Mini Sunday School Guest Speakers

Adults are invited to attend Mini Sunday School Sunday, April 25.  Our special guests will tell us about the SOWERS ministry and how they are involved.

A Door of Hope’s Baby Bottle Benefit

A Door of Hope’s annual Baby Bottle Benefit campaign ended May 16.  A Door of Hope is a Christian pregnancy counseling center that reaches out to women and families in need.  They offer education and support at their Wilmington and Middletown locations.  Listen to these videos to learn more about the ministry of A Door of Hope.

Week #1 Video

Week #2 Video

Week #3 Video

Week #4 Video

Week #5 Video

Easter Services

Emmanuel will host a Good Friday Service on April 2 beginning at 7:00 p.m.  All are welcome.  Please wear a mask and practice social distancing.

On Easter Sunday,  April 4, our Morning Service will begin at 9:30 a.m.   Our Evening Service will be held outside and start at 6:00 p.m.  Please bring your own seating, if possible.  However, we will have chairs available. We hope that you and your family can join us.

There will be no Mini Sunday School on Easter.  Children are always welcome to our church services.

Christmas Eve Service Inside

Our Christmas Eve Service has been moved inside.  The service will start at 6:00 p.m.  Join us in celebrating the birth of Christ.  We’ll be singing many of your favorite Christmas hymns.  You can follow along using this bulletin.

Thank Offering Video

View the 2020 Thank Offering WWO (Worldwide Outreach) video here. There’s still time to give to support the work of the OPC.

The OPC 2020 Thank Offering

This year’s Thank Offering theme is The Church Resilient which is a great theme for 2020. Due to the pandemic, it has been a challenging year indeed.  Yet, for some, the challenges have been even tougher as they have been imprisoned or treated shamefully for their faith. Let us not neglect to pray for these brothers and sisters in the faith around the world.  Let us remember our laborers in the fields as well.  There are some who plant, some who water, and some who reap.  They need our prayer support and our financial support.  We have an opportunity to provide just that on November 22.

Learn more here.

Book Discussion Small Group

Our Book Discussion groups will discuss Sinclair Ferguson’s new book, Devoted to God’s Church.  We have two groups.  Both meet on Wednesday night with one group starting at 7:00 p.m. and the other beginning at 8:00 p.m.

About the book:

Being a Christian is not an individualistic or isolated activity. Believing also involves belonging. Being a Christian, by definition, involves belonging to the church.

This is not a book full of ideas about how your church ought to change or what it needs to do in order to grow or to be successful. Rather it is about how we fit into our own church. There are hallmarks of church life that should be stamped on all our churches because they are applicable everywhere and anywhere — New Testament values for any size of church, in any part of the world, at any time.

Devoted to God’s Church will serve to help new Christians understand what it is to be part of a church, and will also be a refreshing reminder to every Christian of what it should look like to belong to the family of God.






Mini Sunday School

Immediately after the morning service, we usually have Mini Sunday School for the children.  There will be Bible stories, Bible memory and mystery guests too!  These 20-30 minutes will be filled with various activities. Kids, we hope you will join us!

On May 9th, we will not be having Mini Sunday School.


Sunset Concert

Join us for our Sunset Concert October 3 starting at 5:00 p.m. The music will be eclectic folk music and is sure to hold your interest as well as get your feet stomping. The concert is free. Please bring your own chair or seating for the concert if possible.  If you like, you may bring your own picnic. We will practice social distancing and masks are optional. We hope to see you there!

Women’s Bible Study Resumes

The ladies  study will meet on Thursday nights from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.  Each meeting includes fellowship, Bible study and prayer.  All women are welcome to attend.  You can read more here.