Clarence's HANDS
Jul
30
to Jul 29

Clarence's HANDS

Clarence’s HANDS in partnership with Mimi’s Pantry (This is a part of Joseph Lowery Institute). We are asking for on-going donations for students in the Atlanta University Center.  The following is needed: tuna fish; canned chili with/without beans; cereal; Male and Female hygiene products.

The following is list of items collected by Mimi's Pantry:

Cereal
Oatmeal
Grits
Fruit/Granola Bars
Soups
Peanut Butter
Jelly/Jam
Canned Tuna
Microwave Pasta
Canned Vegetables
Canned Beans
Individual Rice
Chili
Pasta

Cotton Balls
Band-Aids
Toilet Paper
Facial Tissue
Dental Floss
Razor
Comb
Brush
Feminine Products
 

Pasta Sauce
Canned Poultry
Applesauce
Canned Fruit
Trail Mix
Laundry Soap
Deodorant
Bath Soap
Body Lotion
Shampoo
Conditioner
Toothpaste
Tooth Brush
Cotton Swabs

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5th Sunday Jazz Concert
Jul
29
4:00 PM16:00

5th Sunday Jazz Concert

JAMMIN' ON A SUMMER'S EVE

Join us for our July 29th concert featuring the Joe Jennings and the Neighborhood Arts Ensemble's Big Band!

We host a wonderful Jazz concert every 5th Sunday of the year as we feature the music of a variety of artists such as Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Duke Pearson and many others.

Tickets prices are $10 for students and $15 for adults.  Tickets can be purchased at the door on the day of the concert for $20.  VIP passes are also available for $10 and include and include VIP access during the intermission  The next concert for 2018 will be held on September 30th.

The Neighborhood Arts Ensemble (NAE) is a 20-piece instrumental ensemble founded and directed by Joe Jennings. The NAE was organized in the mid ‘70s at The Neighborhood Arts Center, directed by John Riddle and John Eaton. The Ensemble was a part of the Mobil Jazz Atlanta project, taking Jazz music to parks, schools and under-served parts of the City of Atlanta. In the initial years, The NAE featured the music of Atlanta native, the late Duke Pearson. The Ensemble has opened for Ray Charles at Atlanta’s Chastain Park, performed with Nancy Wilson, Salsa Meets Jazz at the National Black Arts Festival, and the Atlanta Free Jazz Festival with Cecil Bridgewater and Vanessa Rubin. 

After an extended hiatus, the NAE is back in action. The group currently performs in the 5th Sunday Jazz Concert Series at The Church of The Incarnation and in the First Friday Series at First Congregational Church. The latest version of the NAE features the music of Duke Ellington, Duke Pearson, Cecil Bridgewater, Frank Foster, Charles Mingus and many others. The NAE is composed of a cross section of fantastic musicians living in the Atlanta area and continues to be a means of preserving and sharing the legacy of the great composers and arrangers for Jazz orchestra.
 

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2018 Vacation Bible School
Jun
25
to Jun 29

2018 Vacation Bible School

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Join us for our 2018 Community Vacation Bible School (VBS), June 25th-29th. The theme this year is GLOW for jesus: Let Your Light Shine!

We're excited to offer a fun filled week of activities, including Bible Study, Arts & Crafts, Dance, Music and much more!!! Our program is open to children in grades K-8. We'll provide breakfast, lunch, and snacks daily from 7:00am - 6:00pm. Email us at IncarnationVBS@gmail.com if you have questions

We look forward to seeing you June 25-29! 

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Mardi Gras
Feb
13
6:30 PM18:30

Mardi Gras

Join us for an evening of family fun, food, and fellowship.  Out annual Mardi Gras celebration is sponsored by the Men of Incarnation.  Come enjoy a nice bowl of crawfish étouffée or gumbo, king cake, and much more!  We'll have karaoke, games, a raffle, and feel free to BYOB. 

Admission: $10

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 The 5th Sunday Jazz Concert
Jul
30
4:00 PM16:00

The 5th Sunday Jazz Concert

EXPLORING THE AFRICAN LATIN TINGE

Join us for our July 30th concert featuring the Joe Jennings, Howard Nicholson, and many more!

We host a wonderful Jazz concert every 5th Sunday of the year as we feature the music of a variety of artists such as Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Duke Pearson and many others.

Tickets prices are $10 for students and $15 for adults.  Tickets can be purchased at the door on the day of the concert for $20.  Season passes are also available for $40 and include a VIP reception before each concert.  The next concert for 2017 will be held on October 29th.

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Vacation Bible School
Jun
19
to Jun 23

Vacation Bible School

Join us for our 2017 Community Vacation Bible School (VBS), June 19th-23rd. The theme this year is Super God! Super Me! Super Possibility!

We're excited to offer a fun filled week of activities, including Bible Study, Arts & Crafts, Dance, Music and much more!!! Our program is open to children in grades K-8. We'll provide breakfast, lunch, and snacks daily from 7:00am - 5:30pm. Email us at IncarnationVBS@gmail.com or visit our VBS website  for more information and to register.

In order to continue to provide a VBS program free of charge, we need the donations of parishioners and participants. We are accepting donations for our meals, snacks & supplies. To sign up for donations, visit "REGISTRY" tab on the VBS website.

We look forward to seeing you June 19-23!!!!!! 

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The 5th Sunday Jazz Concert
Apr
30
4:00 PM16:00

The 5th Sunday Jazz Concert

EMBRACING THE LEGACY

Join us for our April 30th concert featuring the Joe Jennings, Howard Nicholson, and many more!

We host a wonderful Jazz concert every 5th Sunday of the year as we feature the music of a variety of artists such as Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Duke Pearson and many others.

Tickets prices are $10 for students and $15 for adults.  Tickets can be purchased at the door on the day of the concert for $20.  Season passes are also available for $50 and include a VIP reception before each concert.  Future concert dates are: July 30th and October 29th.

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Clean-up Day
Apr
1
9:00 AM09:00

Clean-up Day

We are asking ALL members and ministries to pitch in on Saturday, April 1, for a church clean-up day.  If your ministry has a designated space such as Sunday School, the Vestry, etc., please plan to clean it.  If your ministry does not have a designated space, please plan to help clean other spaces around the church such as the boiler room and various closets.  Lunch will be provided  

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Food Drive
Jan
30
to Apr 30

Food Drive

Please bring healthy shelf stable food items, we will collect items every Sunday.  We will donate items at the end of every month.  The Atlanta Community Food Bank is focusing on highly nutritious foods.  Some of the most needed food items are:

Whole grain foods
Whole wheat pasta
Brown rice
Whole grain cereal
Whole wheat flour
Whole grain crackers
Plain oatmeal
Shelf stable milk (cow, soy, rice, etc.)
Fruit, dried or canned in light syrup or juice
Low-sodium, no salt added vegetables
Low-sodium pasta sauce in plastic container
Foods high in protein
Natural peanut butter (no hydrogenated oil)
Dried beans
Dried peas
Dried lentils
Canned tuna - canned in water, not oil
Canned salmon - canned in water, not oil
Canned chicken - canned in water, not oil
Unsalted nuts
100% fruit and/or vegetable juice
Cooking oil
Olive oil
Canola oil

In addition to food, these non-food items are greatly needed and appreciated:

Paper products
Diapers
Toiletries

You can also donate monetary gift in lieu of food.  For every dollar donated, the Food Bank is able to distribute more than $9 worth of groceries, enough for 4 meals! 

For a more information items, visit the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

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Sunday Morning Book Discussion
Dec
11
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Morning Book Discussion

Our Adult Formation Book Club will begin "White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide" by Carol Anderson, Ph.D.  The first discussion will cover the Prologue and section one.  

About White Rage
As Ferguson, Missouri, erupted in August 2014, and media commentators across the ideological spectrum referred to the angry response of African Americans as “black rage,” historian Carol Anderson wrote a remarkable op-ed in the Washington Post showing that this was, instead, “white rage at work. With so much attention on the flames,” she writes, “everyone had ignored the kindling.”

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Trunk or Treat
Oct
30
2:30 PM14:30

Trunk or Treat

 
 

Join us after service for trunk or treat festivities.  Bring your little ones to trick or treat in a safe and fun environment! There will be a costume contest, games, food, treats & fun!  Come prepared with your best costume and a bag for all your gathered treats!

VOLUNTEERS: We need volunteers to decorate the trunks of their cars to hand out candy. 

QUESTIONS – Call us at 404-755-6654

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Children's Sabbath
Oct
23
11:00 AM11:00

Children's Sabbath

Join us for worship during the 2016 National Observance of Children’s Sabbaths® Celebration, “Children of Promise: Closing Opportunity Gaps” will be held October 21-23, and will focus on closing opportunity gaps due to poverty and lack of access to high-quality early childhood development and a high-quality education so that every child can reach their God-given potential. For that to happen, we as people of faith need to stand tall within our communities and push our nation to keep our promises of love and justice, equality and dignity for all.   

For more information, visit the Children's Defense Fund.

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