For the secular world, Easter has come and gone. For the Church, however, Easter is the Queen of Festivals and the entire Church Year centers upn Easter. As there are forty days (of Lent) in which the faithful prepare for Easter, so there are forty days in which Easter is celebrated until Ascension Day (May 29). In fact every Sunday is the weekly reminder of our Lord's Resurrection. The Paschal Candle which is lit on Easter Eve during the Vigil, burns in our churches in commemoration of the time Christ was resurrection from the dead but not year ascended to His Father in glory. During this persiod of forty, Jesus showed Himself alive by many infallible proofs. Christianity is a "reasonable" religion and while Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1), there is a rationale for that which is believed.

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Who is the Church of the Incarnation?
The Church of the Incarnation is a community dedicated to lifting up Jesus Christ and to being Christ to our world.  "Incarnation" means "in the flesh."  And we lift up Jesus by being His hands and feet, heart and voice to our neighbors.  In this way, we are Jesus "in the flesh" to our world.  We are a neighborhood church and if you live close to us, we are praying for you and your family. 

Perhaps you have no church to call your home.  Or you have given up on church because you have been burnt by church people.  Do you have a vision or dream of how God can use a little neighborhood church?  We invite you to dream with us and join us in walking with and following Jesus.

We are a small congregation of roughly 30 members. We come from a wide variety of backgrounds -- Moravians, Baptists, Presbyterians, Roman Catholics, Lutherans, and Episcopalians. Our pastor is The Most Rev'd Thomas J. Kleppinger.

We are an Anglican Church.  In the late 1970's the founding members of our church individually separated from the larger Episcopal Church (USA), striving to remain true to the authority of the Scriptures, and formed what is now The Church of the Incarnation. We have been in Quakertown for nearly 30 years, taking over the building of Bethel United Methodist Church (Now Quakertown United Methodist Church) in the 1980's.



We invite you to our Services!
Sundays:                10:30 a.m.
Healing Service every First Sunday 

Wednesdays:        10:00 a.m.


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The Church of the Incarnation
44 South Eighth Street | Quakertown, PA 18951 | PH: (215) 538-3787