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Welcome to Emmanuel! 

We are a Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma and a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion. We strive to love God and our neighbors as ourselves.  We believe every human is made in the image of God; therefore, we strive to respect the dignity of every human being.

 

Regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey, no matter your church or non-church background, we hope you find the grace filled welcome of Jesus in our parish. If you are single, divorced or married, republican or democrat, straight or gay, rich or poor, please know that you are welcome to come and seek God and God's kingdom with us.

 

Please know, we do not have all the answers... but each Sunday we gather around the table of the One who does.

What's coming up at Emmanuel?

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Summer Activities

Service. Holy Friendship. 
Growth in Christ.

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Weekly Worship Services

Sundays

8:00 am

Holy Eucharist Rite One

Peaceful Spoken Service

10:30 am

Holy Eucharist Rite Two

Hymns, Choir, Special Music

Children's Chapel & Nursery

Third Sunday of the Month 

(September - May)

5:00 pm Evensong

Chanted Evening Prayer with scripture readings and hymns

Wednesdays 

12:00p

​Holy Communion

from the 1928 BCP in Lady Chapel

(When Shawnee  Public Schools are in Session)

6:15 pm

Meal in the Parish Hall

7:00pm

Classes for all ages

8:00pm

Compline by Candlelight

Emmanuel

@ Harrah

 

Sundays at 10:30a

Holy Eucharist Rite II at the Black Raven Pub in Harrah

The Black Raven

1837 Church Ave

Harrah, OK

What to Expect
in worship services

There are places where we bow to show reverence for Christ, and places where we kneel to humble ourselves before God.

There are times we cross ourselves as a way of using our entire bodies to worship and remember Christ’s sacrifice.  We read ancient creeds and prayers together aloud to affirm our faith. You will notice that no two people do the same thing, so there is no “wrong” way!

Trust us, many people find this a bit intimidating at first, but later fall in love with the reverence of our ancient worship.

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From the Blog

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