Welcome to Emmanuel Anglican Church
in Richvale, Richmond Hill
Sunday services are at 10:00am; in-person attendance is available.
Spring Guidelines for the Anglican Diocese of Toronto are in effect.
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Visit the friendly little church!
15 Mackay Drive, Richmond Hill, off Yonge Street at Archibald’s
Step into our church and you will step into warmth in the cedar lined walls, church pews and the greetings of the people you meet. We are a loving church family which like any good family always has room in our hearts for new people. You will find people like you, eager to know and be known by the God who has always loved us. Proof of that love is in Jesus Christ, God’s son, who came to live as one of us, die for us and rise to bring victory to all that is good and life giving. We remember this each week by focussing on a table laid with bread and wine, representing Jesus Christ’s loving sacrifice, for all to share.
If you bring children, we have Sunday School ready for them. We are committed to bringing children into a lively relationship with Jesus.
We sing hymns with an organ and other songs with a group of musicians and voices. Our services last about an hour and like all Anglican liturgy (the words we say) you have lots of involvement.
Check us out one Sunday or give me a call for a chat. 416-737-3066 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call the office at 905-881-8198. We will be pleased to talk with you.
Current COVID Precautions
The church will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized before each service.
People attending must wear their own mask or one provided at the door.
Social distancing will be maintained at all times.
Communion, bread only, will be brought to you in your pew.
Washrooms: only one person at a time,
Handwashing is essential as is the use of hand sanitizer after you have left the washroom.
You can contact Pastor Chris at 416-737-3066 or email@example.com
or the Church Office at 905-881-8198.
FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER, MAY 15, 2022
It is important to believe that the risen Jesus was still presenting himself all these weeks since Easter. The resurrection was no ‘flash in the plan’, ‘blink and you miss it’ incident. Jesus appears many times to many people. Why does that matter? Because we have so many reasons to believe that Jesus is alive. We need to think about that.