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Global Mission Benefit Concert


Sunday March 26 @ 4pm


ILC will again be partnering with Project Mercy to build a house in one day for a deserving family in Mexico. Our next build will be Saturday, June 3rd. To support this build, a benefit concert featuring Aidan Wahlmann, Scott Steller and Elias Symons will be held in the Sanctuary at ILC. The works performed will include Beethoven Sonatas as well as original compositions. All proceeds will go towards the June Mexico House Build.


Please join us for wonderful music for a great cause!




Mid Week Lenten Services - Featuring Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater”

Mid Week Lenten Services

Join us on Wednesday evenings during Lent for a Meal, Music, and Message.

6:00pm, Meal (beginning March 8)

7:00pm, Music/Lenten Worship


Listen and reflect on movements from Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater” each week. 
The piece, in its entirety, will be presented on Good Friday with a string ensemble.



Click here for more information or share a flyer with a friend. 

(Sign up today in the narthex to bring the soup!)


Holy Week at Incarnation

Easter Sunday Breakfast , April 16th

Parish Nurses - Nutrition & Fitness

Walking Group on Saturdays at 8:00 a.m. 

In March  the walking group will meet at Kit Carson Park by the duck pond at 8:00 am.  


Our monthly table will be on April 2nd and the topic will be on nutrition, stop by and get some great info on nutrition! Nutrition was #1 on the recent congregational needs survey.


For more information contact your parish nurse at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or (858-487-2225 ext 7021).  All messages are confidential. 
2017 Youth Service Trip!


Youth Are Going to Los Angeles!

“Discovering Opportunities for Outreach and Reflection (DOOR) is a faith-based network of urban service-learning programs that expose, educate, challenge, and motivate participants to respond to the issues and concerns facing an increasingly urban world.  By experiencing God’s love and shalom in ever-expanding new ways we can share and demonstrate God’s alternatives to the evils of racism, poverty, and violence that tear down communities and lives.”

Our group will be challenged to "see the face of God in the city" as we spend time listening, learning, volunteering, and reflecting on our experiences. 


The trip is scheduled for July 23-28, 2017. Students 13-years old and up are encouraged to attend.  Signups are underway.  A deposit of $75 is required.  For additional information about DOOR, visit their website at: http://www.doornetwork.org


The youth thank all of those who continue to support and pray for us as we work to raise funds to cover the expense of sending students on this trip.


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