Emanuel Ringers

The Emanuel Ringers is part of the music ministry from Emanuel Lutheran Church in Pleasantville, New York. This handbell group is comprised of ringers ranging from 8 and up. We ring on 5 octaves of Schulmerich handbells and 7 octaves of Malmark handchimes. We welcome all who want to learn how to ring, you do not have to be a member of the church to participate. Contact Eiko at emanuelringers@gmail.com for more information about our Music Ministry at Emanuel

Thursday, December 31, 2009

December 24th Christmas Eve ERI and Alumni

Thank you to all the alumni who came and rang with the current ERI's and played Betty Garee's Stille Nacht.We started a new tradition of playing Kevin McChesney's Sing We Now of Christmas as the postlude. There were also many alumni who were at the service thought they did not ring. It was great to see all of you.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

ER 2 & ER 3 Play at the Children's Service

Christmas Eve Service

Can you spot the bell ringers?

The Shepherds

The Stars

The Innkeepers Wife

The Wise Men

The Barn Animals

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Joint Benefit Concert... success despite of snow storm

The Benefit concert with the Emanuel Ringers and Katonah Celebration Ringers was a huge success.

The free will offering for the Invisible Children Organization, www.invisiblechildren.com came to $1486. Thank you to our audience for your offerings and for digging yourselves out from the snow storm to come and enjoy the concert.

Monday, December 7, 2009



Sunday, December 20th

4:00 pm

Emanuel Lutheran Church

197 Manville road Pleasantville, NY 10570

The Emanuel Ringers

and Katonah Celebration Ringers

will give a benefit concert to raise funds for the

Invisible Children Organization.

The Invisible Children is an organization that is raising awareness of the horrific acts occurring in Uganda, a country in Eastern Africa. The children are being taken from their homes and forced to fight in a rebel army in the Ugandan wilderness, war that is the longest running war in Africa. These children are taken as young as 6 years old and experience awful acts of hate and violence. This army raids villages and kills many innocent people throughout the country. No child should be forced to commit or watch these acts of horror.