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WORSHIP AND COMMUNITY AT EMMAUS
At Emmaus we seek to create sacred spaces to explore God and the questions of life.
We love food! Coming together around a table to eat is a regular practice at Emmaus Anglican. It's where conversation, laughter, connection, and celebration happens, and where spiritual community becomes a reality.
Spiritual direction provides a safe, welcoming, and confidential space to reflect on how God is currently present in your life and your responses to him. Awareness of God's presence grows within this monthly practice of about an hour in which the Holy Spirit is the true director leading our conversation and times of prayerful listening.
Sunday services are at 9:30 on Sunday mornings where we current meet by zoom. Please contact us to request a zoom invitation.
Emmaus Anglican Church is a community of faith rooted in the love of God and living as a family on mission with him. We have been gathering in fellowship and worship since 2018. We are thankful you have visited our page and would love to connect with you and hear your story!
OUR LEADERSHIP AND STAFF
The leadership team at Emmaus Anglican Church consists of ordained clergy and believers who guide our community in faith, answer questions, conduct services, and organize church events.
WOULD YOU LIKE PRAYER?
We would love to pray for you!
quoted from the Anglican Church in North America
To be an Anglican is not to embrace a distinct version of Christianity, but a distinct way of being a "Mere Christian"--at the same time evangelical, apostolic, catholic, reformed, and Spirit-filled.
Emmaus Anglican Church is a community of faith rooted in the love of God. We believe worship is not just found in prayer, it’s something expressed in everything we do. Our philosophy is deeply rooted in the Holy Scriptures, life’s only guidebook. Come and join us to experience God’s grace for yourself. There’s a special place for you at our welcoming San Francisco church.
To learn more about Anglicanism, go to www.anglicanchurch.net
To learn more about the Anglican Church in New England, go to www.adne.org