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ATTENTION ALL ACOLYTES! And any youth thinking about acolyting!There will be a training session on Sunday, November 7th after the 10:00 am service for all youth interested in helping with the worship service as an acolyte. We are looking for kids ages 8-18 (3rd-12th grade). Training will incorporate a refresher for existing acolytes, as well as instruction for first timers.Acolytes assist in worship services. They carry the processional cross, light and extinguish the candles, and assist the priest and deacon in preparation of the altar for communion. This is a great way for kids to be involved in our communal worship AND schools count it as service time.Please email Laurry Rodman at laurryr@verizon.net if you will be able to attend. We can’t wait to see you, and there will be pizza! 🍕🍕🍕 ... See MoreSee Less
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In the Everyday Stewardship series we focus on people and organizations in the church that are doing important work, but who are rarely recognized. We want to show that everyone is capable of being a good steward and how important their contribution is to Emmanuel.This month the Stewardship Spotlight is on Charlie Schindler. Charlie has served the parish well for 31 years. He has served in various leadership positions, most notably as Senior Warden and as a terrific chairman of the Building&Grounds Commission. Charlie loves to cook and the kitchen is his domain. He has led the way preparing many meals over the years, including the annual Shrove Tuesday pancake suppers, July 4th breakfasts, and serving as lead on a Men’s Breakfast cooking team. His eggs Benedict for the December men’s breakfast Christmas sing-a-long are not to be missed!As a long-time member of the choir, Charlie has participated in many Bobby Sullivan musical productions with his most popular role protraying the “Cat in the Hat”. Every year the Cat also visits the Emmanuel Day School to read Dr. Seuss books, much to the delight of the young students.Charlie has mowed the parish lawn and done crepe myrtle pruning for many years. As needed, because Charlie knows his way around a tool box, he often lends a helping hand in our building’s maintenance. Recently Charlie has stepped in as sexton, allowing Greg some vacation time. A ministry close to Charlie’s heart for many years is the Cursillo movement where he has served in leadership roles here in the parish and at the diocese level. DeColores, Charlie!Thank you Charlie for all you have done and continue to do for Emmanuel Church.There are many opportunities, large and small, to serve. Please consider what you can do to make our parish and the world a better place. ... See MoreSee Less
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Please consider contributing to the Flower Guild in memory or honor of someone special, or in celebration a time special to you.The signup sheets for November and December are in the Narthex. Nellwyn will make sure that your dedication is reflected in the Sunday service bulletins.The Flower Guild does a magnificent job of making the church look beautiful and special for all the seasons of the year. *Look for the colorful mums, pumpkins, and gourds surrounding the base of the lectern. ... See MoreSee Less
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Pledge packets for Fiscal Year 2022 are now available for pickup in the Narthex. Please save the church the cost of mailing.We are being asked to continue our commitment to supporting the church not only with our time and service, but also with our financial giving.May we REJOICE in God’s presence, PRAY for the well-being of the church and of the world, and GIVE THANKS for all the blessings we share! May we repeat that again and again, as we continue in faith, love, and service to God. ... See MoreSee Less
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The November-December-January copies of Forward Day by Day are now available for pickup in the Narthex. ... See MoreSee Less
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