Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. – Colossians 3:12

About Us


It is both a pleasure and a privilege to share with you the information about our church and the ministries that exist here. We hope that you find it useful. We want to thank you for your interest in Emmanuel Episcopal Church. We want you to know that our doors are open and that we are available. Should you have questions regarding the life of the church, we are here.

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The Emmanuel Experience

SUNDAY AT EMMANUEL – We Love a parade

Our Sunday morning services are at 7:30 am and 10:00 am. At that time we gather for the Holy Eucharist. The 7:30 am is a simple service led by a priest and lay reader. The 10:00 am service is our Family Eucharist and includes music. Both services have a “Coffee Hour” fellowship time afterwards.

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Children & Youth

Youth Group

Join us on the first and third Wednesdays of the month from 6-8:00. We begin with dinner followed by activities to help us grow on our faith journey. The group is led by Pastor Christy and Annie and our current focus is on service to others, having fun and learning about God’s love for us.

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Food Cupboard

Emmanuel is proud to house the Ecumenical Emergency Food Cupboard, a combined effort of 13 religious organizations in Coos County. The Food Cupboard relies on donations and volunteers to serve thousands of less fortunate neighbors annually.

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The Renewal of Ministry with the Welcoming of a New Rector

On October 28, 2014 at 7PM, Bishop Hanley was here to induct Christy as our new Rector. It was a grand celebration and marked the beginning of our ministry together as Congregational members, Vestry and Rector; mutual ministers doing the work God has given us to do. Check out the evening’s sermon on the website’s sermon page and additional pictures in November’s newsletter. A huge thank you to everyone who helped to make the evening so special!

The Messenger May 2015


Christy’s Corner

I sit at the table in Shepherd’s House early this morning. The coffee is on, the sun is streaming in the window and in a little bit I get to go outside and see if I can create a little vegetable garden along the retaining wall by my driveway. Then I head north for a beautiful drive along the coast to Lincoln City to attend the clergy conference, where I will gather with my Diocesan colleagues and our bishop to learn about missional worship. Our speaker, Ruth Meyers has just written a book Missional Worship Worshipful Mission, Gathering as God’s People, Going Out in God’s Name. I’m excited to be exposed to new ideas relevant to our life and ministry at Emmanuel right now.

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