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A little bit about us:

We have a service on Sundays at 11:00 am which follows the Anglican liturgy.   A coffee hour with light refreshments, tea, and coffee is provided after the service at 12:30pm.  Most Sundays a number of congregants go out for lunch together in a local restaurant.  The second Sunday of each month is potluck Sunday, where we share a meal together after the service in the fellowship hall.

But it’s not just Sundays: there’s lots going on throughout the week here.

Home groups

Home groups

Getting involved in a home group is a great way to get connected at Emmanuel.  Home groups study the Bible, build relationships with one another, and care for each other. They meet at different times of the week in homes and apartments all over New York City.

Children & Teens

Children

Have children that you would like to get involved? We have wonderful programs for children at Emmanuel and would love to get them plugged in. We believe that each child can have a vibrant and real relationship with God and can live lives of joy and service in Jesus.

Singles

Life Together

Life anywhere, but perhaps especially here in New York, can be tough. And at Emmanuel we believe no one should walk alone, no matter where you are in life, what you’ve been through, or what’s ahead. Join with others like you in prayer, service, and fellowship as we pursue faithfulness to Jesus together.

New to Christianity?

New to Christianity?

If you are pondering life’s big questions and are interested in learning more about God and faith, we invite you to explore Jesus with us. Simply fill out the welcome form above! Or click here to learn more about what we believe here at Emmanuel. Christianity is about Jesus Christ, and the gospel is the good news of great joy for all people.  There are lots of wonderful resources online to help you explore as well!  A good place to start might be the Gospel of John, the classic Creeds, the New City Catechism, the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Anglican Church, or even some of the tough questions that often get asked about Christianity.