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Eastertide

Following Easter the church office and Della+ are taking a much deserved rest. The Gathering Circle, Bible Study and Vestry meetings are also taking the week off. The Rev Susan Barnes will serve on April 11 with Roger Bullard preaching.

We will continue with Sunday Holy Eucharist services in the church when the COVID positivity rates are below 2.5%. If necessary we will move the services outdoors, which will be announced on Thursday afternoons.

To reserve a seat for Sunday, April 11, 2021, click here.

To research a seat for Sunday, April 18, 2021, click here

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Emmanuel Food Drive for MLK Center

During this liturgical season we want to make a special effort to give to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center of Newport.  They are providing food to thousands of people a week. About 85% of what they provide is from cash donations.  You can give to the Center through PayPal at this link or by check.

As the economic effects of the continuing pandemic continue, the MLK Community Center Food Pantry is an even more important resource to our neighbors here in Newport. Emmanuel Church is continuing to provide fresh produce grown on our hydroponic unit, as well as our ongoing collection of supplies for the Food Pantry.  Please remember our food basket in the church office when

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Apr
11
Sun
Holy Eucharist Service Rite II @ Emmanuel Church
Apr 11 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

The Unsettling Power of Easter*

Alleluia!  The Lord is risen!  We started worship this morning celebrating Jesus’s resurrection.  Now we’ve just heard the last words of Mark’s gospel, ending with Mother Mary, Mary Magdalene, and Salome, gripped by terror and amazement.  They run away from the empty tomb because they were afraid, and say nothing to anyone.

#EmptyTombWe’ve heard this story so many times before, we know the happy ending.  Do we rush past the women’s terror and amazement, filling in details we imagine from Matthew, Luke, and John’s gospel?  Glossing over the questions raised by Mark’s abrupt ending can separate us from discipleship, and even from Jesus.  After all, the events of Holy Week happened far away in Jerusalem, …

Apr
14
Wed
Gathering Circle
Apr 14 @ 5:00 am – 6:30 am

The Unsettling Power of Easter*

Alleluia!  The Lord is risen!  We started worship this morning celebrating Jesus’s resurrection.  Now we’ve just heard the last words of Mark’s gospel, ending with Mother Mary, Mary Magdalene, and Salome, gripped by terror and amazement.  They run away from the empty tomb because they were afraid, and say nothing to anyone.

#EmptyTombWe’ve heard this story so many times before, we know the happy ending.  Do we rush past the women’s terror and amazement, filling in details we imagine from Matthew, Luke, and John’s gospel?  Glossing over the questions raised by Mark’s abrupt ending can separate us from discipleship, and even from Jesus.  After all, the events of Holy Week happened far away in Jerusalem, …

Apr
18
Sun
Holy Eucharist Service Rite II @ Emmanuel Church
Apr 18 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

The Unsettling Power of Easter*

Alleluia!  The Lord is risen!  We started worship this morning celebrating Jesus’s resurrection.  Now we’ve just heard the last words of Mark’s gospel, ending with Mother Mary, Mary Magdalene, and Salome, gripped by terror and amazement.  They run away from the empty tomb because they were afraid, and say nothing to anyone.

#EmptyTombWe’ve heard this story so many times before, we know the happy ending.  Do we rush past the women’s terror and amazement, filling in details we imagine from Matthew, Luke, and John’s gospel?  Glossing over the questions raised by Mark’s abrupt ending can separate us from discipleship, and even from Jesus.  After all, the events of Holy Week happened far away in Jerusalem, …

Apr
21
Wed
Gathering Circle
Apr 21 @ 5:00 am – 6:30 am

The Unsettling Power of Easter*

Alleluia!  The Lord is risen!  We started worship this morning celebrating Jesus’s resurrection.  Now we’ve just heard the last words of Mark’s gospel, ending with Mother Mary, Mary Magdalene, and Salome, gripped by terror and amazement.  They run away from the empty tomb because they were afraid, and say nothing to anyone.

#EmptyTombWe’ve heard this story so many times before, we know the happy ending.  Do we rush past the women’s terror and amazement, filling in details we imagine from Matthew, Luke, and John’s gospel?  Glossing over the questions raised by Mark’s abrupt ending can separate us from discipleship, and even from Jesus.  After all, the events of Holy Week happened far away in Jerusalem, …

Apr
25
Sun
Holy Eucharist Service Rite II @ Emmanuel Church
Apr 25 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

The Unsettling Power of Easter*

Alleluia!  The Lord is risen!  We started worship this morning celebrating Jesus’s resurrection.  Now we’ve just heard the last words of Mark’s gospel, ending with Mother Mary, Mary Magdalene, and Salome, gripped by terror and amazement.  They run away from the empty tomb because they were afraid, and say nothing to anyone.

#EmptyTombWe’ve heard this story so many times before, we know the happy ending.  Do we rush past the women’s terror and amazement, filling in details we imagine from Matthew, Luke, and John’s gospel?  Glossing over the questions raised by Mark’s abrupt ending can separate us from discipleship, and even from Jesus.  After all, the events of Holy Week happened far away in Jerusalem, …

Reservations are required for Sunday Holy Eucharist service at 10:00 am