In addition to the weekly services and sessions listed here, please note these regular weekday offerings for those seeking to add a worshipful discipline in Lent: Breakfast and Bible meets every Sunday in the Parish Hall at 8:45am A Service of Prayers for Help and Healing meets via Zoom on Tuesdays at 8pm Mid-week Bible Study meets Wednesday at 12:15pm in the Library at Marston-LaRue House and via Zoom and a Contemplative Prayer gathering meets Wednesdays at 4pm in St. George's Chapel in the Parish sanctuary. Contact the office or check the weekly newsletter for more details
Wednesday, February 14 - 12pm and 6pm Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes
Sundays In Lent: Worship at 10am
Sunday, February 18 - Lent I, Great Litany and Holy Eucharist Sunday, February 25 - Lent II Holy Eucharist Sunday, March 3 - Lent III Holy Eucharist Sunday, March 10 - Lent IV Holy Eucharist Sunday, March 17 - Lent V Holy Eucharist
New to the Episcopal Church? Church curious in general? New to Emmanuel? Been here but never went to an Inquirer's Class before? Starting in the Book of Common Prayer, we will range through the particulars of the Episcopal Church, Emmanuel Church and the deeper invitation to connect.
Weekly Thursday Lenten Suppers, 6:00-7:30pm, Childcare Provided February 22-March 21
Generous food and conversation about how and why we pray. A different food theme each week with sign ups to come.
Sunday, March 24 - Palm Sunday at 10am Procession, Passion, Holy Eucharist
Thursday, March 28 - Maundy Thursday
Friday, March 29 - Good Friday Liturgy, Noon and 6pm Passion, Silence, and Solemn Collects
Sunday, March 31 - Holy Eucharist* *details to come
This is the table, not of the Church but of Jesus Christ. It is made ready for those who love God and who want to love God more. So come, you who have much faith and you who have little, You who have been here often and you who have not been for a long time or ever before. You who have tried to follow and all of us who have failed. These are the gifts of God for the People of God.
Adapted from The Iona Community, Iona Abbey Worship Book, (Glasgow, UK: Wild Goose Publications, 2001), 53.