Sunday Worship: 9:00 AM
Christian Education: 10:10 AM
(Family Sunday School & Adult Bible Class)
Midweek Lenten Worship
Wednesday: 7:00 PM
We are open for in-person worship. You and your family are welcome to join us for safe, socially distanced worship, so that you might hear God's Word, find comfort and encouragement in Jesus' promises, and grow in your relationship with the Lord.
NOTE: Governor Walz's recent Executive Order (01.06.2021) continues to allow worship gatherings at 50% building occupancy as has been the case since churches, synagogues, and mosques were permitted to reopen in late May.
At Emmanuel we observe the 6-foot social distancing guidance by seating every-other-pew. Larger multi-generation families are welcome to sit together if that is their preference.
Additional ventilation (air movement through the sanctuary) is provided as an out-of-an-abundance-of-caution accomdation. You may prefer to have sweater or wear your jacket.
Single-use service folders are found in the pews which are indended to be used. Our order of service are our familiar liturgies, but abbreviated.
We celebrate the Lord's Supper twice a month - on the second and last Sundays - with safety in mind: the pastor is gloved and masked. The communion elements (bread and wine) are distributed while communicants are seated.
Worshipers are ushered out from the back of the sanctuary to avoid crossing paths.
We want you to feel comfortable and know that you are safe as you join us for worship. We continue come together to be fed by our Lord through Word and Sacrament. Email us, if you have any questions. Thank you!
Individuals who are at higher risk are encouraged to use online worship options. See the "Learn and Grow" tab here at our website churches of our fellowship that live-stream or record and post their worship services.
A STEWARDSHIP NOTE
An online giving option can be found on this website. Look for the "Give Now" link in the upper right-hand corner of our homepage. The gifts of God's people will help the minstry of God's church continue even when we are temporarily unable to gather as a congregation and give our gifts in a more customary fashion. You may mail your gifts to church, as well. Thank you to those who have done so!
If you are exhibiting symptoms, are quarantining, or have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please stay home for now and worship with us at a later date.
For information COVID-19 in the state, visit the Minnesota Department of Health website here.