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Soup’s On returns May 3

Emmanuel Church will resume serving a free community meal, Soup’s On, the first Tuesday of the month beginning May 3rd from 5:00 – 6:00 pm in the Library.

Everyone is welcome to enjoy a sit-down meal and share in friendship the bounty of life in Newport.…

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Latest on Sunday Services

We celebrate Holy Eucharist, Rite II services with masks optional.

The 8:00 am service is in the All Saints’ Chapel

The 10:00 am service is held in the church nave . The 10 am service is streaming live on our Facebook page.

Coffee Hour is back, after the 10 am Service.…

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Join the Church Choir

Emmanuel is restarting our Church Choir! All singers are welcome. Director of Music, Randy Elkins will help you warm up your voice after the two year break from singing.

Rehearsals are in the church on Wednesday evenings at 7 pm for singing at the 10 am Sunday services.  Contact Randy for the details at music@emmanuelnewport.org

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May
22
Sun
Holy Eucharist, Rite II @ All Saints' Chapel
May 22 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

Love One Another

I’ve been thinking a lot over these past weeks about our community, both here at Emmanuel and as it spreads, like ripples on a pond, throughout the world.  While we were tying ribbons on the church fence during Lent, many of us wondered — me too, actually! — how we would weave all those different colors, widths, lengths, and textures of ribbon into an altar cloth for Eastertide.  I can’t tell you that the cloth on which we bless and break our communion bread is not bumpy, or that it hangs perfectly square.  Yet still, we are all woven into the fabric of our community as, in the words of George Wallace Briggs, one church united in

Holy Eucharist Service, Rite II @ Emmanuel Church
May 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Love One Another

I’ve been thinking a lot over these past weeks about our community, both here at Emmanuel and as it spreads, like ripples on a pond, throughout the world.  While we were tying ribbons on the church fence during Lent, many of us wondered — me too, actually! — how we would weave all those different colors, widths, lengths, and textures of ribbon into an altar cloth for Eastertide.  I can’t tell you that the cloth on which we bless and break our communion bread is not bumpy, or that it hangs perfectly square.  Yet still, we are all woven into the fabric of our community as, in the words of George Wallace Briggs, one church united in

May
29
Sun
Holy Eucharist, Rite II @ All Saints' Chapel
May 29 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

Love One Another

I’ve been thinking a lot over these past weeks about our community, both here at Emmanuel and as it spreads, like ripples on a pond, throughout the world.  While we were tying ribbons on the church fence during Lent, many of us wondered — me too, actually! — how we would weave all those different colors, widths, lengths, and textures of ribbon into an altar cloth for Eastertide.  I can’t tell you that the cloth on which we bless and break our communion bread is not bumpy, or that it hangs perfectly square.  Yet still, we are all woven into the fabric of our community as, in the words of George Wallace Briggs, one church united in

Holy Eucharist Service, Rite II @ Emmanuel Church
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Love One Another

I’ve been thinking a lot over these past weeks about our community, both here at Emmanuel and as it spreads, like ripples on a pond, throughout the world.  While we were tying ribbons on the church fence during Lent, many of us wondered — me too, actually! — how we would weave all those different colors, widths, lengths, and textures of ribbon into an altar cloth for Eastertide.  I can’t tell you that the cloth on which we bless and break our communion bread is not bumpy, or that it hangs perfectly square.  Yet still, we are all woven into the fabric of our community as, in the words of George Wallace Briggs, one church united in

Jun
5
Sun
Holy Eucharist, Rite II @ All Saints' Chapel
Jun 5 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

Love One Another

I’ve been thinking a lot over these past weeks about our community, both here at Emmanuel and as it spreads, like ripples on a pond, throughout the world.  While we were tying ribbons on the church fence during Lent, many of us wondered — me too, actually! — how we would weave all those different colors, widths, lengths, and textures of ribbon into an altar cloth for Eastertide.  I can’t tell you that the cloth on which we bless and break our communion bread is not bumpy, or that it hangs perfectly square.  Yet still, we are all woven into the fabric of our community as, in the words of George Wallace Briggs, one church united in