Emmanuel Gothic Emmanuel Episcopal Church
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300 W. Frederick St.
Staunton, VA 24401
(540) 886-8172
emmanuelstaunton@verizon.net

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Sermon:

Grateful for what we have
(by Rabbi Joe Blair)
Mar 19, 2017

Sunday schedule

  • 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite I
  • 9:30 a.m. Christian Education (Children's and Adult); also Choir practice in the Sanctuary
  • 10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II;

    Nursery Care is available (ages 0-5) every Sunday for the 10:00 service.

Church Web sites:

Episcopal Church U.S.A. Episcopal Relief & Development Help the people of Haiti! Episcopal Diocese of S.W. Virginia Trinity Episcopal Church The Lectionary Page Diocese of Leeds, England

Our affiliate:

Stuart Hall School

Other:

Virginia Haiti Collaborative Staunton Music Guild Sarah's Music Studio Bluebird Beginnings Photography

Church directory:

Our new Church directory is now available online, but a special password is required to open it. For security reasons, passwords will be changed from time to time, and must be not be made available to anyone outside of the congregation. Any questions should be directed to the church office.


Domain name:

Our domain name emmanuelstaunton.org
went into effect in September 2011.


Got news?

Do you have any news items or announcements of interest to our congregation? If so, please contact the church secretary, Lucy Dennison. To submit photos or to ask questions about the Web site, please contact the Webmaster, Andrew Clem (clickable e-mail links).


Sunday School

Sunday School classes this year are being coordinated by Katherine Turner, along with several assistants. For details, see the
Sunday School Calendar.

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For a list of upcoming special events, see the Calendar page.

Parish News

January, 2017

Interfaith service for the nation

On Thursday, January 19, 2017, on the eve of the Presidential Inauguration, Emmanuel Episcopal Church hosted an interfaith prayer service for the nation. It was open to all people and featured leaders from the Christian, Muslim, and Jewish faith traditions. The service began with the hymn "My Country Tis of Thee," and included prayers by the Rev. Shelby Owen, Rev. Paul Nancarrow of Trinity Episcopal Church, Rev. Edward Scott of Allen Chapel, Ms. Beth Young from Temple House of Israel, and Imam Farhan Siddiqi of the Islamic Center of Shenandoah Valley. Rev. Scott read a series of statements by past presidents, including Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln, as well as other historical figures such as Martin Luther King.

The basic purpose of the gathering was to ask God's blessings for the future of the United States of America, for domestic and international peace, and for a sense of love and unity among all people in our community, in our nation, and throughout the world. Prayers were said for both the outgoing and incoming presidents, for their guidance, and for the people governed by them. We aim to offer a ray of hope to our community in an atmosphere of unity and peace.

Interfaith service

The interfaith service at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, on January 19.


Prayer list

		
		
WE PRAY FOR:

Alex
Dana A.
Bob A.
Joan A.
Virginia B.L.
Dawn B.
Randy B.
Frederick C.
Kit C.
Paul C.
Alice C.
Hugh C.
Bunny D.
Meneta D.
Virgil D.
Laura D.
Bob D.
David E.
Ethan
Helen F.
Jane H.
Jamie H.
Emily H.
Matthew H.
Barbara H.
Brandan H.
Jean H.
Mabel Hill
Eric H.
Jane K.
Linda
Norma L.
Sam L.
Mary Kay L.
David L.
Linda M.
Frances M.
Lillian M.
Hal M.
Peter M.
Camden M.
John M.
Jean N.
Dell P.
Christopher P.
Ann R.
Abbie R.
Gary R.
Lynn S.
Gabrielle S.
Marilyn S.
Sarah S.
Susana
Jean S.
Ruth S.
Charlie T.
Elizabeth T.
Eric T.
Jan W.
Micheal W.
Jan W.
Kay W.
For troubled relationships

For James R.missionary in Japan


		
		

prayer list

NOTE: Please help the office by keeping us informed of the status of people you place on the prayer list.



 

Emmanuel "word cloud"

world cloud

Thanks to Steven Cox for soliciting from parish members words that they thought best described our church congregation, and then compiling all of them into a "word cloud." Click on the image to see a full-size version. If that doesn't work, click here instead

Wordle: Emmanuel3