We Are Your Place
Fr. David Bumsted
Emmanuel is a pretty remarkable place. Our people are dedicated to Christ’s Gospel, committed to beautiful worship, and are always looking for reasons to get together.
When you come check us out on Sunday, here’s what you’ll find. Our Holy Eucharist at 8:00am is quiet, peaceful, and uses the traditional language (Rite I) from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. At the Holy Eucharist at 10:15am, our acolytes, choir, and organist lead us in singing hymns and psalms and we use a set of prayers with contemporary language (Rite II). At Emmanuel, regardless of which service you choose to attend, it’s my hope that you will find our liturgies timeless in their tradition and warm with the love of God in Christ.
Between services, come hang out in the parish hall where we have some great opportunities for fellowship as well as first rate Christian Formation in the Anglican Tradition.
A video about our stunning Stained Glass Windows, designed by the Willet Studio.
A dialogue between our late former rector, Fr. Malcolm and the late Bill Scoltock. As Bill remembers his long service to our beloved parish, they discuss the history of Emmanuel.
This is a silent film taken of the groundbreaking ceremony of our main sanctuary. Following that is the raising of our steeple.