Death and grief are difficult, intense, and complex. Emmanuel Apostolic desires to care for our church family during such times of loss. Planning for funeral or memorial services is one of those caring places. To make funeral arrangements, please contact Elder Earl Campbell at 954-983-2558.
Emmanuel Apostolic Church exists to declare and demonstrate the liberating power of the Gospel. Pastoral Care helps to accomplish that vision by caring for those God has brought to our church community. Life is full of joy and celebration, burden and struggle. As a church family we are committed to walking alongside you throughout your life, in every season. We do this in part; through prayer, visitation, pastoral counseling, baptism, deacon ministry, weddings, and funerals. Spiritual guidance and counsel for everyday issues is available. If you have individual needs, relational needs, or family needs, call the church office at 954-938-2558 or email us at for an appointment.
Home Bible Study
This group meets in homes or other convenient location, usually with a family with the aim of winning souls for Christ. The Home Bible Study is a powerful tool for spreading the gospel.
Given by divine inspiration and revelation, Elder Noel Facey has discovered that his affinity to the scripture (St. Matthew 26:18) where Jesus told His disciples to “find a man and tell him that supper will be at his house” could be used as a powerful evangelical tool to win souls for the kingdom. In 2008 Elder Noel Facey started the supper house ministry and has built up a proven record of growing the body of Christ at many different assemblies, one house/ family at a time.
Visitors Follow Up
The visitor follow-up ministry will call people who have visited the church’s services or special events to make them feel welcome, answer questions regarding the church ministries and invite them to return. These volunteers will represent Christ and the church and must conduct themselves in such a manner as to positively influence others
The mission’s coordinator will lead the effort to maintain a comprehensive missions program in the church and is responsible for exploring missions opportunities, keeping the church informed regarding potential and ongoing missions involvement and serving as a liaison between the church and missionaries
Our team of missionaries will gladly visit you for prayer and encouragement. Visits can be made in the hospital, any medical/assisted living facility, or at home. Please contact us if you or someone you know is in need of a pastoral visit.
Contact: Glenis @ Bennett or the church office | 954-983-2558
A deacon is responsible for ministering to the needs of church members and offering support to the pastor.
Food Distribution- This ministry distributes food to families once per week and as necessary.
Youth Empowerment Ministry
The youth department provides academic support at EAC by instructional methods, educational services/homework assistance to students in the effort to help them accelerate their learning progress, catch up with their peers, meet learning standards, or generally succeed in school. The Scholarship and Excel the department recognizes its graduates in a special church service each year from Elementary to the University level. A scholarship is also given to a high school student each year to assist with further studies. Youth development is a process that prepares a young person to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood and achieve his or her full potential. Youth development is promoted through activities and experiences that help youth develop social, ethical, emotional, physical, and cognitive competencies.
Mentoring & Shape Program
SHAPE is a mentoring program spearheaded by the youth department. Its mission is to empower individuals to make positive life choices and to find their God given purpose, which will enable them to develop their full potential. For further information please contact Noel Facey, Program’s Coordinator at
Tutoring if you are struggling in academics, please contact Bro Steven
The Youth Choir consists of young people ages 12-25 years old. They sing a more contemporary style of gospel music. The Youth Choir participates in performances as scheduled and is the sitting every of 1st Sunday of each month.
Here at Emmanuel we challenge our youth to strive to be excellent in every area of their lives. We encourage them to commit to live a life that glorifies God. We provide programs that promote spiritual growth through Bible teaching, fellowship, discipleship, evangelism, recreation and socials. The youth meet every Friday night at 7:30PM.