Please view Greg’s message and remember that you can use our Labyrinth at any time to follow his second suggested practice.
Christmas events at Emmanuel: Benefit Concert for the Hurricane Relief in the Caribbean by Susan Osborn Saturday, December 23 at 7pm. Sunday December 24, the 4th Sunday of Advent service at 9am. We will only have one service this morning. Sunday December 24 our Christmas Eve family Communion service at 5pm Sunday, December 24 the […]
March 8 No Service March 15 Lutherans ~ hosted at Emmanuel Episcopal Parish March 22 Orcas Island Community Church March 29 St. Francis Catholic Church April 5 Emmanuel Episcopal Parish
Hugh and I are so grateful for the warmth and welcome Emmanuel Parish has shown to us. Thanks so much for your Christian witness. It has been a delight to serve as your priest here at Emmanuel this first year. In this Christmas season, as we remember the gift of love in Jesus, I pray […]
Join us for a bilingual Family Christmas Eve Service at 5 pm in the Parish Hall or a Traditional Christmas Eve Service at 8 pm in the church.
“That cross that comes on our foreheads on Ash Wednesday is a reminder of the cross that’s put there at Baptism,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori said in her Lent Message 2015. The video of the Presiding Bishop’s message is here. Lent is a season of Christian reflection that begins on Ash Wednesday […]
Book offers insight, guidance for the Lenten season What are you giving up for Lent? Chocolate? Wine? Red meat? Episcopal priest Joanna Leiserson encourages us to dig deeper this Lenten season. We can begin, she says, by asking the right questions: “Who will you be in Lent?” and even “Whose will you be in Lent?” […]
Presiding Bishop Easter Message 2014 “Where and how will we look for the Body of Christ, risen and rising?,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori presents in her Easter Message 2014. “Will we share the life of that body as an Easter people, transformed by resurrection and sent to transform the world in turn?” […]
This eleventh edition of Episcopal Relief & Development’s Lenten Meditations, captures reflections from leaders across the Anglican Communion on their favorite scriptures and other sources of spiritual wisdom. Enjoy http://issuu.com/episcopalrelief/docs/2014_lent_english