Join us for our Sunday Services!
Holy Eucharist: Rite I - 8am
Education & Fellowship - 9am
Sung Holy Eucharist: Rite II - 10:30am
“...for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick and you took care of me, I was in prison and you visited me.’"
Matthew 25:35-36, NRSV
WELCOMING YOU HOME
As Episcopalians, we believe that God loves everyone; no exceptions! As such, we are an inclusive community that welcomes people regardless of economic status, sexual and gender orientation, race, ethnicity etc.
We are guided by the core values expressed in our Baptismal Covenant. This means that we are to not only believe the concepts embodied in the Baptismal Covenant, but we are to become what we believe.
We are grounded in sacramental worship, and we strive to live lives that honor the dignity of every human, that seek to see Christ in all persons, that work for more just and peaceful communities, that seeks reconciliation with God and others, that shares the Good News, that acknowledge our sinful ways and return to God for forgiveness.
At Emmanuel, we are engaged in community ministries such as the Food Pantry and Open Doors, as well as ministries in education, formation, worship, and pastoral care.
The Corner Cupboard Food Pantry
is open on Mondays & Tuesdays from 10am - 12pm
The food pantry at Emmanuel Church is a continuing outreach project supported through donations of cash, food, and volunteer time.
We believe that our food pantry is one way our parish can answer Christ’s call to love our neighbors as ourselves.
Emmanuel is a broad-minded, open-hearted parish.
Our members come from many different countries and backgrounds. Some of us have worshiped In the Episcopal Church our entire lives, while many of us were raised in secular homes or in other faith communities.
We are a diverse and inclusive congregation of the young and not so young, workers in and out of the home, married and singles of all descriptions.
While we hold a wide variety of political beliefs and live in different economic circumstances, we are united as children of God.
We welcome everyone to worship with us and become a member of our faith community.