Every year in January we mark the chartering of Emmanuel Presbyterian Church of Bothell.  2018 is our 54th anniversary.  Observing this anniversary offers us an opportunity to think about our identity and purpose as a congregation.  During January the sermons will be dedicated to this work.  Using Hebrews 10:19-25 and other selected texts as a foundation, we’ll be unpacking the implications of our mission statement which declares our intention to be a congregation that lives in and reflects the hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, provides a hospitable refuge for both those who worship here and those who are our neighbors, and reaches out in the love of Christ to our world through acts of service to others.   

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01/07/2018 | Hope—Holding fast to the confession of our hope
Hebrews 10:23, Romans 5:1-5

01/14/2018 | Refuge—Confidence to enter the sanctuary
Hebrews 10:19, Psalm 84
Heidi Greider, preaching

01/21/2018 | Service—Provoking one another to love and good works
Hebrews 10:24, Luke 10:25-37

01/28/2018 | Ecclesia—Not neglecting to meet together
Hebrews 10:25, 1 Peter 2:1-10

02/04/2018 | Rediscovering Who We Are with the Incarcerated
Matthew 16:18
Chris Hoke, Underground Ministries

02/11/2018 | Sharing Hope at Campbell Farm
Carmen Pimms, Director of Campbell Farm in Wapato, WA