world! We encourage you to find a group or activity that interests you — you’ll be surprised how much fun you can have while building a stronger community.
Interested in learning more about our groups, events and activities? Give the office a call 905-825-2851.
Caring for one another is central to Jesus’ teachings.
We advocate for a world where basic needs are met, people flourish, and peace reigns, by identifying root causes of injustice taking action to change societal norms.
Our climate-justice team does more then just ensure our church is “green” by making sure we meet general standards for environmental responsibility, we also build relationships with local organizations to encourage a greening of the wider community.
Food security is a real problem. Our small and mighty Community Garden grows fresh produce which is in-turn donated to local food banks and community organizations.
No green thumb? No problem, we always need people to help deliver the harvest!
The Christian Learning Team (CLT) gathers in a spirit of prayer, mutual respect, shared leadership, and joy! CLT identifies the learning needs of members of Incarnation and the broader community related to Christianity/Spirituality. CLT plans and facilitates activities to meet those needs and evaluates activities to improve future planning.
We enjoy many social gatherings such as pancake dinners, Welcome Back BBQ, Scotch tastings, Wing and a Prayer. Got an idea for a great reason to get together? Let us know!
This is one of our most popular annual traditions and one of our largest fundraisers. It features our delightful Tea Room, homemade baked goods table, a selection of local vendors, and a frenzied silent auction table.
We have big plans to make the land that surrounds our church a place for community gatherings. Phase one was clearing the invasive buckthorn bushes that covered the forest area. Join us in the next phase as we turn our vision into reality.