Sunday Worship: 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM
Wednesday Worship: 6:30 PM Bible Study; 7:00 PM Healing Service
Keeping a Holy Lent: Resources for groups and individuals
The Good Book Club - The Episcopal Church invites you to join in the reading of the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts during Lent and Easter.
Civil Discourse Curriculum - A five-week curriculum to guide discussions about politics, policy, and legislation, while strengthening our relationships with each other.
Ash Wednesday Meditation Invitation - An invitation from the Presiding Bishop and President of House of Deputies to the Church as it examines ways in which the Church has failed to stand with women and other victims of abuse and harassment.
Episcopal Relief & Development Daily Reflections - Daily reflections co-authored by faith leaders from across the church. Each meditation is in English and Spanish. You can receive them daily by email or get them in booklet form.
Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John - this Lenten study is from the Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE), in partnership with Virginia Theological Seminary's Center for the Ministry of Teaching.
Luke the Liberator - a free online course from ChurchNext; designed to complement the Good Book Club reading.
Lent Madness - from Forward Movement, this is a fun and unique Lenten program that is a great way to learn about the women and men of the Church's Calendar of Saints.
Christian Formation - Programs
God's Children Sing! - Sunday mornings from 9:45 AM to 10:15 AM and on Wednesday evenings at 5:00 PM. Please call the office for details (723-8144).
Education for Ministry (EfM) - Emmanuel offers this four-year intensive theological education course, developed and sponsored by the University of the South, designed to prepare lay people for their ministry. Participants, who must enroll for the year in September, commit to attending weekly sessions with outside reading and assignments. Seminars are held on:
Monday Mornings at 9:30 AM.
Hampton Episcopal Youth (HEY) - The Episcopal churches in Hampton have combine to host monthly youth events! For 2017, HEY will meet at Emmanuel on Sunday, November 5 at 5:30 PM to prepare meals for our Night's Welcome guests and on Sunday, December 10 at 3:00 PM for a Christmas party. HEY is open to any youth 6th grade through 12th grade.
Formation Time - Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM. We are working through a book by Forward Movement entitled, The Path: A Journey Through the Bible.
YEAs (Youngish Episcopal Adults) - 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM. Sunday This group meets in the Book Nook for discussions based on a devotional book.