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!

Lent Begins this Wednesday

Ash Wednesday is this week. Services are Wednesday at noon and at 6:15 p.m. There is dinner served from 5-6 on Wednesday evening as well.  All is designed for families to meet at church, eat together, worship together and be home at a decent hour.

This Wednesday's Lenten dinner is a free will offering and enefits our Comfort Dog Ministry.

Steve Cohen and Apple of His Eye This Weekend

Steve Cohen from Apple of His Eye Ministries will be speaking in all services this weekend at Immanuel. Steve was born into a Jewish family. As a young adult He came to faith in Christ and recognized Him to be the promised Messiah of the Old Testament.  Steve will share some of his life story and speak about his ministry of outreach with the Gospel to Jewish people.

Only two Adult Bible Classes will meet this Sunday, Dr. Nafzger's class "This We Believe" will  meet in the Fellowship Hall and our guest, Steve Cohen, will also lead a class in the sanctuary.

The Immanuel Family Grows

Right before ILC's celebration of Christmas, Immanuel welcomed two dozen families into our family of faith. Included were four Baptisms of children and three Baptisms of adults.

Pastor Mark begins a new series of Adult Instruction Classes this Tuesday, January 13, at 7 p.m. These classes are for anyone interested in learning more about the Christian faith. It is also the avenue for being a formal part of the Immanuel family. You may contact the church office for more details.

Red Letter Jesus at Immanuel

Immanuel Lutheran's Concert and Speaker Series is proud to kick off the 2015 season with a unique and edifying evening entitled "Red Letter Jesus". Brad Sherrill's performance of the words of Jesus is a relevant, moving and memorable experience. Through the Word spoken, as well as illustrated with a powerful audio and visual presentation, this is not an evening to miss.

The performance is Friday, January 30, 7-8:30 p.m. in Immanuel Lutheran's sanctuary.  As with all events, this event is free and open to the public. Please invite your friends.  For a preview of the performance, click here.