Explore Emmanuel's Ministry Groups
Contact the church office for more information about how to get involved in these ministries!
Hikes, walks, or showshoeing are scheduled once a month. All ages and ability levels are encouraged to join us. Check the events calendar for details - we usually meet the second Saturday
of the month.
The ECW works to make Christ known in the world through outreach, fellowship,
prayer and joyful service. Meetings are typically held on the first Wednesday of each month.
The Single Ladies Social Group provides social events and outings for our single ladies and their friends, creating a caring community that provides support in all phases of our lives. Meetings are usually the first Saturday of each month.
EYC (Episcopal Youth Community - 6th graders & up) meets on the second and fourth Wednesday evenings in Emmanuel's Parish Hall for conversation, fun, faith and fellowship.
Morning Book Club
The Daytime Book Club is reading Thomas Keating's "Open Mind, Open Heart."
They meet via Conference Call, Thursdays at 11am.
If you are interested in joining the group
please contact the office.
Evening Book Group
The Wednesday Evening Book Group continues via Zoom. Meetings are 6:30pm - 8:00pm. The current book is "The Cloister Walk" by Kathleen Norris.
Emmanuel sells Food Certificates for Safeway, Family Fare and Walmart. It is an excellent way to buy any item at these stores and donate at the same time. The certificates are worth their full face value but Emmanuel receives 1-2% profit, which is used for church mission.
We serve others in need through relationship building that is rooted in the love of Jesus Christ. This includes partnerships with nonprofits such as Cornerstone Homeless Ministries, Habitat for Humanity, and Feeding South Dakota.
The Celebration Dinner provides a
nutritious meal once per month on Wednesday evenings for the parishioners of Emmanuel. The dinner takes place in the Parish Hall.
Keep filling those UTO boxes! If you need one, you can pick one up outside the church office.
The monies collected go the National Church and are disbursed all over the USA and the world.