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Join the Community Choir

Emmanuel is restarting our Community 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.  Contact Randy for the details at music@emmanuelnewport.org

The first concert is on Saturday, November 27 on Long Wharf, Newport at the tree lighting. Join the fun.…

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We celebrate Holy Eucharist, Rite II services with COVID restrictions in place.

Both 8:00 am and 10:00 am services will be held in the church nave. Masks are required with social distancing at all times.

Bible Scripture Study meets  at 9:00 am in the Guild Room with masks and social distancing

Coffee Hour is suspended while mask mandates are in place.…

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The Gathering Circle regroups

The Gathering Circle meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month from 5:00 – 6:30 pm. We meet to talk, listen and share our thoughts.  Jere Wells has been leading the conversations and asks for ideas of a spiritual focus.

We are still meeting on Zoom as COVID still persists. Emmanuel Episcopal Church can live into the meaning of its name—“God with us”—in such a gathering. All are welcome. Contact the office for the Zoom link and to get on the email list.…

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Nov
28
Sun
Holy Eucharist, Rite II
Nov 28 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

The Truth Will Set You Free

Today is Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of Ordinary Time before Advent — the season when we wait, hopeful and expectant, to celebrate Jesus’ birth. In our secular calendar, today is the Sunday before the Thanksgiving holiday. So it’s the last Sunday of ordinary, as in non-holiday season, time, before the big, commercial hullabaloo of Black Friday and Cyber Monday — and Giving Tuesday, by the way — kick off the secular holiday season. We also know now that we’re entering a new phase in the ongoing pandemic that definitely is not ordinary time as we see COVID positivity rates reaching new highs.  The word ordinary means different things in different contexts. …

Scripture (Bible) Study at 9:00 @ Guild Room
Nov 28 @ 9:00 am – 9:45 am

The Truth Will Set You Free

Today is Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of Ordinary Time before Advent — the season when we wait, hopeful and expectant, to celebrate Jesus’ birth. In our secular calendar, today is the Sunday before the Thanksgiving holiday. So it’s the last Sunday of ordinary, as in non-holiday season, time, before the big, commercial hullabaloo of Black Friday and Cyber Monday — and Giving Tuesday, by the way — kick off the secular holiday season. We also know now that we’re entering a new phase in the ongoing pandemic that definitely is not ordinary time as we see COVID positivity rates reaching new highs.  The word ordinary means different things in different contexts. …

Holy Eucharist Service, Rite II @ Emmanuel Church
Nov 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

The Truth Will Set You Free

Today is Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of Ordinary Time before Advent — the season when we wait, hopeful and expectant, to celebrate Jesus’ birth. In our secular calendar, today is the Sunday before the Thanksgiving holiday. So it’s the last Sunday of ordinary, as in non-holiday season, time, before the big, commercial hullabaloo of Black Friday and Cyber Monday — and Giving Tuesday, by the way — kick off the secular holiday season. We also know now that we’re entering a new phase in the ongoing pandemic that definitely is not ordinary time as we see COVID positivity rates reaching new highs.  The word ordinary means different things in different contexts. …

Dec
3
Fri
Newport Classical – Holiday with Ensemble Altera @ Recital Hall, Emmanuel Church
Dec 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

The Truth Will Set You Free

Today is Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of Ordinary Time before Advent — the season when we wait, hopeful and expectant, to celebrate Jesus’ birth. In our secular calendar, today is the Sunday before the Thanksgiving holiday. So it’s the last Sunday of ordinary, as in non-holiday season, time, before the big, commercial hullabaloo of Black Friday and Cyber Monday — and Giving Tuesday, by the way — kick off the secular holiday season. We also know now that we’re entering a new phase in the ongoing pandemic that definitely is not ordinary time as we see COVID positivity rates reaching new highs.  The word ordinary means different things in different contexts. …

Dec
4
Sat
Newport Classical – Holiday with Ensemble Altera @ Recital Hall,Emmanuel Church,
Dec 4 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

The Truth Will Set You Free

Today is Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of Ordinary Time before Advent — the season when we wait, hopeful and expectant, to celebrate Jesus’ birth. In our secular calendar, today is the Sunday before the Thanksgiving holiday. So it’s the last Sunday of ordinary, as in non-holiday season, time, before the big, commercial hullabaloo of Black Friday and Cyber Monday — and Giving Tuesday, by the way — kick off the secular holiday season. We also know now that we’re entering a new phase in the ongoing pandemic that definitely is not ordinary time as we see COVID positivity rates reaching new highs.  The word ordinary means different things in different contexts. …

First Sunday of Advent - November 28th.