Sunday Worship: 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM; Christian Formation 9:30 AM
Wednesday Bible Study: 6:30 PM; Healing Service: 7:00 PM
Fellowship & Support
Breakfast Sundays - Once a month at 9:00 AM the parishioners of Emmanuel gather for a Parish breakfast, a wonderful spread of hot and hearty breakfast casseroles, fruits, homemade muffins, scones, jams, and other culinary delights. This has become a wonderful time of fellowship for the parish that has helped bind us together as a Christian Community. Groups & committees within the parish take turns hosting these breakfasts.
Daughters of the King - The order is a community of women bound together by love and a common vow to live a life of prayer and service supporting the total ministry of the Church. Emmanuel is home to the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Chapter.
Episcopal Church Women - The ECW, consisting of all women in the parish, is an organization of Christian women supporting each other as we rally in support of our church by providing food and/or time for church receptions, offering bereavement assistance, assisting in outreach projects by assembling or donating supplies, giving time at fundraisers, and by simply spending time with each other in and out of church.
The two circles, Grady and Kaiser-Reese, meet monthly to provide the women of the parish the opportunity to socialize and organize other outreach activities. For additional information, please contact the office at 757-723-8144 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Grounds & Fellowship Social - Join us for coffee and refreshments at 9:00 AM before Christian Formation begins or join us after the 10:30 AM service for coffee and refreshments. This is a time to talk to your friends or meet new people. In the summer we take our fellowship to the courtyard for lemonade and refreshments.
Emmanuel Pilgrims - On the third Saturday of each month a visit to an historic house of worship and lunch is arranged. Parishioners meet at the church parking lot to carpool for their field trip. Any and all are welcome to join the "pilgrims" on their monthly visits.