Jul
11
6:00 pm18:00

Urbanites Dinner and Discussion

Tuesday, July 11, 6:00 pm in the Brent Room

If you are young or young at heart, join the Urbanites group! We meet at 6:00 pm on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month for dinner and discussion. Join our Facebook group -- EEC Urbanites.

Jul
9
11:45 am11:45

Anti-Racism Group

Sunday, July 9, 11:45 am

A group of EEC congregants meet bi-weekly after the 10:30 service in the Brent Room to discuss racism. Our goal is to understand racism within ourselves; to learn about historical racism at Emmanuel Church and within the Episcopal Diocese; and to recognize and to speak out against racism in Baltimore and in our wider community. This week Pete Powell and Taylor Daynes will lead a discussion about the group's outreach future. 

Jul
3
Jul 4

Offices Closed

The parish offices will be closed Monday, July 3rd& Tuesday, July 4th for the Independence Day holiday.

Jun
4
11:30 am11:30

Emmanuel Cook-Out

Save the date! Celebrate the end of another successful program year, bid farewell to the choir and our interim rector, Mary Sulerud, and kick-off the summer.

Jun
4
10:30 am10:30

Pentecost

Wear red to celebrate the Feast of the Pentecost, which is also Mary Sulerud's final service as Emmanuel's interim rector.

 

May
21
10:30 am10:30

Kirkin' o' the Tartan

The Scottish ceremony of ''Kirkin' O' the Tartan'' will take place at Emmanuel Episcopal Church during the regular Sunday morning 10:30 a.m. service. This will include members from the Baltimore St. Andrew's Society, and a bagpipe and drums band (TBD). Invite your friends and wear your kilt for this special event!

May
19
7:00 pm19:00

Orioles Outing

All are welcome to join the Urbanites to watch the Orioles take on the Blue Jays. Tickets are $22. Contact Liz Shaner for more information. 

Read St. Readings
May
12
6:00 pm18:00

Read St. Readings

Please join us on Friday, May 12 at 6PM in the Brent Room for the second Read St. Reading, Emmanuel's literary reading series, featuring poetry by Andria Nacina Cole, Ailish Hopper, and KL Parr. Brief conversation with the writers to follow. Donations appreciated; light refreshments provided.

May
7
9:10 am09:10

Adult Forum - Brent Laytham, "Resurrecting Creation"

Dr. Brent Laytham, Dean of Ecumenical Institute of Theology at St. Mary’s University. Climate change and a ‘green pope’ are among the reasons Christians have begun to reclaim the importance of the doctrine of creation. Yet we seldom connect that with the gospel word that God has raised “the firstborn of all creation” – Jesus of Nazareth – from death. The Easter season is a good time to consider why creation matters for resurrection, and why resurrection matters for creation.

This event will take place in the Gallery. 

Apr
30
9:10 pm21:10

Adult Forum - Susan Fisher Sullam, "Monument Men: A Local Story"

As a member of Dwight Eisenhower's staff during WWII, Joel Fisher kept the memos detailing one of the greatest treasure hunts in history. His documents, found by his daughter Susan Sullam, chronicled how Americans located and recovered billions of dollars worth of gold, currency and artworks looted from the homes, museums and churches looted by the Nazis. She became a journalist and has spoken broadly on how the treasure was located and largely returned.

This event will take place in the Gallery. 

Apr
22
5:00 pm17:00

Urbanites Outing to Peabody Conservatory Gospel Concert

Two of Baltimore's finest gospel choirs, Ark Church's Divine Voices of Praise and New Shiloh's Sanctuary Choir, will perform on the Conservatory's main stage. Tickets are free, all are welcome. RSVP to Liz Shaner by April 18th to sit with the Emmanuel group.

 

Apr
18
7:00 pm19:00

Book Group

Empire Falls. A blue collar town full of abandoned mills whose citizens surround themselves with the comforts and feuds provided by lifelong friends and who find humor and hope in the most unlikely places, in this Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Richard Russo, Empire Falls. Richard Russo delves deep into the blue collar heart of American in a work that overflows with hilarity, heartache, and grace. Please bring a snack to share if your last name starts with M-Z.

Tuesday, April 18, 7:00 PM at the home of Julia Schnupp.

Apr
17
Apr 21

Emmanuel Offices Closed

The parish offices will be closed to the public from Monday, April 17 through Friday, April 21. Messages left for the office will be monitored but messages and emails left for individuals may not be returned until the following week. We hope you will show your appreciation to our parish staff for the outstanding work they have done to help us journey together through this Easter season.

Apr
16
12:00 pm12:00

Easter Egg Hunt

In addition to a festive coffee hour, children will be given bags to collect brightly, colored Easter eggs hidden throughout the church buildings. Please contact Joe Wood, jwood@emmanueldowntown.org if you would like to help stuff plastic eggs, hide them and help with this event.