Immanuel Lutheran Church & School School Visitor Information

Growing to  better serve our members & community
Taking care of God's creation
The Word of God has the power
Family fun at Immanuel's 2011 Easter egg hunt

Welcome to Immanuel Lutheran church and school's web pages. We are glad you came to visit. Immanuel's goal is to be the caring loving arms of Christ in the modern day world, serving Him and serving you and your family. We welcome you to come and fellowship with us!

Pianist Jim Hendricks in Concert - This Friday, December 2

Immanuel is hosting a Christmas Concert by Chicago pianist, Jim Hendricks, this Friday, December 2. The performance begins at 7 pm.

Mr. Hendricks is an accomplished pianist having performed with such greats as the Glenn Miller Orchestra and Della Reese. It will be a beautiful evening filled with music, humor and wit.

Click here: www.youtube.com/watch to hear a live performance Jim Hendricks did on ABC television.

All Concert and Speaker Series events are free and open to the public.

Thanksgiving Worship at Immanuel

Can Thanksgiving be complete without giving thanks to the Giver of all good gifts? Worship with your family either on Wednesday evening at 7 pm or on Thanksgiving Day at 9 am. That will put your Thanksgiving in the proper context and the correct focus. Have a great Thanksgiving!

 

74th Annual Pork Sausage Dinner

Immanuel Lutheran Church and School is hosting its 74th annual Pork Sausage Dinner this Sunday, November 6. Serving will be from 11 am to 6 pm. Drive through is available during those hours as well. Cost of the dinner is $10 for adults and $5 for children 6-12. Children 5 and under are free.

Proceeds from the dinner support ministries that include our every Sunday radio broadcast, as well as our youth ministries.

Immanuel's worship services on Pork Sausage Sunday are at 8 and 10:45 am. Brief tours of Immanuel's new sanctuary are also available throughout the day.

Luther Movie this Friday, October 23, 7 pm

A great movie will be shown this Friday evening from 7-9 pm in our Fellowship Hall. "Luther" was produced about a dozen years ago and remains a great dramatization of the life of the reformer. Third graders on up will get a lot out of this portrayal of our history.

You and your family are invited to join us. If you can, bring a dessert or snack to share. There will be popcorn and drinks provided starting by about 6:30. Hope to see you there.