Volunteers Needed for Sound Team
The sound team needs 5 more volunteers to help unload/set up and pack/load the sound equipment. Volunteers only do this once every two months and are paired with other volunteers. This small act of service is integral to the worship team being able to practice on time. Please consider helping in this way. You can contact Israel Ruiz or Nate Telus to sign up.
Family Ministry News
As some of our teachers are cycling off this fall, our children's ministry is in search of some new faces to share the message of Jesus with the children of Emmanuel. If you're interested in doing this important work and being a part of the Family Ministry Team, please contact Beth Youmans for commitment details and possible next steps. We believe Emmanuel's kids and our Lord deserve the best... could this be you?
If you are interested in reaching the Spanish speaking community in the area, please reach out to Israel Ruiz to find out how you can help. You do not need to speak Spanish to participate!
Sullivan House and its parent organization, b2i, have many opportunities for folks at Emmanuel to volunteer and support struggling families in Arlington. Our highlights for June are helping provide child care during a cooking class for adults (Tuesdays, from 6-7:30pm) and helping out at the lemonade stand that b2i kids run at various times and locations in the Clarendon area. Contact Emily Warner for more information or to sign up. Also, here is the schedule for the lemonade stand.
- July 26th Bridges To Independence (5:30-7pm)
- July 28th Pete’s Pizza (5:30-7pm)
Summer Sunday Cookouts at the Marshalls' in Annandale!
Join us after church on August 7 & 14 (around 1:00pm) for a fun time to fellowship and share lunch together! Meat for the grill will be provided by the Marshalls. Please bring a side, salad, dessert, or drink to share. Please see Jennifer Marshall or Jeff Marshall if you need the address. Hope to see you there!
Sullivan House Tour
You are invited to tour Sullivan House, the emergency shelter for homeless women and families, on Saturday, July 30, 2pm. Learn what life is like for a homeless family living in the shelter, and hear about the latest happenings at Bridges to Independence. Tours will last 45 minutes to an hour and refreshments will be provided. The address is 3103 9th Rd. N., Arlington, VA 22201. Parking is available behind the building. (If full, there is plenty of on-street parking after 5 p.m. and on weekends.) Please RSVP here for any of the tour dates. Questions? Contact Carlin.
Save the date! Join us on Sunday, July 24, from 4pm-8pm at the Bon Air Park Picnic Shelter (850 N Lexington St, Arlington) for fun and games, races, and other activities for all ages! Your friends and neighbors are welcome. Emmanuel will provide drinks, meat, & fixings for the grill; please bring an appetizer, side dish, or dessert. Please contact Margarita Muzzall if you would like to help or for more info!
Sunday Prayer Group
The prayer ministry meets at 9:45am on the 2nd and 4th Sundays each month in the 1st floor hallway behind the central staircase. We would love to have you join us. Contact: Bethany Hunter.
Emmanuel Parent Listserv
Have kids? Connect with other parents by joining the Emmanuel Parents group on The Emmanuel Network. Or, if you're a mom free Friday mornings, join us at Moms group. Contact Mel Chang if you need a login or need help using the site.
Please share any needs, concerns, or praises. The pastors and elders would love to pray for you!
Please submit any bulletin or website announcements by Tuesday at 12pm the week you’d like it featured using the announcement request webform.
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Mercy Ministry Opportunities
Arlington Bridge Builders, Assist Pregnancy Center, Bridges to Independence's Sullivan House and Compassion International - Learn about current Mercy Ministry Opportunities
Sunday Morning Sound Team
Are you technically minded? Do you have a good ear and want to contribute to helping Sunday services run smoothly? If so, please contact the Nate Telus for further information.
Mercy Fund Offering
Every fourth Sunday, we collect a second offering used to provide assistance equally to missions and mercy in Arlington and around the world, as well as supporting the Emmanuel MicroMissions program. If you, or someone you know in Emmanuel, has special and pressing needs, please contact the Emmanuel Deacons.
Emmanuel relies on the gifts and work of its members and regular attendees for its Sunday services. Whether it's preparing the bread and wine for communion or posting signs around the lobby, this is essential in helping the community worship together. To learn more about serving one Sunday per month, please contact Israel Ruiz.
The Emmanuel Network
Join the church's online directory, communication platform and calendar (http://emmanuelnetwork.org).
A list and general location of all the Community Groups are available on the website. If you are interested in joining a Community Group, contact Young Lee.
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