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Our Sunday adult Bible study classes are designed to help us better know and understand the Bible, strengthen our relationship with God and one another, and give us hope and courage for daily living. Sunday Bible study classes are offered from 9:15–10:15 a.m.
Sunday High School
Students currently in high school meet each Sunday from 9:15–10:15 a.m. to dig deeper into Scripture and explore how those lessons apply to them today. Classes run September-May.
Emmanuel’s confirmation ministry is designed to help baptized Christians publicly confirm their baptismal vows and identify with the life and mission of the Christian community through Biblical teaching. Youth Confirmation classes meet on Sunday from 9:15–10:15 a.m. Classes run September-May.
Emmanuel’s Sunday School provides age-appropriate Bible study and related activities for children from birth through fifth grade. Our program aims to help parents teach their children to know and love Jesus Christ, and to excite and prepare them to share Christ’s love in their daily lives. Classes run September-May.
Emmanuel offers groups based on Scripture and centered in Christ to make opportunities available for all to deepen their faith in Christ. There are several study opportunities led by a variety of instructors at different times throughout the week.
Can't fit an in-person class into your schedule? Check out Emmanuel's online offering of the Pastor's Bible Study. Explore the upcoming weekend's readings with Emmanuel's pastors. Click here to view.
High School Youth
Emmanuel Youth Group (EYG) provides opportunities for high school youth to grow in God’s Word, share in Christian fellowship, and serve others in the church and community. The youth meet for study during Bible-class hour on Sunday mornings and again on Sunday evenings for food, fellowship and Bible study.
Middle School Youth
Middle School Youth Group provides opportunities for middle school youth to grow in God’s Word, share in Christian fellowship, and serve others in the church and community. Students in 6th through 8th grades engage in directed activity and devotion once a month.
First Impressions explores ways to create a culture of intentional engagement with guests, visitors, and newer members in order to establish ongoing relationships that encourage one another in faith.
Get connected at Emmanuel! There are many other groups available for people to participate in and get involved with at Emmanuel. Check out the brochure and find a group that works for you!
The Food Bank serves members of Emmanuel and our neighbors in the 46802 zip code who find themselves in need. Members of Emmanuel may visit the Food Bank by appointment by calling the church office. Those living in the 46802 zip code may use the Food Bank on the third Thursday of the month.
Washington School Outreach
The opportunity to interact with the Washington Elementary School community has been a blessing to the members of Emmanuel for many years. We serve our neighbors at Washington in a number of ways.
Music & Choir
Music is an integral part of the worship at Emmanuel. Whether through vocal or instrumental talent, there are numerous ways to participate.
Other opportunities for members of Emmanuel to serve are: Altar Guild, ushers, openers/closers, and valets.