Evening Service Canceled 12/8/13
Due to the wonderful winter weather, we want everyone to stay safely off the roads this evening and enjoy the snow. Let Nothing You Dismay: Short Services of Comfort & Joy will return next Sunday at 7 pm.
See our newest film about life at Emmanuel
Art with Us: The Gallery @EECBaltimore
Our next art show opens with a gala reception from 7-9pm on Friday, December 6th.
Beauty Bare, a solo exhibition of paintings and drawings by Jacintho Bloom. Jacintho say of her work:
Here, inner landscapes and objects transfigured by color and light are anatomized or seen through the lens of paint and ink. Objects of the imagination reveal “poetry as precise as geometry” or the intellect of beauty. Beneath “shapes of shifting lineage”, we encounter the unveiled source of metaphor and the poetry of color.
A visual storyteller, a reveler in dreams, and a miner of feelings, Jacintho creates the worlds beneath the surface of her intricate and obsessive mark making. A Baltimore artist, Jacintho Bloom earned a BFA in painting and printmaking from Maryland Institute, College of Art, and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Baltimore. Her work has been on display at the Narrows Center for Continued Education, the Whole Gallery, and Gallery CA. She has also taught at the University of Baltimore.
Our noontime concert series continues on December 11th with singer/songwriter Andrew McKnight. These noontime concerts are designed specifically for people who only have a brief window of time for lunch. The music lasts about 30 minutes and the food is ready and waiting for you right at the venue. Free Music. Free Food. Free Fun. The perfect midweek respite.
PARKING AT EMMANUEL is available in the PMI lot directly behind the church (enter the lot off Charles or Read Streets). On Sundays, visitors to Emmanuel may park in this lot for free until 1pm simply by displaying the Emmanuel Parking Pass (available in the entryway of the church) on their dash. Outside of Sunday mornings, the fees for this lot vary depending on day and time. Street parking, both metered and unmetered, is often available throughout the neighborhood, particularly on Sunday mornings.