“Que la herencia real y dominio del estable nazca en usted, alegre su corazón, y permanezca sobre sus hombros”. [12 de diciembre de 2013] La Obispa Presidente de la Iglesia Episcopal Katharine Jefferts Schori, en su Mensaje de Navidad del 2013 ora para: “Que usted descubra ese dominio humilde nacido de nuevo en los bordes […]
“May that royal inheritance and authority of the stable be born in you, enliven your heart, and rest on your shoulders.” [December 12, 2013] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, in her Christmas Message 2013 prays: “May you discover that humble authority born again on the edges of the world’s notice. May that royal […]
All Hallow’s Eve, All Saints, and All Souls Day is a three day period to remind us that so much of the goodness and light we experience comes from those who have run the race before us. In the three days of this remembrance season, we recall that we stand on the shoulders of saintly […]
Do you have a need for special prayer? Caring individuals will be present to pray with you now during both the 8 am and 10 am services. Look for more information to come. Interested in praying with people and being part of this ministry? See Kate or Wray for more details.
(Islands Sounder – April 24, 2013) After almost six years as part-time Rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Parish of Orcas Island, Bishop Craig Anderson announced his retirement effective May 1. “It’s been a wonderful six years and I leave knowing that the congregation will be moving from strength to strength as it anticipates new opportunities for […]
Here are some images from Holy Week in 2011. Please take some time to look back and remember; the slideshow is just under 3 minutes long. Please consider bringing your camera this year to capture some new moments in the life of Emmanuel.
Under rainy skies over 100 members of the Orcas community and Emmanuel Episcopal Parish gathered for a dedication and blessing of the Community Labyrinth on Sunday, May 15. The labyrinth is the dream fulfilled of Emmanuel parishioner Nancy Ayer who led a 17-member committee to raise funds and manage the installation of a permanent […]
You may have watched the construction this winter of a new permanent labyrinth on the grounds of Emmanuel Episcopal Parish. We are pleased to announce its completion and extend our welcome to come walk the labyrinth. Last November, the land was blessed by representatives of the Samish tribe and on May 15 this year, the labyrinth itself will […]