There are four P’s that outline our ministry priorities at Emmanuel, Philosophy, People, Program, and Place.
Our philosophy comes from the sufficient Word of God. ECS holds the same doctrinal statement as Emmanuel Baptist Church. The same doctrines that are proclaimed from EBC’s pulpit permeate the daily academics of the students at ECS.
Or next priority is our people. While our faculty and staff are very qualified for their positions, we are more concerned for their character than their credentials. Our teachers are born-again followers of Christ and are required to be active accountable members of Bible believing churches. They love God, teaching, and the students. They lead by example; they teach with competence, and they serve sacrificially.
Mrs. Tallman teaches English, speech, and communication courses at ECS and assists in our Fine Arts programs.
Mrs. Jamie Byrd teaches first year Sign Language (ASL) and serves ECS as our principle music teacher and Fine Arts Coordinator.
Not only is Miss Law a faculty member she is also a graduate of ECS who came back to serve on the faculty.
Mrs. Philips is our legendary Pre-K teacher. Her ministry to these children draws many into our Pre-K program. Education: Tabernacle Baptist Bible College Experience: Teaching at ECS since 1989
Mrs. Wiechers teaches 1st grade at ECS.
Mrs. Law teaches 2nd Grade at ECS. She is originally from Ohio. She has two grown children, both of whom graduated from ECS. She and her family serve in at Hopes Point Baptist Church in Weston, WV. Education: Fellowship Baptist College Experience: Has been teaching at ECS since 1999. Awards: 2016 ECS Teacher of the…
Mrs. Saab teaches 3rd grade at ECS.
Mrs. Heinrich has teaches 4th grade classes at ECS.
A West Virginia native who has a huge heart for ministry to children. Education: Fairmont State University Experience: 18 years of teaching experience before coming to ECS. Has been teaching at ECS since 2012. Awards & Certification: ACSI Certified, 2017 ECS Teacher of the Year