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"A Job or a Calling?"
C.S. Lewis, author of the Narnia Chronicles and friend to J.R.R. Tolkien, author of The Lord of the Rings, once wrote of his decision to be a Christian. While he had been baptized and raised in the Church of England, the faith did not matter much to him until he engaged in study and discussion with others as to the meaning of Christianity. At some point in this journey, he writes, he realizes that he has in fact become a believer.  “It was like a door shutting behind me,” Lewis writes, “and I could not go back to where and what I was before."  
 
The Gospel this week tells of the calling of the first disciples, an event that would change them for the rest of their lives. I would like you to think of events in your life, after which your life was changed and you could not go back.  Was God active in those events, calling you to a new time?  What does it mean to be "called" and to what is God calling you now?  This is an important Lutheran concept for us to consider at worship this weekend. We meet Saturday at 5:30pm and Sunday at 8:30 and 11:00am, hope to see you there.  
 
~Pastor John
 
 
Human Trafficking Awareness Event

January 25, 2017 - 7pm

Please share the attached flier for an upcoming event on Human Trafficking Awareness in San Diego County.  The purpose of this event is to promote awareness of what is happening in our own community and what we can do to make a change.  This event is FREE and open to the public.  If you have any questions, please contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 
Volunteer at the San Diego Food Bank

 

Incarnation has 15 spots for volunteers at the San Diego Food Bank on Saturday January 28. The shift is 12:30-2:30 pm. Those interested in participating who have established SD Food Bank Volunteer accounts can go online and sign up or contact Dave Fleischman at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and he can sign you up.  If you’d like to participate and do not yet have an account, you can contact Dave to establish one for you.  Once you have an account, the window to sign up for the shifts on the Food Bank website opens 30 days before each session. 

 (http://sdfb.volunteerhub.com/events/index)

 

 

San Diego Food Bank is located at 9850 Distribution Ave, San Diego 92121 off Miramar Rd. 

Participants must wear closed toe shoes.  Hope to see you there!

 
2017 Youth Service Trip!

 

Youth Are Going to Los Angeles!

“Discovering Opportunities for Outreach and Reflection (DOOR) is a faith-based network of urban service-learning programs that expose, educate, challenge, and motivate participants to respond to the issues and concerns facing an increasingly urban world.  By experiencing God’s love and shalom in ever-expanding new ways we can share and demonstrate God’s alternatives to the evils of racism, poverty, and violence that tear down communities and lives.”


Our group will be challenged to "see the face of God in the city" as we spend time listening, learning, volunteering, and reflecting on our experiences. 

 

The trip is scheduled for July 23-28, 2017. Students 13-years old and up are encouraged to attend.  Signups are underway.  A deposit of $75 and a firm commitment to attend must be given by January 15.  For additional information about DOOR, visit their website at: http://www.doornetwork.org

 

The youth thank all of those who continue to support and pray for us as we work to raise funds to cover the expense of sending students on this trip.

 

 
Souper Bowl of Caring at Incarnation

The Souper Bowl of Caring will be held on February 4/5, SOUPER BOWL weekend! Incarnation Youth will be collecting money donations for the food pantries of Third Avenue Charitable Organization and Interfaith Community Services.  Last year over 21,000 pound of food and $800,000 in cash were collected nationally to provide gifts around the world.  Please give generously to this very good cause. 
 
 
LOCAL MISSION:

Linens for Lent and Hats for the Homeless
 
 
This Lenten season we will be collecting much needed items for the homeless at TACO and Interfaith.
 

*February will be Linens for Lent – bring used (or new)  towels, hand towels, wash cloths and blankets

*March will be Hat for the Homeless – bring in used (or  new) hats and caps
 
 
Please place items in the box marked “TACO” in the narthex.
 
 
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