At our Sunday gatherings we use a liturgical form of service because it walks us through the wonderful story of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The music, readings, prayers and participation are arranged in a sequence so that we rehearse the good news of God’s grace to us.
SUNDAY SERVICE TIMES
11:00 AM – Morning Prayer/Holy Communion Service (rotates weekly)
A coffee hour with light refreshments, tea, and coffee is provided after the service at 12:30 pm. 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.
232 W. 11th Street, NY, NY 10014
We meet in the Manhattan Seventh-Day Adventist building, which is located right about in the middle of the block. We are just down from St. John’s-in-the-Village on the corner of Waverly and also from Tartine on the corner of West 11th and West 4th.
The closest subway stops are:
1 to Christopher St
1, 2, 3 to 14th St
A, B, C, D, E, F, M to W. 4th St
CHILDREN & YOUTH
A program is offered for young children during the 11:00 am service. At the beginning of the service children generally sit with their parents, but after their prayer and dismissal from the front of the church, children are free to go downstairs with their teachers to their special program. Of course you are welcome to have your children or infants remain with you throughout the service.
PRAYER DURING END OF SERVICE
During the final hymn, blessing, and postlude of each service teams are available to pray with us individually, inviting us to bring all the concerns, desires, & petitions of our hearts to God.
Frequently Asked Questions
Jesus said: “God is spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth.” (John 4:24).
Authentic Christian worship is not confined by location, words, ceremonies, set times, externals or aesthetics, but is an experience of the heart directed toward the truth of God revealed in Jesus Christ. Gospel shaped worship is a wholehearted response to the One who is the truth: Jesus Christ. If the fuel of worship is the truth, and the furnace of worship is one’s spirit, then authentic worship involves all of life in faith, prayer, love, fear, adoration, repentance, joy and obedience. God calls us to gather in response to the gospel to hear His word, build up one another in the faith and glorify Him.
Emmanuel is an Anglican church that is part of the CANA East diocese. We are located in the West Village in New York City. We are a diverse church, and many of our members come from a variety of ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds, but we are all united by our common interest in learning more about what God has done for us through his Son, Jesus Christ. We consider Scripture to be God’s word revealed to us, and we uphold the classical teachings of the Christian faith.
Absolutely. You can attend whatever your faith–or if you have none! When you come for the first time please be sure to let the ushers at the door know you are a newcomer, and fill out the “connection card” they will give you along with the service sheets.
No, the Bible isn’t specifically concerned about how we look on the outside or about the clothes we wear when we worship God.
From time to time Emmanuel offers courses for those that are interested in learning more about Christianity, or who might be new to Emmanuel and would like to hear about what we believe. If you are interested contact the church office at email@example.com or telephone (646) 770-3202.
But you can also learn about Jesus by joining us on Sundays, getting involved in home groups, and reading the Bible on your own. There are lots of wonderful resources online to help you 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.
We actively welcome newcomers from all walks of life. We hold quarterly Newcomer’s Evenings, where new folks can meet some of our staff, and connect with various ministries around Emmanuel. Our weekly home groups are a wonderful way to connect with people as well! Contact the church offices at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (646) 770-3202.
If you are interested in ways to help out, please see our serve page.
Emmanuel is governed by an Episcopal structure. Our Rector is in charge of the church under a Bishop in CANA East who provides pastoral care and leadership. The Emmanuel Church Council, who are elected annually by the congregation, assist the Rector with financial and strategic oversight. You can learn more about our current Council and staff here.