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On Sunday, Nov. 24, folks look to assemble around the corner and just up the hill at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Bristol, Virginia, when the second planned ecumenical service branded as Bristol Together convenes. Christians, regardless of denomination, look to bond much as a handful of pastors did on Friday at Blackbird — in solidarity as humans and as people of the Christian faith.

Wyatt Kimbell McLaughlin, month old infant son of Jeremy Michael and Ashley Jo McLaughlin, passed away on Thursday, October 24, 2019, at The U…

Wyatt Kimbell McLaughlin, month old infant son of Jeremy Michael and Ashley Jo McLaughlin, passed away on Thursday, October 24, 2019, at The U…

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BRISTOL, Va. — Emmanuel Episcopal Church, located in the heart of Bristol at 700 Cumberland St., invites the community and area visitors to enjoy its annual Community Christmas Dinner. 

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The Rev. George S. Bunn, III, age 85, of Bristol, Tenn., passed away on Saturday, April 21, 2018, at his residence. He was born in Pulaski, Vi…

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BRISTOL, Va. — Over the decades, nearly 14,000 people have enjoyed Christmas dinner with all the trimmings at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Bristol, Virginia. Organizers hope to add at least 300 to that list this year, said Christmas dinner Co-Chairwoman Sharon Kiser.

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BRISTOL, Va. — More than two dozen believers filled the small chapel at Emmanuel Episcopal Church on Cumberland Street in Bristol, Virginia, for Ash Wednesday, beginning the 40-day season of Lent.

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BRISTOL, Va. – It’s dinnertime on Christmas Day and Loretta Trayer is on gravy duty. Trayer is in the bustling kitchen of Emmanuel Episcopal Church with a handful of other volunteers. They’re busy preparing enough food to provide a warm meal to the hundreds of people who will stop by for conversation and holiday cheer.

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Dec. 25 has become a day of worldwide renown recognized as the day when much of the population celebrates the Christmas holiday. Rev. Joe Dunagan of Emmanuel Episcopal Church said this is not really the way things used to be. Traditionally Christmas was a season, according to Dunagan with the celebration starting Dec. 25 and lasting until Jan. 6.

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Mary Louise Altree Day, was born in Chicago, Ill. to parents, Leroy and Virginia Choate, died Friday, June 17, 2016, at Wellmont Hospice House…

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