Traditional: 9:00 am
Contemporary: 11:00 am
Fifth Sunday: 10:00 am
OUR BRIEF FAITH STATEMENT
We are an inclusive faith community that seeks to live the Word and Way of Christ's unconditional love.
to serve God and share the good news of Jesus Christ
To keep expanding the welcome, liberating those who are forced to live in the margins. To keep dismantling barriers and building bridges. To keep working until all of God's beloved have equity.
Thank you for contributing to Emmanuel Lutheran Church. We are blessed by your generosity!
You may give online as a single donation or set up a recurring or continuing donation. Your offerings support all phases of Emmanuel's Ministries.
Our Mission: "to serve God and share the good news of Jesus Christ" with:
Faithful Preaching of God's Word
Diverse Worship with Communion
Community Service and Outreach
World Hunger and Disaster Relief
In relationships built through outreach and education, ReconcilingWorks shares Christ's message, the Gospel, which is for everyone equally. We advocate for systemic change in policy and practice in church and society, working to alleviate not only the painful symptoms of oppression but also to eliminate its root causes.
The above text is from the Reconciling Works website, and we strive to do our best to live by that statement. We know that loving our neighbor means all our neighbors, not just the ones who are exactly like us.
We have a fun job: thinking up and executing deeds of welcome from writing and artwork to activities, from researching to implementation of Lutheran practices we never knew existed. We try to be positive and optimistic in everything we do because we carry good news!
Who We Are
Our Faith Statement
We are an inclusive faith community that seeks to live the Word and Way of Christ's unconditional love. This means that, like Christ, we believe each person is a beloved child of God regardless of
or anything else that could divide us.
We give thanks to God for the unique identities with which we are created, and have found here a fellowship of believers that accepts us just as we are. Come worship with us and enjoy full participation in all aspects of our life together, including the following:
Beginning our worship
Our first service was September 25, 1990, at Sunrise Funeral Home in Prescott Valley
We were operated by American Lutheran Church in Prescott until becoming chartered on September 20, 1992
Seeking a space of our own
We purchased the land where our church sits from the ELCA Mission Investment Fund in June of 1996.
Moving to our own building
The first service in our new facility was March 2, 2003
Our 30th Anniversary Celebration
Church family members, current and past, gathered to celebrate the 30th year of being a chartered congregation. Here's to (at least!) 30 more!