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  • Incarnation 100: World-Class Cycling

    by Karen Lockert, Member, Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, Santa Rosa In June 2015, the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Santa Rosa hosted the first ever Incarnation 100: Benefit for Homeless Services. Dreamed up originally by avid cyclist Aaron Lucey, the Event Co-Chair, as a way to fund the church’s three different homeless service organizations, the inaugural Incarnation 100 proved successful beyond expectations. This year’s event takes place on Saturday, June 11, 2016.

  • Godly Play Children's Ministry Conference

    by Anne Clarke, Lifelong Christian Formation Coordinator, The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California On August 11-13, 2016, the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Santa Rosa, will host a Godly Play Training and Children’s Ministry Conference. There are scholarships and grants available to support congregations who want to bolster their Godly Play program, begin a Godly Play program or who want to explore or begin other forms of children’s ministry (regardless of the size and make-up of you...

  • Godly Play Conference, Grant Opportunity

    by Anne Clarke, Lifelong Christian Faith Formation Coordinator, The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California Some of us have used the language of Godly Play to tell the story of the Risen Christ during this Easter Season, a story which calls us to join disciples as they learn to “Know Jesus in a New Way.” My favorite moment of that story is when we’re invited into Thomas and the disciples’ doubt and wonder: "And why wouldn’t he have some doubt? Their minds were stretching, stretching to be big e...

  • Successful Collaboration

    by the Very Rev. Daniel Green, Rector, St. John's Episcopal Church, Petaluma; Dean, Russian River Deanery On Saturday, April 16th the Russian River Deanery held a very successful spring convocation.

  • Incarnation 100 Charity Benefit Bike Ride

    by Stephanie Blair, Member, Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, Santa Rosa The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Santa Rosa will host its second Incarnation 100 – A Benefit For Homeless Services on Saturday, June 11, 2016. The Incarnation 100 is a charity benefit bike ride, and a great event for avid and recreational cyclists alike. Everyone is welcome- from those who are on the serious cycling circuit to occasional biking enthusiasts.

  • Russian River Spring Convocation

    by the Very Rev. Daniel Green, Rector, St. John's Episcopal Church, Petaluma; Dean, Russian River Deanery The Russian River Deanery will host its Spring Convocation on Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 9:30 a.m.

  • Riding to Benefit the Homeless

    by Church of the Incarnation, Santa Rosa Starting and finishing at the historical Church of the Incarnation in the heart of downtown Santa Rosa, the Incarnation 100 is a great event for avid and recreational cyclists alike. Everyone is invited to join this wonderful benefit for homeless services, from those on the serious cycling circuit to occasional bike enthusiasts. The rolling start will begin on Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 7:00 a.m.

  • The Rev. Gail Cafferata Awarded Grant

    by the Rev. Dr. Gail Cafferata, Associate, Incarnation, Santa Rosa; Interim Supply Priest, St.

  • The Last Pastor

    by the Rev. Dr. Gail Cafferata, Associate, Incarnation, Santa Rosa; Interim Supply Priest, St.

  • Russian River Convocation Cancelled

    by Incarnation, Santa Rosa The Spring Convocation of the Russian River Deanery that was scheduled for Saturday, May 10, 2014 at Incarnation in Santa Rosa has been cancelled. Further information will be forthcoming.  Please contact the Very Rev. Dr.

  • Unique Concert Opportunity

    Haitian Children Sing To Rebuild Their Music School by St. Stephen's, Sebastopol The Haitian Childrens’ Choir, Les Petits Chanteurs, is holding a concert in Santa Rosa on October 5, 2013. The concert will benefit the Holy Trinity Music School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, which was devastated in the 2010 earthquake.

  • Incarnation Ecuador Experience

    by Daphne Vernon, Associate for Children and Youth at Church of the Incarnation, Santa Rosa We planned this trip with the intention of giving of ourselves. Having prior mission trip experience, I knew we would receive more than we could possibly imagine. After two years of planning and one year of fundraising, we were off to Ecuador to work with the organizations BECAS and To Give Hope.

  • The Red Doors Are Back

    Incarnation Celebrates the Return of the Red Doors by the Very Rev. Matthew Lawrence, Church of the Incarnation, Santa Rosa Back in the day, and for many decades, Incarnation was known locally as the "church with the red doors." Many Episcopal churches have red doors, which symbolize the protection offered by the blood of the passover lamb: the idea that Christ in his sacrifice offers sanctuary for all. With the organ renovation some 12 years ago, and thanks to the generosity of Don and Maureen ...

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