Emmanuel Episcopal Church

"Walking in Love, as Christ Loved Us"

1145 W. Valencia Mesa

Fullerton, CA 92833
Phone: 714-879-8070  

Sunday Worship Services

8:15am and 10:00am

Emmanuel Fullerton Sanctuary



The feast of Epiphany is January 6th. The word “epiphany” means “revealing” or “showing forth”. On the feast of Epiphany we celebrate the showing forth of Jesus to the Gentiles, specifically to the wise men of Matthew’s Gospel who are the first to know of his divinity. Epiphany thus proclaims Jesus as Savior of the whole world. God’s salvation applies to all the peoples of the earth!  Read more


Advent is the season of the church year that precedes Christmas. It begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve. The word Advent means “coming” and refers to the coming of Jesus Christ into the world. It is a season of preparation for the great feast of Christmas.  Read more

Getting More From a Sermon

Just a few suggestions that may help you to get more out of a sermon.  Read more

What Is The Mission Share Fund

he Mission Share Fund consists of contributions from individual parishes and missions in the Diocese of Los Angeles for the collective ministry of the Diocese. Each parish is asked to give a minimum of 12% of their pledge and plate income and each mission is asked to give 10%. What ministries are supported by the Mission Share Fund? Here is a list of them:   Read more

Holy Week

Holy Week is the week immediately preceding Easter Sunday. The first written mention of the observance of these days in the church appeared in the latter half of the third century. The observances and the days on which they occur are: Palm Sunday, Holy Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Vigil.  Read more


A mission is a worshipping community that is to some extent financially dependent on the diocese. Technically, the diocesan bishop is the rector of a mission. The bishop then appoints a priest in charge to provide worship and spiritual formation for the members of the community and to lead the mission in its day-to-day operation. That priest is called the vicar. The group that makes the decisions about the operation of the mission is called the Bishop’s Committee. It is composed of lay members who regularly attend the worship services at the mission.  Read more


As part of our series, Emmanuel Unplugged!, we had a great discussion about the Sacraments in the Anglican Church. We have seven sacraments, two major ones and five minor ones. Here they are, for your enjoyment, with their Scripture references:  Read more

Celtic DNA

Characteristics of the Celtic tradition can be found within the Anglican tradition and are a part of our heritage. This helps explain why there are very few systematic theologians in the Anglican tradition. Most of our theology has instead been expressed in poetry, story and drama.  Read more

Manual Acts of the Eucharist

The manual acts are the position of the hands of the priest during the celebration of the Eucharist. During seminary, priests are taught how and where to place their hands at particular points during the celebration of the Eucharist. In my liturgy classes a well-known dancer and actress came to class to teach us about presence and gesture. Differences between the ways priests perform the manual acts are because of attending different seminaries and the focus of their teachers.  Read more

Holy Week 2016

Easter is the most joyful day of the year for all Christians, the day we celebrate the fact that life does not end with our physical death but, rather, the end of this life brings with it our transition into another dimension of existence. What can be more joyful than to know that and to live life unafraid? There is one way to experience an even deeper joy at Easter. And that is to fully experience the week that precedes it. We call it Holy Week.  Read more

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"Walking in Love, as Christ Loved Us"

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