ADULT BIBLE CLASSES - Sunday Mornings at 9:30 am
This other Sunday morning opportunity is a more traditional adult class where the setting is a smaller venue that aims more narrowly on Biblical education along with some time spent in prayer for expressed needs.  Little or no activities occur outside of Sunday morning.

A connecting place for Christ-centered fellowship that provides a forum for spiritual growth/ministry/service among participants.
The focus is that of building a community of believers where Biblical education and the building of relationships occur within the context of Christ-centered fellowship.  The gathering includes participatory teaching and connection activities that strengthen relationships.  Additionally, the developing of “community” expands beyond Sunday mornings to include group socials/activities, some lay pastoral care to and from group members during the week when such needs present themselves, and perhaps small groups which may form out of the EBF Group for mid-week study in a smaller intimate setting.
The EBF Group reflects an early church  like involvement within a community where the “one another's” of Scripture are lived out more extensively and where each individual is encouraged to discover and use his gifts to serve others.  We encourage newcomers to take the next step at Emmanuel Bible by visiting and hopefully getting involved in an EBF as they make Emmanuel Bible their church home.

JOYFUL SOUND - Specific Saturdays at 11:00 AM
To encourage those who are lonely or those who feel a need for fellowship, encouragement and prayer. We endeavor to  "Carry One Another's Burdens".

A time of sharing is held along with prayer request, a scripture lesson - sometimes with assignments.  There is usually a yearly "sing along" and occasionally short trips. There are a variety of different places we meet, among those are in a "Joyful Sound" attendee's home, leader's home, restaurants, etc. Rides are made when needed.

MEN'S MINISTRY - Men's Fellowship Every Tuesday at 5:30 AM
"Equipping”  men by helping them grow toward healthy relationships with Christ.