COVID-19 Update

Our Church services have been moved to a online experience only until further notice, Click one of the links below to view that campuses online experience.
Salisbury Campus - Sundays at 9am, 11am, 1pm
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Fruitland Campus - Sundays at 10:30am
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Crisfield Campus - Sundays at 11am
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May 27th 2020 at 4:00pm EST - Reopening Emmanuel Update

Are we opening back up? YES! We are!

Will things look the same as they used to? No, they won't.

Check out how we will keep you safe as we join together to worship:

Masks need to be worn at all times
Hand sanitizer stations around campus
Temperatures will be checked at entry
Campus restrooms cleaned after each use
Two persons per restroom at a time
Worship (singing) must be with masks on
Orderly dismissal by sections of sanctuary
Foyer areas closed
Sanctuary cleaned in between services
Cafe and Family ministries closed (nursery, kids, & youth)
All CDC recommendations need to be adhered to for proper social distancing
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May 15th 2020 at 12:37pm EST - Reopening Emmanuel
April 15th 2020 at 10:04am EST - Help Our Heroes

As we continue the fight against COVID-19, Emmanuel has partnered with Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) to provide the proper medical supplies needed to best protect our healthcare heroes.

Emmanuel Church will be hosting 3 drop-off locations for personal protective equipment (PPE) donations that will support local hospitals and local first responders. Listed below are the 3 drop-off locations with corresponding drop-off times:

>> Emmanuel Salisbury Campus: Tuesday, April 21st through Friday, April 24th from 9am to 5pm

>> Emmanuel Fruitland Campus: Tuesday, April 21st and Thursday, April 23rd from 9am to 5pm

>> Emmanuel Crisfield Campus: Tuesday, April 21st and Thursday, April 23rd from 9am to 5pm

Those who wish to donate items should have the items in their trunk when they arrive to either donation drop-off location. Please be sure to remain in your car upon arrival to the drop-off location. Open your trunk when directed and a volunteer will remove the donated items for you. A second volunteer will collect your name and information so that you may be properly thanked for your donation.

Supplies being requested include:

Unused face and surgical masks, especially N95 masks
Eye protectors (safety goggles, safety glasses, clear face shields, etc.)
Surgical and medical gloves
Medical garb (suits, scrubs, and isolation gowns)
Cleaning and sanitizer solutions (i.e. alcohol wipes/pads, bleach wipes, sanitizing wipes, etc.)
Hand sanitizer, including hand sanitizer bottles, pumps, and spray bottles
Brown paper bags and lunch bags
Alternative respirators that OSHA has permitted the use of in healthcare settings during this historic pandemic

Those who wish to volunteer at any drop-off location should contact Maggie Moore at to be placed on a volunteer sign-up sheet. There will be 2 volunteers per 3 or 4-hour time block. All individuals volunteering are advised to practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet apart. Anyone who is feeling sick should not come to the donation sites, as to be respectful to others volunteering their time and donating items.

For more information please visit and

Please call the church office at 410-749-6594 with any questions.

If you are unable to make it to either of the donation sites but would like to learn other ways to donate, visit

Monetary donations can be made online at

Lastly, please help promote this community drive by sharing the attached graphic on your social media pages. The more this is shared, the more successful we will be in providing for our local healthcare professionals and first responders.

Emmanuel Church Staff

March 23rd 2020 at 4:09pm EST - Office Hours and Food Assistance

Our office hours have changed due to the recent guidelines set in place by our state and nation. Our office phone will continue to operate on normal office hours. If you have any prayer requests, please email them to

Because we are part of the Maryland Food Bank Emergency Food Distribution Program, we will continue to be open to provide food assistance. If you are or someone you know is in need of food assistance, please contact Maggie Moore at 443-333-9231 or

Emmanuel Church Staff

March 23rd 2020 at 2:31pm EST - Small Groups and Core Classes

Small Groups & CORE Classes are postponed until further notice. Please continue to visit this page for any future updates.

Emmanuel Church Staff

March 16th 2020 at 2:47pm EST - Small Groups and Core Classes

Small Groups & CORE Classes are postponed this week (March 16th - 22nd). We will keep you updated as we go along. We've been hard at work creating some things for you, so stay tuned!

Emmanuel Church Staff

March 12th 2020 at 8:46pm EST - Online Only Services

As many of you know, Governor Hogan has declared a State of Emergency for our state due to the Coronavirus. Part of that declaration includes no public gatherings of 250 persons or more, which includes our church campuses. We are moving our worship experiences from our campuses to an online experience. God has given us an incredible blessing of having online streaming experiences available to you no matter where you are at. You can expect Emmanuel worship, word, and a powerful climate where we can praise God and encounter Him together online!

I am reminded of the words of Paul, in Philippians 4:16, when he says that we should not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present our requests to God.

Please be sure to join us online Sunday morning as we launch our new series, “The Bridge!” at the following times.
Salisbury Campus: 9am & 11am -
Fruitland Campus: 10:30am -

In His Love,

Mark Bunting
Lead Pastor
Emmanuel Church