Immanuel Lutheran School children will be hosting a Veterans' Day program this Friday at 1 pm. There will be a reception at 1 and the program at 1:30. The program is entitled "The Cost of Freedom". All veterans and their families are welcome and encouraged to attend.
This Sunday, November 1, is Immanuel's annual Pork Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner. Serving is from 11 am to 6 pm. Dinners are $10 for adults and $5 for children six to twelve years old. Children five and under are free. Carryouts and drive through are available for $10.
All Immanuel families are urged to serve. It takes hundreds of volunteers to make this annual event a success. Each family is also encouraged to bring two home made pies for our guests.
Worship services are at 8 and 10:45 am. Saturday service this weekend is at 4 pm to allow worshippers to be home before trick or treaters arrive.
This Friday Immanuel will have the privilege of seeing and hearing a unique concert as part of Immanuel's Concert and Speaker Series. Kristine Stout is an accomplished handbell player. What is unique is that she plays the 37 bells all by herself. The concert will be filled with joy and grace in a very unique way.
There are two concerts on Friday. At 2 pm Kristine will play for our children and the children of our community. At 7 pm a concert for our entire community will take place.
The final event in the 2015 series is a Christimas Concert by the ECC choirs on Friday, December 4.
As always, events in Immanuel's Concert and Speaker Series are free and open to the public.
The Fall brings with it our annual Apple Butter Cook. We need many volunteers to make this a success. We get those volunteers every year. Peeling begins on Thursday, September 24 at 7 am and goes all day. There is also a peeling session on Thursday night starting at 6 pm. Stirring the apple butter happens all day on Friday and Saturday. If you did not sign up, you are still welcome to come and join in the fun and fellowship and help ILS along the way. Thanks for your service!