On Saturday, June 17th we're hoping to have a group here at the church to welcome parade people and offer them a chance to cool off. If you'd like to join in this effort, please sign up or e-mail the Rev. Wood (email@example.com).
If you serve on the altar or bread guild, or as an acolyte, lector, chalicer or collection counter, you can now view a preliminary copy of your June 4 - September 30 schedule by clicking "Lay Minsters' Schedule" under the "Resources" heading on the main navigation menu.
Interested in Piano Lessons? Maria Scott is now offering weekly lessons at Emmanuel Episcopal Church. A Peabody graduate and experienced educator, Maria enjoys teaching children and adults of all ages. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have wanted to "Lift high the cross" and lead the choir and clergy in our worship procession, this is your chance to learn about serving as an acolyte. This worship ministry is open to adults and children. Training for Sundays and Holy Weeks will be offered in the Sanctuary after the 10:30 am service by the clergy and the Emmanuel vergers, Demetreus Gregg and David Kettler on Sunday, March 19th and Sunday, April 2nd.
Children's Chapel Returns! Beginning Sunday, March 19th during the first part of the 10:30 service children and youth will join the clergy in a children's chapel worship experience in the Brent Room. After the prelude, young people will be invited to join the celebrant in procession to the Brent Room for 30-40 minutes of song, prayers, a look at the Scripture of the day and a reflection on the meaning of the gospel message in their lives. Children will be provided with music and worship materials. At the time of the peace the children will return to the church to join their families for communion.
Children's Chapel weeks will alternate with Sunday School weeks during the 10:30 am service time. Parents are invited to accompany their children to Children's Chapel.
We can always use your help to provide hospitality for our own at Coffee Hour. It's easy to do. Simply sign up on the sheet in the Narthex or speak with Becki Atwater, hospitality chair. The church provides drinks.