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Incarnation Sunday 10 AM-Fellowship to follow

Traditional Episcopal Service with Communion served every Sunday.  

     Healing/Laying on of Hands- 1st Sunday of the Month.  

     Pet Sunday-2nd Sunday of the Month.  

     Food Pantry Sunday & BC Meeting-3rd Sunday of the Month,

     Nourishment Sunday- 4th Sunday of the month include           Children’s Sermon, Pot Luck, and Education

St. Luke’s Philippine Independent Church-Sunday at Noon

A traditional worship service based on the Anglican tradition.. Service done in Tagalog.  Fellowship to follow in the Undercroft

1st Asian Church-Sunday at 5:00 PM

A traditional Episcopal worship Service in Hindi.  Fellowship to follow

Three congregations-One Church

     Incarnation is  one of three sister congregations who share gifts and worship under one roof in Bloomingdale.  On Sunday, you will find each of our congregations holding worship services however, throughout the church year, we will come together for shared worship and fellowship.

     We are a small congregation inviting you to come grow with us.  Sunday morning services are at 10 AM.  Please join us for Fellowship and Refreshments in the Undercroft following the service.  Christmas and Easter season services are scheduled by season.  Baptisms, Weddings, and Funerals should be scheduled through the church office at 630-351-3249 or email Marie at secretary.coi@sbcglobal.net.  

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Meeting ID
651 716 671 1

10 am

The Concordat of Full Communion Between

the Iglesia Filipina Independiente and The Episcopal Church

In 1961, following a series of cordial fellowship meetings and mission-dialogues, the Philippine Independent Church (PIC), which is known herein as the Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) and The Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America (PECUSA), herein referred to as The Episcopal Church agreed “to establish a concordat of Full Communion” on the basis of mutual acceptance of the following three principles:

(1) Each Communion recognizes the catholicity and independence of the other and maintains its own.

(2) Each Communion agrees to admit members of the other Communion to participate in the Sacraments.

(3) Full Communion does not require from either Communion the ac­ceptance of all doctrinal opinion, sacramental devotion, or liturgical practice characteristic of the other, but implies that each believes the other to hold all the essentials of the Christian Faith.

Join Incarnation & St. Luke’s

Sunday September 26th

11 AM

In Celebration of Concordat

Ryan Krochmolny

At peace, 9/15/21

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