Emmanuel Church runs or hosts several community outreach projects including a choir, social responsibility group, Friends of Emmanuel, the Emmanuel Fellowship and a soup run.
Emmanuel is part of the Church of England and shares leadership with and works in partnership with St Paul's, Efford.
Are you new to the church or the area? Please do check out our New to Church page to get more information about what Church is all about.
Emmanuel is a Church of about 180 people from all walks of life and all ages. We are passionate about following Jesus Christ in our day-to-day lives. We believe God's message in the Bible remains a message packed with timeless truths for a 21st Century Plymouth. It sheds light on our world today and makes sense of the issues we face.
There are many ways for you and your family to get involved at Emmanuel Church. Take a look at our website's Families page to see all of the groups which are currently running, such as Toddler Tunes and Kings Kidz. In particular, during our 10.30am Sunday service, there are groups for the children with activities appropriate to their ages.
We have lots of groups to get involved with, whether you're new to the church, or been around for a while! Each group is friendly and welcoming and would love to get to know you. Take a look at the sidebar to see which group you'd like to explore further. Check our Get Involved website page to find groups like Craft and Chatter, Men's Breakfast and Houseparty.
Emmanuel Church has proved a popular wedding venue over the years as it provides a beautiful setting to make your big day special. The inside of the church is a romantic, traditional setting for photos; the grounds are idyllic for your group shots and if it rains, we have plenty of space inside the church to capture those special memories.
Our staff team will personalise a service around you. Check our Weddings website page.
Child Contact Centre
Emmanuel Church is also one of the two designated Child Contact Centres in Plymouth, where estranged parents (and grandparents) can meet their children in a safe and neutral space on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of month 2pm to 4pm. For more information, click on the National Association of Child Contact Centres link on this page.
- Everyone, regardless of age
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