Wondering when we’re opening again? Read this letter from Rev. Stephanie responding to Governor Hogan’s announcement about reopening.

You can read Rev. Stephanie’s previous letter here.

In light of COVID-19 and a desire to do our part to help protect the most-vulnerable in our society, Emmanuel has closed its doors for an as yet undetermined length of time. During this time we are developing resources to aid in the spiritual care and development of our community. Check back here regularly for updates.

Also, please email or text Rev. Kim Capps with any prayer requests during this time. Please remember to include your name and whether the request is for staff only or can be shared with the broader Emmanuel community.

A Faithful Response to COVID-19

Outreach Help & Opportunities

Little Flowers COVID-19 Needs

Did you know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month? This is especially poignant in the time of social distancing. Here are some resources for staying mentally healthy in midst of COVID-19:

These are some links to helpful articles concerning mental health and the Coronavirus:


Resources from Emmanuel United Methodist Preschool:

Emmanuel is so thankful for the work of Little Flowers ECDC in Baltimore. We were able to give $10,000 to help the center pay their staff in this trying time. Here is a video they sent us as a way of saying thanks:

Activities for all, courtesy Alison Thompson:

Printable COVID-19 Time Capsule for Families

Virtual Day Camps Courtesy UMC Campgrounds

More Resources for Families w/ Young Children:

Also, consider joining one of our community ZOOM gatherings by checking our weekly e-newsletter.

If you are new to Zoom, you can learn everything you need to know here. You can also find a helpful YouTube video here.

Emmanuel’s Social Media Pages: