Come Grow With Us Church of the Incarnation We are a small, friendly church family centered around our values of Family, Compassion, Humor, Faith/Spirituality, Honesty, Love & Trust with the courage to be a vital congregation and service to the broader community.

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Incarnation Church Center

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Come for worship designed for pet owners, and bring your "Best Friend" with you.


Second Sunday of the Second Month

of each Quarter

February * May* August *  November

11:30 AM 


All Pets are WELCOME

Bring your Pet to Church

     Worship Service with a Sermon specifically geared to the youth. Children will be invited to the Altar to assist with Communion.   


     After the Service, we gather in the Undercroft for fellowship and a Pot Luck Lunch with Sunday School and Adult Education  

All are welcome to join us!


Nourishment Sunday

3rd Sunday of the Month Donations will be collected to feed the hungry. The Food Pantry can buy 1 lb. of food

for every 12 cents collected.  

 

Our goal is to collect funds to purchase

one ton of food each quarter!  (Checks may also be sent to the Church Office  to be included in our monthly donation to the Food Pantry)


Food Pantry Sunday

Regular Opportunities

Important Dates

Add the following dates to

to your Calendar!

 We pray for Our Military:

                                  Lt. Col. Matt Boulos,  

                                  Capt. Anthony Liggayu,                                   Lt. Edlyn Liggayu,                                   Maj. Aaron Scully,                                    

  . . .and our military friends: Lt. Col. Dave Benjamin, Capt. Sean Benjamin,  CW3 Steven Chauncey, Capt. Shaun Collins, Major Brad Crosson, Sgt. Ryan Krochmolny, Maj. Comador Ferguson, Maj. Lisa Klekowski, Lance Corporal Christopher Miller, Seaman Robert Rademacher, and for all those serving overseas.


May God bestow grace and care upon all of

     our men and women of our Armed Forces,       at home and abroad.

Give them strength of character and the

     courage to face the perils that may beset them as they do their duty.   

May they serve a sense of your abiding presence to keep them safe from harm.


Sunday, December 9th  -ADVENT II Worship 10 AM, Fellowship to follow



Please Note:

Please let us know if you are ill or in the hospital

so that we can visit you and

also put your name on the prayer list.

Church Office: 630-351-3249


50 Acts of Kindness

by Kids for Advent

  1. Donate a coat or jumper to charity (leaving a happy note in the pocket)
  2. Donate to the local food bank
  3. Make Christmas cards for your neighbors
  4. Leave change in the vending machine
  5. Sort your toys and donate any that you no longer play with to charity or your local church
  6. Leave chalk messages around where you live
  7. Sharpen all the pencils in the classroom at break time
  8. Write a letter to your sibling telling them why you love them
  9. Leave a beautiful homemade bookmark in your library book and give one to the Librarian
  10. Leave the pound in the shopping trolley next time you go to the supermarket
  11. Deliver cookies to your neighbors
  12. Tidy your bedroom
  13. Write a note and mail them to the houses with great Christmas lights saying thank you for lighting up their house for you to see
  14. Sit next to someone you normally don’t at the lunch table and be nice to them
  15. Be a holiday helper – volunteer to deliver local Christmas cards
  16. Make a bird feeder
  17. Send a care package to someone in the military
  18. Find three of your toys to give to the local children's hospital
  19. Pass on some of your books to friends
  20. Give a lottery ticket to a stranger
  21. Donate books to your school library
  22. Leave out water for the birds
  23. Write thank you cards for your teacher, coach, Cubs leader or people that have influenced you in a positive way
  24. Clean up the area where you live by picking up litter. sure you wear gloves and do it with an adult.
  25. Help round the house without being asked to
  26. Donate pet food to a local shelter
  27. Put together a shoebox for your local church
  28. Write a thank you note for the bin collectors and post person
  29. Wash your parents car
  30. Give a homeless person a blanket
  31. Deice your neighbors windshields in the morning
  32. Take everyone in your class a candy cane or cookie
  33. Take poinsettias to your nearest nursing home
  34. Make a Christmas card for the school receptionist
  35. Offer to help an elderly friend or neighbor with their Christmas decorations
  36. Make Christmas flowers for the reception at school
  37. Make a thank you card for the school crossing staff
  38. Cook dinner for your family
  39. Offer to pack the shopping bags of the person in front of you and behind you at the supermarket
  40. Invite a new friend for a play date or out to play
  41. Walk someone else's dog
  42. Give out a complement
  43. Give out free hugs today
  44. Hold the door open for people all day
  45. Smile all day
  46. Let someone go in front of you in a queue
  47. Introduce yourself to someone new at school and chat with them
  48. Ring an elderly relative and have a nice chat to them
  49. Make a tree decoration for your baby sitter
  50. Donate this weeks pocket money to charity