News & Events

Coming Up at Incarnation

 Saturday, October 22

10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Rev. Adrian Dannhauser will lead the 20s/30s Group on a tour of some scenic favorites and secret gems in Central Park, followed by an outdoor “Hearty Eucharist” with bread, wine, olives, cheese, and a few more first-century staples. RSVP to Adrian so we know just how hearty to make this Eucharist! We’ll meet at the 72nd Street entrance to the Park off 5th Avenue. A $5 donation is suggested but not required. 

Tuesday, October 25

7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Screening of the documentary Very Young Girls. The film follows underage youth in New York City as they seek to exit the commercial sex industry and includes startling footage shot by pimps themselves, giving a rare glimpse into how the cycle of exploitation begins for many women. Very Young Girls is co-produced by the founder of GEMS (Girls Education & Mentoring Services), a Harlem based non-profit that serves girls and young women who have been trafficked for sex.  A speaker from GEMS will join us for Q&A following the film. Cost of admission is $5 for GEMS or an item from their Amazon Wish List, which helps cover basic needs for girls in recovery. Contact the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser for more information.

Tuesday, November 1

6:30 to 8:00 p.m.  The Women’s Group meets in the Parish House. The Rev. Adrian Dannhauser will lead a workshop on making and praying with Anglican Prayer Beads. All participants will have the opportunity to design and make their own set of beads to keep.

Sunday, November 6

12:00 p.m. A brief tour of Incarnation’s art and architecture by one of our volunteer tour guides. Meet at the back of the church by the Chapel of the Resurrection.  

Tuesday, November 8

8:00 p.m. The Men’s Group meets at the home of Ted Rast for an election night party.​

Friday, November 11

7:00 to 9:00 p.m. The 20s/30s will take a tour of the Morgan Library & Museum (225 Madison Ave. at 36th St.) and head out for drinks after. Admission is free! RSVP to the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser.

Consecration Sunday, November 13

Join us for the culmination of this year’s stewardship program, New Consecration Sunday, by making a financial commitment to Incarnation during one of our three worship services. A catered, Celebration Luncheon will follow the 11:00 a.m. service in the Assembly Hall. There is no cost to attend the luncheon, but reservations are required. Please RSVP to

We will also have a continental breakfast following the 8:30 a.m. service and a wine and cheese reception following the 5:00 p.m. service for those who cannot attend the Celebration Luncheon. 

Friday, November 18

6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Families are invited to the Parish House for “The Gospel According to Pixar: Up.” We’ll start with a pizza dinner. Then kids watch Up while adults discuss the spiritual themes in the movie. Youth are welcome to watch the movie, join the discussion, or play ping pong and other games in the Assembly Hall. Contact the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser for more information or to RSVP. Cost is $10 per family.

Sunday, November 20

12:30 p.m. Vestry meeting

1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Senior Resource Day. Incarnation offers one-on-one tech assistance to help seniors in the parish and the neighborhood navigate the Internet and email, video chat, Facebook, smartphones, and tablets (such as iPads). Dr. Melissa Heche from New York Speech & Hearing will make a presentation and offer free hearing screenings throughout the event. Volunteers are needed—and there is much to do that doesn’t require tech savvy. Please call 347-886-6532 to RSVP or email the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser to volunteer. Refreshments will be served.

Names for All Saints’ Sunday 

November 6 is All Saints’ Sunday. If you wish for your loved ones to be remembered among the departed in our Sunday services, please call the church or email us at

Save the date – December 3

Saturday, December 3rd is the date of the Incarnation Christmas Fair. Please plan to volunteer and donate saleable items now for early sorting and pricing. Please also consider special donations for our silent auction, such as nice wines, unique “antiques” and housewares, and gift certificates to local restaurants. Speak to Laurie Mygatt if you have questions.

Incarnation and Social Media

We are using social media to help spread the good news about Incarnation and all that we offer. Please be sure to “like” Church of the Incarnation Manhattan on Facebook and follow @IncarnationNY on Twitter. You can also download the Church of the Incarnation app.


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