Church of the Incarnation

To Know Christ & Make Him Known

That Christ may dwell in our hearts through faith as we are being rooted and grounded in love

An Important Update


For thousands of generations, the Church, and Israel before it, gathered together for worship through times of persecution, war, sickness, and health. Although COVID is unprecedented in the effect it has had on our various communities, we know that God does not stand far off from us but is in fact with us.

We have worked hard as a community to ensure that we have abided by the Province of Ontario's Health and the Toronto Diocese's safety protocols that will allow us to worship safely. And so we invite you to come and hear, see, and seek God at our 10am Eucharist service each Sunday. All are welcome.


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Weekday Morning Prayer
Each weekday morning at 9:30am we come together on zoom to say Morning Prayer together and get to know more about and catch up with one another. You do not have to be a member of Incarnation to join in, we'd love to have you join us. It's a great way to start your day with a quiet time of prayer and reflection. If you would like to join us, please contact us at: (416) 221-7516 or so that we can send you a link to the zoom meeting.

Thursday Night Socials
Each Thursday we gather on zoom at 7pm to chat about a variety of topics that are going on in local and international news. It's a time to get to know one another better and to sustain and build connections with each other. If you're not currently a member of Incarnation, we'd love to have you come and get to know us and give us a chance to get to know you. All are invited!

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Sunday, May 30, Morning Prayer, Rev Leigh Silcox presiding Dear Incarnation family, In 2021 we celebrate the 25th anniversary of FaithWorks! Let us offer our gratitude to those who have worked in this vineyard of the Lord these past 25…

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We have protocols in place to keep folks safe before, during and after the service. As part of these protocols, masks covering the nose, mouth and chin are required for the duration of the service.


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