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Join us for worship live on YouTube
Sundays at 10:30 am
Watch services livestreamed from our beautiful sanctuary
Each week's service is recorded and posted below on Mondays
and can also be found on our YouTube page.
Organ and Silent Film Concert
Organist Michael Britt returned to Emmanuel for a Community Concert series event November 15. He accompanied the 1928 family-friendly comedy “Steamboat Bill, Jr.” starring Buster Keaton in the title role, as the owner and captain of a paddle steamer that has seen better days. The performance was livestreamed and recorded. To request the link, email the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
~ Open for worship ~
Church services are now open for in-person worship, with a capacity of 60 people per week, at 10:30 am each Sunday.
We have safety protocols in place, including wearing masks and social distancing, to protect congregants and participants and to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the community. View complete safety protocols HERE.
Worship will continue to be livestreamed and recorded for those unable to join us. Watch services live on Sunday mornings or later at any time. Find live and previously recorded services on YouTube by clicking HERE.
• Join Adult Sunday School by Zoom Sundays at 9 am for a study
of, "The Light Will Shine: A Study for Advent"by Carol J. Miller.
The five-week course runs through January 3 (no class Dec. 27).
For info, contact Brian at email@example.com.
The office is staffed 9 am-1 pm weekdays and is open to visitors conducting church business from 10 am-12 pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, or by appointment. Wear a face mask when you visit.
Check back for updates, visit us on Facebook or reach out by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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God's light shining through us in love, worship and service
Our church may be more than 250 years old, but our thinking isn't.
We are proud of our legacy as a church of "firsts."
First Reformed church in Hanover to hold services in English
First UCC church in Hanover to call a divorced minister in 1973
First UCC church in Hanover to call a female minister in 2007
Consistory approved weddings for ALL couples in 2014
First UCC church in Hanover to call a gay minister in 2016
First Hanover area Open & Affirming church in 2018