AUGUST 9, 2020: In light of today's weather, the worship gatherings will be held indoors at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. The gather location is the same: 3500 N. Prather Rd., KCMO. Masks are required and social distancing will be encouraged.
Until further notice, Emmaus will gather outdoors each Sunday for one service at 9am at 3500 N. Prather Rd, Kansas City, MO. (Thank you to Faith Community Church for allowing us to use their former space).
August/September Service Times - 9:00am ONLY outdoors (bring your own chair/blanket, water, and bug spray) We are meeting outdoors, under shade trees, all together due to growing attendance in our gatherings. A contingency plan for 3 indoor services will be announced in the case of rain.
Sermons will continue to be available on Sundays mornings online for those unable to attend. They will be live streamed starting around 9:20am (part-way into the first service) on Facebook and YouTube. Afterwards, the audio will be available on Apple Podcasts and the sermons page of our website.
Due to Covid-19 safety recommendations, we are not offering Emmaus Kids on Sunday mornings. Every Sunday is Family Sunday right now! Bring your kids with you! Bring them a snack and an activity. We are used to kids being in our services. They won't disrupt our pastors. We will even take a moment in our sermons to help our kids get the Big Idea.
Click here to give to the Emmaus Covid-19 Relief Fund to aid the members and community of Emmaus impacted by Covid-19. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be considered as a recipient for those funds.
At Emmaus Church we have no gimmicks to offer you, only the gospel. The gospel is the news that Jesus lived a perfect life without stain or trace of sin and died a death he didn't deserve so that we may have life we don't deserve. We believe that as we cherish the gospel in every area of our lives we will treasure Jesus more and more. So, without apology, we offer nothing but the gospel.
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