Use your gifts to assist with church programs and worship. Opportunities to serve the people of Immanuel are abundant.
The Fellowship Team
The Fellowship Team hosts the Sunday morning coffee hour, receptions, and parish social events. Through these activities, individuals develop closer relationships within our church family.
Youth and Children’s Ministry
Working with children is a calling and a passion. At Immanuel, we want to help parents raise godly children through solid Biblical lessons that children can apply to their day to day lives. All volunteers with our Children and Youth must have a background check and be trained in Immanuel’s Ministry Safe policy. If you would like to work with our children, contact the church office for assistance. Click below for more information about specific programs.
Care and Nurture
Team members serve our church family in their time of need. They lovingly offer their help through prayer support, meals, cards and hospital or home visitation. We are always looking to expand team membership, as we seek for individuals to manage various categories of assistance as noted above.
Healing Prayer Ministry
This teams Comprised within the Ministry of Healing at Immanuel Anglican Church, are the Sunday AM Prayer Team and the Healing Ministry Team.
Currently, despite regular joint meetings together for prayer, sharing, and growth in our Biblical understanding of prayer and the healing gifts of Jesus; involvement in the Sunday AM Prayer Team doesn’t require dual participation in the healing ministry. If you pray with confidence in Christ’s desire and ability to answer prayer (1 John 5:14-15), please let Margaret Mann (703-497-2047) or Carolyn Culbreth (703-590-3967) know of your desire to become part of the Sunday a.m. Prayer Team to pray with those in need during the church service. If you have a need, then please, don’t be shy; avail yourself of the Prayer Teams who gather at the back of the church during Holy Communion on Sunday mornings!
We encourage your interest in the Ministry of Healing and hope you will actively pursue His gifts in your life. If you are willing to host a meeting of our teams; or even a service of healing, in your home or community center, please let Margaret Mann (703-497-2047) or Carolyn Culbreth (703-590-3967) know.
This is a great time for new people to join this important ministry! A lot of work goes into turning a cafeteria (at Beville) into a worship space. But it is a blessing to be able to serve God and our church in this way. If you’d like to join in contact the church office! People are needed to help as part of the set-up and take-down crews. Opportunities for lay participation in the services include Lay Eucharistic Ministers, Readers, Acolytes, Ushers and Greeters, Altar Guild, Choir, and Home Communion Ministers. All of these positions come together to lead and enrich our experiences in worshiping the Lord.