Please join us for our 2016 Homecoming as we welcome our new Priest-In-Charge
The Reverend Lynne Eaton Washington
and celebrate new ministries and mission.
Jazz Mass Eucharist
Sunday, September 18, 2016
To our Incarnation Family,
On Sunday, September 18, 2016, The Church of the Incarnation will celebrate 120 years as a Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta.. To mark the moment and share it joyfully, we have planned a very special Homecoming Sunday.
The day will begin with a service of Holy Eucharist in our beautiful and peaceful sanctuary at 11:00 a.m. At this time, we will welcome our new Priest-in-Charge, The Reverend Lynne Eaton Washington, as we celebrate our ministries and mission. Rev. Washington brings new life and vitality with her into our church. Her prayerful and powerful sermons are spirited and relevant. She prepares and challenges us to go forth in the week to live in God’s peace and in the world.
The service will be enhanced with the spirited music of Dr. Joe Jennings, his Jazz ensemble and musical guests. We have instituted Jazz Mass Eucharist as a part of our service once a month. The Mass emcompasses all aspects of our cultural heritage and worship and, it is highly anticipated each month.
The most important part of this letter is to tell you that you are remembered and thought of often. We know as the years have passed you may have moved to another part of town, taken a new job, welcomed a new grandchild, and perhaps joined a new church. Change is a vital part of life. We hope that you will make an effort to join us for Homecoming Sunday to bring us up to date on what has been happening with you.
Homecoming events or reunions is a time to reconnect, reenergize, feel welcomed and to be reminded that there is always a place for you. So it is with Incarnation. We want to welcome you back for this occasion, to share memories and see the exciting things that we are about.
Won’t you plan on coming? Bring pictures of those new grands, now grown children, brides, grooms, new homes, awards, etc. Here’s hoping that you will reconnect with old friends and share smiles.
We are anxious to see you. Because you are remembered!
Wyndolyn Bell and Frances Walker
2016 Homecoming Coordinators