Emmanuel United Methodist Church
Bob Buyers Organist and Choir Director
Meeting the 1st Saturday of every month - 8 AM @ EEUMC
Wednesday Breakfast - 7 AM @ Yankee Doodle Diner
Meeting the last Monday of each month.
Social Adult Ministry
Our Social Adult Ministry (SAM) continues to grow and we welcome all. SAM normally meets the third Monday of each month. The Social Adult Ministry has the TIME, TALENTS AND TREASURES to bless our church of today and tomorrow. As Matthew, 18:20 states “Where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them”. God’s power is unleashed when Christians assemble. SAM is open to every adult member who would like to come together for social fellowship, trips activities, etc. and serve the church through various evangelical missions.
The Considerate Caring Program is a part of the SAM group and was started when the group realized a great need in the church and agreed to address this need. We started the program to provide assistance to those who need it.
We have two people who coordinate it each month and when they are contacted, they arrange for someone to fulfill that need.
The need could be a ride to the doctors, grocery store, drug store, to church or another appointment. We even provided transportation for one member while they were without a vehicle and needed to get to work and back.
It could be that you are caring for a loved one and need someone to be with that loved one while you go to an appointment or run some errands such as groceries, prescriptions, hair appointment, shopping or other errands.
If there is a need and we can help we would love to help.
The program is overseen by Ruth Lesh and she can be contacted if you have any questions.
Healing Prayer Group
United Methodist Missions
MISSION GIVING BY EMMANUEL
If you have questions or desire more information about any of these mission programs, please contact Mary Frances Darrenkamp (732-0277) or any member of Emmanuel’s Mission Committee.
Emmanuel Young Adults
Join us Sunday Mornings
The young adult ministry at EEUMC provides college-age students and twenty-somethings with a place to mature and grow in their faith. Amongst peers who are in a similar phase of life, young adults at EEUMC are free to share their struggles and joys with one another through the encouraging and relational small group setting. Through Bible study, worship, and fellowship, the young adult ministry at EEUMC seeks to reflect Christ’s character in the way we engage with and respond to the world around us.
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Join us Sunday nights
5:45-7:00 (5th-7th grades)
6:00-8:00 (8th-12th grades)
EEUMC Youth Ministry: The youth ministry at Emmanuel exists to guide 5th-12th-grade students through their adolescent years as they grow and mature. Seeking to reflect Christ’s character in the way we engage with and respond to the world around us, we help students navigate the daily joys and struggles that come with being a teen in a way that is pleasing and honoring to Jesus. EEUMC Youth encourages students in their walk with Christ through Biblical teaching, open and honest discussions, and fellowship with their peers and leaders. Recognizing that being a teen in today’s world is much harder than it used to be, EEUMC Youth looks to serve students and meet the specific needs that they have. Whether we’re studying, hanging out, or on-location, EEUMC Youth fosters a positive atmosphere in which anyone is welcome at any time!
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