We have a number of ministries here at the church and also many we are affiliated with or happy to recommend.
Alcoholics Anonymous – Shirley Wuelfing 377-4584
Al-Anon – Ellie Longo 955-6592 (Home) 735-8400 (Cell)
AA 24-7 Helping Line 951-6810
Bereavement – Please call Sr. Monica Paul Fraser 921-6631 ext. 225
Divorced Healing & Recovery – Jane Waligora 924-1076
Help with bills and food: St. Vincent de Paul – 921-6631
For a listing of many other ministries for fellowship and prayer, check out our Ministries Page.
We would love to have you be a part of our beautiful Catholic faith and a part of our parish community here at Incarnation. To register just fill out the form here! For Catholics wanting to come back to the Faith, we have our regular confession times, or you are always welcome to call the parish office (941-921-6631) and make an appointment with one of our priests. They would love to welcome you back. We also have different programs throughout the year for adults to learn more about the Catholic faith and grow in their relationship with the Lord. See past and new parish events HERE.
For non-Catholics looking to become Catholic or to get more information, you’ll want to check out our great RCIA program here.
Volgistics is just the name of a great system the Diocese asked all parishes to use that makes our volunteering easy and organized! We have lots of ministries, events, and service opportunities, and we’re sure there’s something for you to get involved in that will fit with your gifts and desires. Go here to learn about Volgistics and fill out the simple form to begin volunteering!
Thank you so much for your generosity. Donations can be made anytime by dropping a check off at the parish office, contributing in person at the Offertory collection during Sunday Mass, or just go here to our simple and secure Online Donations form. You can give a one-time donation or easily set up regular contributions. This saves you from using checks and saves the church from having to manually process donations. Thank you!!
Call the parish office at 941-921-6631 and they will give you all the info you need. After a funeral is scheduled, you will be put in touch with Sr. Monica and our Music Director, Lori Martin, who will help you plan everything.
If you’d like to hear some of the songs you can choose, listen to our playlist HERE.
If you would like to pre-plan your funeral, Sr. Monica would be honored to assist you. You can email her HERE or call the parish office.
Our physical and mailing address is:2929 Bee Ridge Road
Sarasota, FL 34239
Go HERE for a convenient street map and also a map of our campus.
For all information on Sacraments for both adults and children, just check out our Religious Education page!
Congratulations! We have all the information you’ll need at our Marriage Section!
We are thrilled you want to be more involved here, and there are so many opportunities to do that! Just look through our awesome Ministries page. If you aren’t sure what group or ministry the Lord might be calling you to, feel free to reach out to Erin here and she’ll help you figure it out!
Go HERE for a listing of our wonderful priests and staff.
Yes! We have a large cry room in the back of our main church with convenient doors on either side and a bathroom. Bring the family! (And we don’t mind kids in the main church either, but we know sometimes it’s easier on parents not to have to stress about the people around them.
Our regular Mass and Confession times can be found HERE. We hope to see you soon!
Just call or stop by the Parish Office for both of these. 941-921-6631
- For Holy Communion brought to the homebound call Leslie Hutchison at the Parish Office. 941-921-6631 x228
- If you are in Sarasota Memorial and need a priest to visit for Anointing of the Sick or Last Rites, there is a chaplain on call who the nurse can contact for you right away. If not, or if you are in a different hospital or a nursing home, call our Parish Office at 941-921-6631.
- If you are a parishioner sick at home, or a caregiver, looking for Anointing or Last Rites, please call us at the Parish Office. This is a beautiful and important Sacrament. Please do not wait until the last minute and expect a priest to be able to get there within moments. Death does not need to be expected in a matter of hours for you to call for Last Rites. Please call days early! Our priests drop everything to go to the bedsides of dying parishioners, but they get many calls and cover a wide area, on top of their regular parish duties.
The Diocese of Venice has very clear guidelines for safe environment training and the reporting of abuse. You can find all relevant information HERE.