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Emmanuel Family News
 June 2, 2016
I am so grateful for this community. What an awesome time last Sunday with African worship and dance, Million Meals Ingathering, and delicious BBQing. Now we have a chance to enjoy that legendary Emmanuel Fellowship again. Find out more in this issue of the Emmanuel Blurb.

With love in Christ,
Fr. Rob+
All-Age Summer Camp
(If you haven't signed up yet, click one of the links below.)
Beat the summer doldrums by spending some time making friends, learning cool new stuff, and growing spiritually in an atmosphere of grace. After a meal at 6pm, we break into groups (one for kids and two choices for adults). After the classes we do a short closing and head home around 8:30pm. 

Here are the choices for adults:
Icons-Gateway to the Divine
Beth Jahncke
Heard it Through the Grapevine-
Growing Grapes
Gordon & Lorra Dickenson
Music as Ministry
Rich Bronzellino
Foodie Dinner Groups & the art of Hospitality
For people who love fine food and entertaining!
Stacey Green
Seed Saving& Social Justice
Nancy Shively
Drought Tolerant Gardens
Emma Kremer
The Art of Anglican Rosary
Learn to make one and how to use one in meditation
Mary Jane Bonilla
Heard it Thru the Grapevine II
Home wine making.
Gordon & Lorra Dickenson
Lectio Divina/African Bible Study
Rev. Paul Sung
Swing Dance 101
Jeremy & Krissy Shively

When: Monday through Friday, June 6-10 starting at 6pm
Where: Emmanuel
Cost: FREE! (with freewill donation for the meals)
What to remember: 
* Sign up for the day(s) you would like to come at this link: Emmanuel Summer Camp
* If you want to contribute food, bring a desert to any of the meals or supplies for s'mores for Friday night.
* Bring a friend!
News Flash

  • Book Reference from Mo Lyn's Sermon

Prayer and Temperament

Chester P. Michael
Marie C. Morrisey


  • Are you interested in being a LEV
    I want to invite any of you that are interested in joining the Lay Eucharist Visitor ministry.  In the last year, I have been blessed to be with many that are unable to attend church (due to being shut in or ill), by sitting with them, sharing stories and most of all sharing Eucharist.
    Many times I go thinking I may not know what to say or do with the person I am visiting, but the Holy Spirit always arrives just at the right moment.  I leave each time thinking what a blessing to sit, listen and be with those that can't attend church with us.  It's an intimate time, a gift, a double blessing for each person, you and them.
    If you are interested in being a LEV or would like to know more information, please contact me:, 714-446-9670. We will be having a class in the near future.
    Thank you, Jen Wagner

Photo of the Week

Big Send Off for Mo Lyn!

Gene captured this great shot of the community blessing Mo Lyn prior to her sabbatical adventure. Keep her in your prayers as she gets ready to head across the pond!

June 6-10
Meal 6pm
Classes 7pm


10am: Prayer & Thanks
10:30am: Bible Study
11am: Communion

7am  Prayers and Communion
8am Breakfast afterwards 

Saturdays at 9am in
Havermale Hall

First Wednesday/Month
7pm in the Church

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