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!

Vacation Bible School is Right Around the Corner!

VBS dates are drawing near! Mark you calendars for June 12-17. With this year being the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation, this year's VBS theme comes from Martin Luther's great hymn: "Mighty Fortress". It will be a great week.

You should preregister your children or grandchildren clicking the following link:     See you soon! Tell your friends!

Holy Week is Upon Us

This week was the culminating moment in all of history. On Palm Sunday Jesus rides into Jerusalem as a king. On Thursday He will give the Lord's Supper and be betrayed. On Friday He will die a horrific death. On Sunday He will rise from the dead. All of it for you.

Palm Sunday worship at 8 & 10:45 a.m.

Maundy Thursday worship at 6:15 p.m.

Good Friday worship at noon and 6:15 p.m.

Easter Sunday worship is at 6 a.m. at our cemetary and at 8 and 10:45 a.m. at our church.

You are welcome to join us.

Lenten Season in Full Swing

Wednesdays in Lent are times for reflection that leads to repentance. These Wednesdays lead to Holy Week and the culminating events in all of history.

Worship opportunities are each Wednesday at noon and at 6:15 pm for families.  The Lenten theme is following the 10 Commandments (in reverse order) each Wednesday. Easter Sunday will focus on the First Commandment.

There is a Lenten Dinner each Wednesday from 4:30 to 6 pm. This Wednesday's dinner, 3/29, is sub sandwiches with sides.

Immanuel Sponsoring New Luther Movie

Immanuel Lutheran is sponsoring the new Luther movie, "Martin Luther: The Idea that Changed the World" at Washington's theater, Cinema One Plus. The movie will show only once on Monday, March 20 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets must be purchased in advance online or in Immanuel's church office. The online link is:

Tickets are $10 which includes a $1 handling fee. A special feature is that after the movie, Rev. Dr. Erik Herrmann from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, will offer a 30 minute Q & A at the theater. Dr. Herrmann was an on site advisor to the documentary. We anticipate the movie to sell out.