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

Godly Play

Emmanuel uses the Godly Play curriculum. Godly Play helps children explore their own innate spirituality and questions about God. Creativity and fun are always a factor! Teachers are specially trained in this curriculum, and our Godly Play classroom is a great place to be on Sunday mornings.
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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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Full Time Rector Position

As an active Christian community that is growing, useful and spiritually strong, Emmanuel is in a successful interim time after the retirement of previous rector of thirteen years. Emmanuel is looking for a compassionate and dedicated priest who excels in the areas of preaching and teaching, pastoral care and youth work. A lively sense of humor is welcomed as well!

For more information, see the Parish Profile and contact John Sweet.

The Messenger April 2014

april-news-1We are in the midst of the season of Lent. This message is taken from the March 7th entry written by Rachel Carnegie in the 2014 Lenten Meditations published by Episcopal Relief and Development of the Episcopal Church.

Norah chuckles as she watches the fingerlings jumping in her pond. Smiling broadly, she gives a large plastic bag full of young fish to her neighbor. “Now, go and grow fish,” she says.

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