Accountability Relationship Workbook
Intended for guided and intentional small groups (2-5 people) whose purpose is mutual growth in the knowledge and love of Jesus. We have developed an easy to use manual designed to help groups get to know each other and encourage each other’s spiritual development in the following areas: applying the gospel to life, making the most of Christian friendships, praying, profiting from the Bible, benefiting from the sacraments, and beginning to discover direction in life.
Emmanuel’s Orchard Handbook
A guide to making the most of what Emmanuel has to offer as you seek to mature as a follower of Jesus, whether you’re with us for a long time or only a few years.
Forms & Documents
leadership nominating packet
One of the key principles of the Presbyterian form of government is that members choose their leaders. May-June is our annual time to nominate candidates, who begin a process of discernment and training that lasts one year. If you are a member, prayerfully give thought to any members who you think could serve as Elder or Mercy Team Member. The nominating packet includes information on the process and guidance on whether or not to nominate someone.
fall retreat registration
Theme: Re-Creation: Recreation that Restores the Soul
Saturday, October 26. Our guest speaker Reyn Cabinte, pastor of Uptown Community Church, will help us to think about how to better use our free time in ways that bring restoration to our very being. We will have times of singing, prayer, discussion, food, and we aim to spend our afternoon outdoors at the peak of the fall foliage season.
Cost is $25/person, or $75/family. We encourage you to find your own way there, but we are providing limited seating in vans: $20/adult or $10/child. Don’t let the cost prohibit your coming - if you would like to come but the registration fee is an issue, you can pay what you are able (even if that means nothing). Register by Sunday, October 6, end of day.