Upcoming Events

How to Succeed in Life: A New Discussion Series
Sunday Evenings 5:30pm-8pm at Emmaus Chapel

The secret to success revealed: there is no big secret! Come each week as we listen to community members share their life stories, explaining who they are and how they arrived where they are today. Listen, learn, ask questions, then engage in deep and meaningful conversation with one another and our guest speaker.

Sunday, February 11: Video/Discussion
Then, the discussion continues each Sunday during Lent!
Epsicopal 101: A Lenten Soup-Supper Series
Tuesdays, February 27  & March 3, 10, 17
6:00pm-8:00pm at Emmaus Chapel

This four-week Lenten Course will detail the history and beliefs of our Episcopal Church. Learn about our tradition, it's deep roots, and it's vision for the future!

Those who attend each of these classes will be fully prepared to be Confirmed or Received. Those who have been Confirmed/Received will be invited to reaffirm their Confirmation vows.

Holy Week and Easter Community Events

Due to the observance of these holidays, community programming will take the place of dedicated Young Adult programs for these two weeks. All are encouraged to join us - regardless of where you are, or aren't, in your own personal faith journey. Just Come & See!
Sunday, March 25: Palm Sunday: An Evening Walk Through Holy Week
Join us for this special worship event beginning at 4:00pm

Our observance of Holy Week begins with the triumphant procession of palms. Recall the moment when Jesus triumphantly entered Jerusalem with a blessing of the palms, jubilant procession, and hymns of praise. Gathered around a communal table, we will share a lovingly prepared meal, of Seder-inspired foods, sharing the Eucharist during the meal, just as Jesus did with his friends during their last supper together. Our service continues with a symbolic foot washing* as we gather around the table. Deb and Pastor Emilie will wash the feet of all who are gathered while the congregation pauses to meditate on the example Jesus so expressly left with his friends. After supper the table and the altar are stripped and all who wish are invited to join in a one-hour silent candlelight vigil remembering Jesus' arrest, trial, and crucifixion. All leave in silence.
Sunday, April 1: Easter Sunday!
Join us for this special worship event beginning at 4:00pm

Worship with us as we begin this joyful fifty-day season with a celebration of Jesus' Resurrection! Join us for a traditional, liturgical worship service, wholly adapted to the needs of the Emmaus community. Come as you are. Come in your weekend clothes. Come in your Easter best. Come young or old. Come "energized" by the bunny's sugary treats or tired from the week's schedule. Just Come & See!