Cultivating Faith: A Parenting Seminar

Come learn about guiding your children through a culture
that tells them they aren't enough. Led by Heather Ingersoll, PhD and sponsored by North Creek Presbyterian, Lake Forest Park Presbyterian, Calvin Presbyterian, Mercer Island Presbyterian and Emmanuel Presbyterian. 

Open to parents with children of any age. Childcare provided if you register by March 4th, for children up to 5th grade. Click here to register.

Contact Heidi Greider at with any questions.


EPC Youth (6th to 12th Grade) Movie Night

What’s better than an adventure movie with friends, fun food like pizza, popcorn and red vines?  When it only costs $4 a person and you can invite as many friends as you’d like!  Come and meet Maya (our new intern) on March 2nd from 7-9pm at Emmanuel and let me know by 4 pm if you’re coming so that we can have enough pizza (an email to would work best). Afterwards we can talk about other events that we’d like to schedule so come with your ideas, your appetite and your friends. 

Welcome Our Youth and Children's Intern - Maya Schlosser-Hall!

What happens when a gifted and enthusiastic senior in high school starts volunteering and making a
difference in the lives of our children? And when she's headed off to college in the fall to become a
teacher? She is a natural choice to become our first intern! If you haven't met Maya yet, you'll have
opportunities to do so in the near future. We'll be introducing her to the congregation in worship on
February 25th and she'll be involved in all things involving our children and youth. Already, she partners
with her sister, Hannah, to teach the preschool class once a month and she's begun caring for the little
ones in the nursery. We'll be offering youth gatherings starting with movie night at the church on March
2nd. Maya is creative, energetic, outgoing and we've already begun planning and dreaming for this
summer's VBS which is scheduled for August 7th-10th. I'm delighted to have Maya to encourage and
partner with in the adventure of ministering to children and youth. She is a joy to work with - you
should get to know her and see what I mean. With gratitude for this opportunity, Heidi Greider

Emmanuel Presbyterian Farm is Almost Here!

We hope to break ground on our community garden in mid to late March.  There will likely be at least two opportunities for the church family to come together to build and fill raised beds, and install a critter-proof fence, so grab your wellies and a shovel!  Details will follow soon. To read Lori Mercer's entire article about the garden, please visit the garden page here.