An Emmanuel group helps get you connected with the parish and helps you to grow in faith.
One of the blessings of a large
church is that there are enough people interested in a variety of
offerings that smaller groups can be formed in which one can make
friends and do things one especially enjoys. A small group is one in
which you are known personally and missed when you are not there. In
the case of a church, it is also one that has a faith dimension.
about joining one of the groups listed below or even starting a new
one. If you would be interested in forming a new group, contact the
Men of Emmanuel
Men of Emmanuel meets regularly for fellowship, study and service. Major events include Trivia Night, Brown Bag volunteering, and a fall parish dinner. Each February, the group holds a Men's Retreat. A group meets at Stratton's on Thursday mornings for Bible Study.
Contact Brian Stephenson, President, at 432-2194 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Women's Book Club
The Women’s Book Club
meets nine times a year, usually on the 4th Monday of the month, with
only one meeting set during the summer. Our small group (six to twenty
women) shares refreshments, fellowship, a love for literature, and the
awareness we’ve gleaned from each month’s book. Since there is a
minimum of non-essential “chit-chat,” our meetings don’t usually run
Communications are conducted by e-mail, but we would be
happy to accommodate any non e-mailers who would like to join us! For
further information, please contact Ann McReynolds at 960-0560 or
Emmanuel Play Readers Emmanuel Play Readers “reads” a play performance every other month. Contact Ann Marie Ruhlin at
email@example.com or 656-5238 or Karl Reif at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Bible Study Groups Bible Study Groups foster fellowship while developing a greater understanding of sacred texts.
Music Groups Do you love to sing or love music? There is a music group for any age here at Emmanuel.
Family Ministry Family
Ministries offers fun,
faith-filled activities for families with small children. Family
Ministries is about connecting parents who want to both grow in their
own faith and also learn new ways to raise their children with a strong
faith foundation. The primary work of faith formation happens in the home, and we want to support one another in making that happen.
It’s great if our kids get to know each other better, too!
Please contact Tricia Copeland at email@example.com or Daniel Appleyard Rector, at 314-961-2393 or firstname.lastname@example.org