Help support the Youth Mission Trip by supporting the Election Day Bake Sale or buying S.C. Weaver subs. Order forms are available in the May issue of the Parish Helper. Donations as well as help the day of the sale is needed! Sign-up sheets are located at the rear of the Sanctuary.
There will be a Congregational Meeting immediately following the Worship Service on May 21st. Committee Reports will be reviewed as well as the election of Church Council Members. Reports and nominations will be available at the Church and be forthcoming on the website. Please click on the link below to download the committe reports. Congregational Meeting … [Read more…]
Our next Community Meal is Monday, April 10th at East Chestnut Mennonite Church. Please sign up in the Narthex or contact Deb Barrett (#717-892-2113).
Studio/office/rehearsal space available You are invited to pursue interests in art, business, music and more in the neighborhood of Lancaster Regional Medical Center and Franklin & Marshall College. Rooms with natural daylight, secure doors, common areas and kitchen facilities/bathrooms are available for rent at West Walnut and Pine streets. The home for your professional and … [Read more…]
Baskets of Promise: Each Sunday of Lent from March 5th through April 2nd, Emmanuel will be collecting needed items for personal care kits. Our goal is to provide 24 personal care kits for Lutheran World Relief. Please see the February 2017 Parish Helper for additional details.
Tap your toes in celebration on this last Sunday in the Epiphany Season before Ash Wednesday ushers in the 40 days of Lent. Seating capacity is limited. Sign-up in the Narthex beginning February 5th. 551 West, 551 West King Street, Lancaster, PA (5:00 – 6:00 PM)
Make a Joyful Noise! After a well-deserved “January Break” the choir will resume rehearsals in preparation for the Lent and Easter seasons. Like to sing? There’s room for you in the choir loft. Contact Pam Drenner if you are interested.
Emmanuel Youth are joining with thousands of other youth on the same day for the “Souper Bowl of Caring.” They will be standing at the back of the church collecting donations to help feed the hungry. Money will be divided between the Food Hub of the Lancaster County Council of Churches and the ELCA World Hunger … [Read more…]
The Annual Meeting of the Congregation will be held on Sunday, January 29, 2017 immediately following the morning worship service.
Greens will be hung in the church on Sunday, December 18th after the morning worship service. Come and help get the church ready for the celebration of Christmas. Everyone is invited!
Celebrating the Nativity of Our Lord on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Candlelight Service of Lessons and Carols, Christmas Eve at 7:00 PM Candlelight Service of Holy Communion, Christmas Eve at 9:00 PM Christmas Day Holy Communion, 10:15 AM
It’s time again for the Fall Election Day Bake Sale. Help is needed. Please consider donating soup, baked goods, breads or anything else we can sell. Subs are also being sold once again. The order form is located in the Parish Helper. Help is also needed the day of the sale. The sale begins at … [Read more…]
Sunday, November 6th from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. A casual gathering of people who love singing and socializing! No cost to attend. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase. Food and beverages begin at 4:30 p.m. at 441 West King Street (formerly Kegel’s Seafood Restaurant). All are welcome! See the Parish Helper for … [Read more…]
There will be a Reformation Celebration on Sunday, October 30th following the Worship Service in Seiger Chapel. Please see the Parish Helper for additional details.
October 22nd will be our next card making session for our home-bound and shut-in members. Fireside Room from 9:00 a.m. until noon No experience necessary Materials will be provided
Our next Community Meal is Monday, October 10th at East Chestnut Mennonite Church. Please sign up in the Narthex or contact Deb Barrett (#717-892-2113).
First Sunday Coffee Fellowship social will be held October 2nd. Please sign up in the Narthex.
How might we at Emmanuel engage more fully in mission with our community? This question led us to work with Partners for Sacred Places, an organization which helps congregations define their mission How might we at Emmanuel engage more fully in mission with our community? This question led us to work with Partners for Sacred … [Read more…]