Church of the Incarnation

Services

All Sunday Services have been suspended until further notice.
Jesus acknowledges that there are many challenges and difficulties in this life. In fact, committing to him can subject us to persecution and conflict. He is with us to help and encourages us to endure. Tune in to this week's service to learn more about endurance and walking with Jesus in every part of our lives.

The link to our service for 14 June is
https://youtu.be/2yd_pn6LPRA

Thank you for joining us and everyone connecting as we offer ourselves to God with thanks and praise.

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To access our YouTube channel and all services that have been uploaded, the link is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1fRXNfvjpzlGFlcRT9Bnzg

Nothing can separate us from God's love. Nothing can keep us from worshiping the Lord.

God's Peace,

richard+
SERVING OPPORTUNITIES
Some of you have offered to pick-up groceries or prescriptions for those who cannot get out. Others have offered to be part of the phone tree - calling parishioners who don't have email, so that everyone stays connected and informed.
We are also looking for those willing on occasion to deliver pastoral letters and Sunday programs to parishioners in your geographic area.
Please call Sharon in the office [416.221.7516] or email Sharon at office@incarnationtoronto.ca if you are willing to serve in any of these capacities.
THANKS TO ALL VOLUNTEERS!

STATE OF THE CHURCH
AND PASTORAL CARE
Our church building remains closed pursuant to health require-ments. We have reduced janitorial services, yet basics cleaning and disinfecting continues. Please pray for an end to the pandemic and for us again to be able to worship together at Incarnation.
Please let richard+ know if you have a prayer request or other pastoral need. You may call the office [416.221.7516] or email richard [priest-incarnation@toronto.anglican.ca].
We at Incarnation, along with the Anglican Dio-cese of Toronto, are mindful of everyone's health. We support and have implemented measures promulgated by our health offi-cials, as well as Bishop Andrew's directives.
Please consider your well-being and that of oth-ers. This is a time to exercise an over-abundance of caution. Better safe than sorry.