Our Mission: Emmanuel commits to be a community who know Jesus intimately, who grow to be like him, and who intentionally go in love and show His good news.
"Know, Grow and Show Christ."
This seminar is your chance to take a 'look behind to scenes' of Emmanuel Church. We'll be talking about our structure, statement of faith, history and a variety of other topics that will help you understand what we're all about. This seminar is 'required' for all those who want to become a member of Emmanuel, and it is helpful for 'newer' attendees. A lunch will be provided, so we ask that you RSVP with Pastor Sweis if you are planning on attending.
You are invited to join a group of men to talk about Vision and Faith while enjoying some good food. This series will run on Saturday mornings from 7:30 till 9 am from March 4 until April 8th.
Waffles and coffee will be served, and the discussion will center on 'Vision and Faith'. A suggested donation of $2 is requested to help cover the costs of the meal.
To celebrate the reading of the first 5 books of the bible in our Bible Reading Challenge, we are throwing a party on Sunday, March 12! There will be a 'finger food potluck', testimonies, a brief teaching and a video to mark the point in the story where we 'enter the Promised Land'! All are invited to stick around for this event after the worship service.
Thursday, March 16 from 5 - 7 pm.People of all ages are welcome to participate in this event. If possible, drop your donations off prior to the event so we can sort and organize. Any items left at the end of the event will be donated to other charities. Please note: items are not intended for resale.
Our mission includes a desire to influence people to understand Christianity better. This winter we are looking at a series of 'high influence topics'. Join us on Sunday mornings or listen to these messages HERE
BIBLE READING CHALLENGE
Over 60 people of Emmanuel Church have committed to reading through the Bible in a year. The elders have made available free copies of a chronological bible for this purpose.
The response has been tremendous, and the elders are now working hard at finding creative ways to encourage people to live up to their commitment. Are you part of Emmanuel Church and interested in reading along? Please talk to Pastor Sweis.