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"The Calling of St. Matthew" + Caravaggio, 1600 A.D.

Our next Sabbath service of worship is Saturday, September 21 at 4 p.m. at the Fusion Center at 30 Tyler Prentice Road. Contact us if you need more details. And in the meantime, here are some helpful links that can provide more of an introduction to Emmaus City: Why We Gather for Jesus with OthersWhy We Scatter with Jesus for Others; and Why We Enjoy Life with Jesus in the City.

Connect with Emmaus City Church during a Service of Worship | Mass (check out why we love to still call it a mass) 


International Justice Mission Freedom Weekend Mass, Saturday, September 21, 4-5:15 p.m. @ the Fusion Center, 30 Tyler Prentice Rd. featuring welcome, Lord's Prayer, homily on Matthew 9:27-38Eucharist, and songs including All the Poor and PowerlessHeal UsBreak Every Chain | Fill Me Up Medley, Surrounded (Fight My Battles), and The Kingdom Is Yours 

Gospel of Matthew Series Mass, Saturday, September 28, 4-5:15 p.m. @ the Fusion Center, 30 Tyler Prentice Rd. featuring welcome, Lord's Prayer, homily on Matthew 9:37-10:16Eucharist, and songs including Let Justice RollEstablish the Work of Our HandsYour SpiritWhat a Beautiful Name, and Build Your Kingdom Here

Connect with Emmaus City Church Pastor


Want to talk about Jesus, but aren't ready to do so with a church yet? Don't hesitate; just drop Pastor Mike a line and he'll quickly get back to you to set up a meeting at local cafe or pub. Pastor Mike enjoys office hours throughout the second half of week in Worcester at these locations:


Wednesdays | 
BirchTree Bread Co. at 138 Green St. from 9 a.m.  4:30 p.m.
Thursdays | Office Hours, Contact us for more details
Fridays Nu Cafe at 335 Chandler St. from 9 a.m. 
  4:30 p.m.

And whether you are someone who prays often or very rarely, we invite you to consider praying daily prayers to begin to understand what it can be like to share your life with God and watch to see how He moves.

"To you, my fellow traveler, may God explode your heart with gratefulness for salvation, with anger over injustice, with love for the loveless, with selfless hours of service, with words that bring hope, and homes that bring warmth. May Christ be in the food you serve; may He interrupt your schedule with moments that change the destiny of families; may His purposes become your purposes; and may the things that break His heart break yours. May He supply to you all that is needed to live large in the Kingdom that is now and yet to come.” + Hugh Halter, author of The Tangible Kingdom Primer

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