Emmanuel United Methodist Church Home
Dear People of Emmanuel,
Over the past few days we have watched news about the devastation wrought by Hurricane Michael. It is natural we feel compassion toward the thousands upon thousands affected. Many are without homes, automobiles, water and food. Search and rescue is imperative. The road to recovery will be long and difficult.
Join me in a time of prayer for our 1st responders and government officials in charge and leading the immediate response and coordinating a longer one. Let us pray for the people affected and their family and friends seeking solace and ways to support.
Consider ways beyond prayer that you might provide material support above what you do as a citizen through your federal taxes. As United Methodists we have a long and strong tradition supporting UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) who will be there when the recovery is still in the news and then when it is not. Make a donation by check or by clicking the dollar sign next to this letter. By clicking on the dollar sign and it will take you to our secure giving portal. There is a specific line notated just for hurricane relief. Please be sure to note “Hurricane Relief” on your check if that is how you choose to donate.
May our hearts be moved to be generous in response to great human need.
If there are any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at the church office (317) 773-4406.
In Christs Love,
Pastor Steven Walker
Upward at EUMC
Trunk or Treat
We declare and confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; our only means of salvation.
We believe the Holy Scriptures are inspired by God and are inerrant in their revelation.
Holy Spirit Empowered
We believe that the Holy Spirit is an equal part of the Holy Trinity
and works through believers to further God's will for each person and nation.
We see church as family. We care, we share, we hope, we love.
Faith in Action
Taking the Good News of Jesus Christ to the world in prayer and action.
The Great Commission
To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world is the mission of the United Methodist Church. John Wesley, one of the founders of the Methodist Church, and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action.