In unsettling times rumors often abound. Here is truthful information: A handful of people connected to Immanuel Anglican Church have tested positive for COVID-19. They exhibited symptoms the first week of March and immediately went into isolation. They have consistently sought and received medical care and are undergoing treatment. Praise the Lord, none of these individuals have passed away. We take this very seriously and as a result, Immanuel Church has closed all public services and corporate gatherings. We are abiding by the CDC and President Trump's recommendations.
We invite you to experience Daily Prayers at Noon and Sunday Worship at 9:00 currently Livestreamed above and on Facebook HERE.
SUNDAY VIRTUAL WORSHIP --
Worship Together through Livestreaming at 9:00am Sundays
VIRTUAL DAILY PRAYERS
Monday-Saturday : 12:00Noon by Livestream
HOLY WEEK 2020
MAUNDY THURSDAY FOOT-WASHING SERVICE
Thursday, April 9 : 6:00pm by Livestream
GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE
Friday, April 10 : 6:00pm by Livestream
HOLY SATURDAY SERVICE
Saturday, April 11 : 12:00Noon by Livestream
EASTER SUNDAY RESURRECTION WORSHIP
Sunday, April 12 : 9:00am by Livestream
63rd Annual BLESSING of the FLEET
Thursday, May 21, 2020 ~ beginning at 4:00pm
Boat Blessings only (Captains' Service & Fish Fry has been cancelled)
Behind Brotula's Restaurant on Destin Harbor
Click HERE for more details
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS -- POSTPONED
6:00pm ~ The Gospel Project for Kids and Fellowship/Teaching for Adults.
THURSDAY MORNING GROUP -- POSTPONED
11:00am in the church Library. Studying "The Names of God".
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Immanuel is located at 250 Indian Bayou Trail, Destin, Florida 32541
Immanuel seeks to glorify God by:
Blessing people with Gospel ministries that they may Believe in Jesus as Lord and Savior and join us in Building His Kingdom.
Immanuel Anglican Church is affiliated with the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), and Anglican Society of Mission & Apostolic Works. We support the AMiA's mission to raise up, release and support three-stream Anglican leaders, planters and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in the United States. To learn more visit theamia.org