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The Church of the Incarnation, Bloomingdale can trace its beginning back to November 4, 1981 when The Rt. Rev. James Montgomery of the Diocese of Chicago appointed The Rev. Alvin Johnson as a missioner to the area. He began to gather a congregation by knocking on doors.

       With the help and love of two sister churches in the Aurora Deanery, Trinity Church in Wheaton and St. Mark's Church in Glen Ellyn, the fledgling mission began to take shape and grow. The first Eucharist and study groups were held in members' homes until a nucleus of 86 people gathered on Palm Sunday 1982 for their first formal worship service in the gym at the Central School in Bloomingdale. A proud and thankful congregation occupied its present church building at 261 West Army Trail Road, Bloomingdale, IL on July 31, 1988.

 Over the years we have gone through many changes, yet we have remained the same caring and intimate church family we have all come to love.  Incarnation is proud to be home to many who have found our worship and fellowship a common meeting ground to many from varied faith backgrounds.  

To fulfill our vision as a Resource for the Bloomingdale Area, we have listed some local resources and organizations that Incarnation supports or sponsors. Our outreach into our community is supported through space rental, donations and/or volunteer efforts.

Feeding NW DuPage Brochure.pdf

Neighborhood Food Pantry


The Pantry can purchase 1 lb of food for every 12 cents donated.  

The first of three sites was opened on May 5, 1999. In the years since, assistance has been offered through sites housed in churches in Carol Stream, Wayne, and West Chicago.  While the majority of food provided through the three food pantries is purchased through the Northern Illinois Food Bank, Feeding Northwest DuPage receives generous ongoing donations from area stores (particularly Dominick’s and Costco), churches, organizations, and individuals which have helped stock the pantries with basic food staples for those who could not otherwise afford to buy them.


In addition to food, monetary assistance for housing (rent/mortgage/short-term shelter), utilities, prescription medications and other medical related needs, and transportation is available.


Incarnation is one of a number of churches and organizations making commitments to provide funds, facilities, and/or volunteers for the ever-increasing number of those who are seeking compassionate, effective assistance in the community.

Gamblers Anonymous

GA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling. There are no dues or fees for Gamblers Anonymous membership; they are self-supporting through our own contributions. Gamblers Anonymous is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any cause. Our primary purpose is to stop gambling and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.

 Bloomingdale Gambler's .Anonymous (GA)

                         Teens-Mondays 7:30 PM

                         Everyone-Tuesdays   7:30 PM (Undercroft)

Step Meeting 1st Tuesday of month.  Non-Smoking

Lifeline Screenings

Protect your health by finding out your risk of having a stroke by participating in the Life Line Screening that will be at CHURCH OF INCARNATION during the year.  Through ultrasound, the carotid arteries can be evaluated for the buildup of fatty plaque, which is the leading cause of stroke. The Stroke, Vascular & Heart Rhythm Package includes four screenings: carotid artery, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral arterial disease and Atrial fibrillation.    Join in the fight against vascular disease!  See the Calendar for the yearly testing date.

Working Bikes rescues discarded bicycles and gives them new life by redistributing them as tools of empowerment in local and global communities.

Working Bikes ships thousands of bicycles each year to our partners in countries throughout Latin America and Africa, including El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Nicaragua, Uganda, Lesotho, Sierra Leone, South Africa, and Ghana.

If the warehouse is too far for you to travel, you can bring your bicycles to one of the local drop-off locations:

      Bartlett - Spin Doctor Cyclewerks

      140 S Hickory Ave.

      Bartlett, IL 60103


Lombard - Performance Bicycle 2830 S. Highland Ave.

Lombard, IL 60148