Our Location

Emanuel Lutheran Church is located at 60 Church Street in Manchester, Connecticut. We are AIR CONDITIONED and HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE. 

There are three parking lots available. The largest lot is to the right side of the church. This lot has handicap parking and is most accessible to our interior lift to gain access into the sanctuary. In addition to our lift, we have an accessible ramp that leads into our office spaces on the main level and the sanctuary. 

The second lot is located across the street from the property and the third, 

and smallest lot is located behind the Parish House, to the left of the church building. Additional street parking is available.

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To view a virtual tour of our building through GOOGLE, please click HERE.


Emanuel offers two weekly worship services in the main Sanctuary from September - December and March - May and a single worship service at 10 AM in January & February,  and June - August.


This service is Emanuel's traditional service. This service provides an opportunity to uphold the wonderful tradition of Lutheran Church that has been handed down for generations. The primary book for worship is Evangelical Lutheran Worship (ELW), and we include hymns from not only Lutheran traditions, but from many different denominations. The service is primarily led from the organ, which provides wonderful anthem accompaniments, and voluntaries composed by many great composers such as J.S. Bach, Dietrich Buxtehude, and Felix Mendelssohn. Anthem Choir presents great choral works to enrich your worship experience, and liturgy we use are familiar for many Lutherans. 


This service is Emanuel's contemporary service. At Emanuel this includes a mix of ethnic, jazz, blues, gospel, rock, and praise music. Music is led by the New Day Singers, a group of instrumentalists and vocalists. A typical week might include piano, guitars and bass, percussion, a solo instrument, keyboard, and vocalists. We use a multitude of sources for hymns and liturgical music, much of which is printed in the weekly worship bulletin.