The more than 130-year history of Church of the Incarnation is a remarkable record of faithful response to God’s call. Decade after decade, the people of Incarnation remained committed to serving God as a community of disciples by honoring the tradition of our worship, raising up leaders for the renewal of the Church, growing deeper in our relationship with Christ, and caring for the poor.
Over the years, the modest brick chapel of 1897 has become a 7-acre campus with two locations dedicated to serving God’s people. As a church, we know much has been entrusted to us and thus much is expected from us. And one of our core mission points is to raise up the next generation of Christ-centered leaders. We host international conferences and provide curriculum and programming to churches across the country in an effort to share the resources we have been blessed with and help them grow disciples of Christ.
The Incarnation Fellows program grew out of this same calling. We know young adults today desire the spiritual and leadership development to become the next generation of leaders in the workforce, in ministry, in their families, and in their communities. And we are honored to come alongside them on the journey.