Marking an unprecedented nine-year season of growth and fundraising at Emmanuel College, President Michael Stewart says he will be moving on to other ministry opportunities at the end of this summer.
As we celebrate our 95th year at Emmanuel College, we would like to share with you what students, professors and alumni are saying about how they have been blessed by the good things God continues to do here.
Click here to watch our videos. You will see our Christ-centered mission remains the same even through all the growth and improvements over the years.
To honor the 95 years God has blessed Emmanuel since her humble beginning in 1919, we also want to invite you to partner with us! We are working hard to raise $2 million in the next 95 days (ends June, 30, 2014). This campaign serves to strengthen Emmanuel's current position and prepare her for the next level of growth and expansion.
Please consider partnering with us today:
To give online, click here then select "Gift to - 95 Years Advancement Campaign."
If mailing a check, please footnote it as 95 Years Advancement Campaign and mail to Emmanuel College - 95 Years, P.O. Box 129, Franklin Springs, GA 30639.
If you have any questions or need assistance with additional types of giving, please contact Brian James, vice president of development, at 706-498-0210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for your support of our mission and your partnership. May you be richly blessed!
Emmanuel Arts Academy offers its eighth Fine Arts Summer Camp for ages 8-14 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily on the campus of Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Ga. This year’s theme is “Awesome in this Place.”
The camp provides professional instruction in music (piano, guitar, voice and band), musical theatre, drama, art (drawing & printmaking), creative writing, dance, and photography.
Emmanuel College’s Commencement Ceremony is Saturday, May 10, at 10:30 a.m. in the John W. Swails Center Auditorium as approximately 150 graduates transition from college classes to career choices.
Montage by Moonlight
6 p.m. Tuesday, April 22
This CAP event will honor selected students and includes a cake reception, student readings and the distribution of EC’s literary magazine.
The Emmanuel College Men’s Basketball Team wrapped up their impressive 33-4 season, which included a 21-game winning streak, and finish as second in the nation as they fell 70-65 to Vanguard University (Calif.) in the championship game last night at the 2014 Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament in Kansas City, Mo.
This was Emmanuel’s first appearance in the championship game in its fourth all-time appearance in the NAIA tournament.