Infant Baptism:

Monthly opportunities for Baptism include 4 within mass weekends (4 per year) during which infants (younger than age 7) are baptized during all Liturgies.  Those children who are 7 years old or older and have not been baptized are invited to participate in the catechumenate designed specifically for children. For more information & a 2019-2020 schedule click here.

Adult Baptism:

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming Catholic and coming into full communion with the Church, our RCIA sessions will now meet on Sundays in the Library from 10:25 until noon, following the 9:00am Mass. We have refreshed the curriculum and have new paths to come into the Church (for those who are already baptized Christians), as well as a path to baptism, Eucharist and confirmation at Easter for seekers who are not yet baptized or confirmed, and are interested in learning about our Christian faith. All are welcome to come and learn about the exciting updates to RCIA at Incarnation. For more information, contact Erica Shortridge, Coordinator of Christian Formation, (434) 973-4381, or John LaPrade, RCIA Team Lead, (434)465-1947, ( 


Please click here for Mass Times/Adoration.

Reconciliation (Penance)

The sacrament is celebrated each Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., in the Reconciliation Room just off the Narthex adjacent to the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. The sacrament can also be arranged by appointment. Please contact our pastor. Communal Celebrations take place during the seasons of Advent and Lent and are announced in the parish bulletin.

First Reconciliation and First Eucharist 2020

At the age of reason (age 7) baptized children prepare to celebrate the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist for the first time in January and May, respectively.   In January we offer a communal reconciliation service with individual confessions.  First Eucharist will be celebrated at all weekend Liturgies May 9th & May 10, the evening of May 16th & all on the 17th 2020. For more information, please visit our Sacramental Preparation page found here.


Here in the Diocese of Richmond 10th grade is the earliest you can receive the Sacrament of Confirmation. Visit our Confirmation page for more details.


The covenant and holy bond of marriage is a sacrament established by Jesus Christ and His Church. It is a lifelong union of two mature adults of faith. To assist couples in preparing for this most serious commitment, the diocese stipulates a six-month period of preparation. For marriage to take place within the Incarnation Parish Community, one of the parties must be a registered member and regularly worship at Sunday Liturgy. Participation in a marriage preparation program is required. The preparation sessions are held periodically here. For further information, call Monsignor Keeney (434) 973-4381, in the Parish Office.

website:  Center for Marriage, Family & Life (Diocese of Richmond)

Holy Orders

Considering the priesthood or the religious life?  Here is a resource you may find helpful – Behind the Collar. (Diocese of Richmond)

Anointing of the Sick

No longer should Catholics wait until they are in danger of dying before they request this sacrament. One may celebrate the Sacrament of Anointing at the onset or during any serious illness. The sacrament may be celebrated before surgery and more than once during an illness. In the case of an emergency, call the parish office.