We are currently offering one service which begins at 9:45 for prayers and concerns, and we begin the worship hour at 10 a.m. You can worship with us in the Sanctuary, on Zoom or Facebook. If you are interested in receiving the Zoom link information please email the office at email@example.com or message on Facebook.
Our music is traditional in nature, meaning that the music will be hymns coming from The United Methodist Hymnal or The Faith We Sing. We are also using videos with contemporary Christian artists.
There is no dress code at Emmanuel UMC. Within our congregation, you will see some in suits and other in jeans or shorts.
Children are invited to fully participate in the life of the Church. As such, we offer a variety of options for parents and children.
Nursery: We have a nursery in our Education Building. If you would like your child in the nursery, please notify one of the ushers.
Sunday School: We offer Sunday School to all elementary school children and also a separate class for our youth. If you would like your child to participate in Sunday School, please notify one of the ushers. With our Sunday School aged children we let them begin the morning in worship and after the Children’s Message they go over to the Fellowship Hall with their teacher escorting them.
As United Methodists, we regularly celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion. We believe in an open table. You do not need to be a member of Emmanuel, The United Methodist Church, or any church to partake. We only ask that you come with an open heart to encounter Christ at the table.
During this time of Covid, we are receiving Communion in our pews with prepackaged juice and wafer.
We celebrate by intinction, where you will be given a piece of the bread and invited to dip it into the cup (Grape Juice). We also offer gluten free options for those who need to receive in that way.
Our 10:00 service celebrates Communion on the first Sunday of every month and occasional special Sundays. All are invited to come forward to receive, with the option of kneeling at the altar after you receive.