Emmanuel To Go

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

Little Flowers COVID-19 Needs

Prayers for Marking a Year of COVID-19

You can download this free resource from Illustrated Ministry to help you and your children put words and creativity to your emotions as you process the past twelve months.


You can find materials for easy at-home Sunday School lessons by clicking here. New lessons will be added each week!

Missing field trips this school year?

Click HERE for a list of virtual field trips you can take from home. This list comes to us courtesy of Steph, Joanna, and Nana. Thanks for helping and we’re glad you’re enjoying this page!

Click HERE for a virtual car trip through the USA. This one comes to us from Maddie & Susan. Thanks for sending it our way!

And HERE is another list of Virtual COVID-19 Friendly Field Trips Around the World. Shout out to Mrs. LouAnne Taylor & her volunteer Megan for pointing this one out to us!

Resources from Emmanuel United Methodist Preschool:

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:

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: