• Music Ministry
  • Men’s Ministry
  • United Methodist Women
  • SAM - Senior Adult Ministry
  • Healing Hearts Ministry
  • Healing Prayer Group
  • Global Missions
  • Young Adult Ministry
  • Youth Ministry
  • Junior Church
  • Sunday School

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Love unconditionally. Live in community. Teach biblically. Give sacrificially.​​

Worship at Emmanuel


Sundays at 10:30 AM for our weekly Worship Service with a message from Pastor Mindi Ferguson, traditional hymns, contemporary praise songs and special music by Emmanuel's Sanctuary, Hand Bell, Children's and Youth Choirs. ​​

Sunday School

9:15AM

Classes for Children and Adults 

Emmanuel Youth
​ Join us Sunday nights from 6:00-8:00 (6th-12th grades).


Emmanuel Young Adults
Join us Wednesday nights from 7-8 PM

Beginning October 4th

​in the library.

SEPTEMBER​

September 3: Communion
Ephesians 4:17-32  
Sermon: A Full Life 

Our lives are busy. We fill our time with many things that pull us in all kinds of different directions. What would it look like for our lives to be full, but not so cluttered? What would it look like to have a full life in Christ, instead of our lives reflecting the demands of this world? 

September 10: 
Ephesians 5:1-2, Matthew 4:18-22
Sermon: Discipleship…what is it?

Today starts a new sermon series on discipleship. Following Jesus is about more than showing up to church on Sunday morning. As Christians, we must be committed to going deeper and growing in our faith. What does it mean to really be a disciple of Christ? How do get discipled? This series will start to unpack these questions, as we discover to together how to live as Christ’s faithful disciples in our world. 

September 17: Deuteronomy 6:4-9, Hebrews 4:12-13, Joshua 1:7-9
Sermon: Discipleship - In the Word 

The Word of God holds power. It challenges, comforts, encourages and corrects us. In order for us to be faithful disciples, we must know what God expects of us. And to know what God expects, we must spend time in the Word. What are your daily devotional habits? What steps do you need to take to start a regular routine of being in God’s Word, so that you may be a more faithful disciple? 


September 24:
Hebrews 10:23-25, Acts 2:42-47
Sermon: Discipleship - Connection through small groups

Studying scripture on our own is important for our personal growth in Christ. The other element to personal study is being in community with others who are also seeking to know God better. Small groups are some of the best ways for us to learn outside of large worship gatherings. Being connected to a smaller group also helps us to build relationships and seek accountability for the way we choose to live.


OCTOBER

October 1: Communion
World Communion Sunday
Guest Speaker: Jen Gilbert 


October 8:
Psalm 95:1-7, Colossians 3:12-17
Sermon: Discipleship - Corporate Worship

Corporate worship is the time where we gather to praise and thank God for all that God has done, is doing and will do. It is where we hear God’s Word and learn about how it applies to our lives. We are then sent from our corporate time back out into the world to take the light of Christ to all of the places that we go. Corporate worship takes on many forms, as there are many ways to praise God. 

October 15:
Psalm 145:17-19, Philippians 4:4-7
Sermon: Discipleship - Prayer 


Prayer is our direct connection to God. Not only is prayer a way to ask God for something, but it also how we thank God and listen for God to speak to us. Prayer is not about giving God a laundry list of things we want; prayer is about relationship and conversation. The time we spend with God in prayer, the more we will hear and understand how God responds to us. 

October 22:
Matthew 28:16-20, Romans 10:9-15 
Discipleship - Sent forth – Outreach 


We spend time being discipled, learning and growing in Christ, so that we can be sent back out into the world to make more disciples. We are how others hear about Jesus. It is our responsibility as his faithful followers. Reaching out and telling others about Jesus can take on many forms. No matter how we choose to be sent, we must do so faithfully and confidently. 

October 29:
Genesis 2:1-3, Exodus 20:8-10a 
Sermon: Discipleship - Sabbath 


We need rest. We need to take time to recharge and reconnect with God. This is not a selfish thing to do. In fact, God instructs us to do so. We cannot be at our best if we do not take care of ourselves the way God has designed. Not only does taking a day to rest help us recharge, but it helps us to acknowledge the presence of God in our lives. We need restful time in God’s presence, to remember, to give thanks and to be in tune with God is doing in, among and around us. 




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OCTOBER

BIBLE STUDIES - begin 
Wednesday evening, October 4  at 7 PM
Thursday morning, October 5 at 10:30
YOUNG ADULTS -with Chelsea begin Wednesday, October 4, at 7 PM- Meeting in the Library.
PUMPKIN FEST - Adams-Ricci Park
Saturday, Oct. 7, Sunday, Oct. 8
DINNER THEATRE  
Friday, Saturday, Oct. 20, 21
SAFE SANCTUARIES TRAINING - Oct 22, 3 PM
SOMETHING NEW - A WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY Beginning
Sunday evening, Oct. 24 - 6 PM


NOVEMBER

WHITE ELEPHANT soup & sandwich
Friday & Saturday, November 3 and 4
FREE SPAGHETTI DINNER FOR THE CHURCH & COMMUNITY Friday, November 10
ANNUAL CHURCH CONFERENCE 
Sunday, November 12, following worship
BLOODMOBILE
Sunday, November 19

DECEMBER

FAMILY CHRISTMAS PARTY
Saturday, December 9 - 1:00 PM
CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PROGRAMSunday, December 10 during Worship
CUMBERLAND SINGERS    
Friday, Dec. 15 - 8 PM
CHRISTMAS CANTATA
Sunday, Dec. 17
CHRISTMAS EVE Sun. Dec., 24
5:30 PM -  Interactive Family Service (New)
7:00 PM -   Candlelight Service
11:00 PM - Communion Service

BIBLE STUDYS

at Emmanuel
*begin  October 4 

WEDNESDAY - 7 PM
THURSDAY - 10:30 AM


​NEW - WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY

Beginning 
Sunday Oct. 24 - 6 PM