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Welcome to Immanuel
Immanuel Lutheran Church is a congregation of 530 members of all ages and backgrounds gathered to worship God, walk with one another in our faith journeys, and reach out to the community with compassion. We welcome people new to our faith community and invite them to share our ministry.
Our congregation has 125 year old roots in
the community, yet we seek to respond to
our constantly changing culture. From our worship services to our preschool, we are dedicated to spreading God's word and living lives to reflect God’s love for the world.
Join us at 9:30 AM for Sunday Service and 10:30 AM for Learning and Fellowship or join us for WOW (Worship on Wednesday) Service at 6 PM.
Our service unites ancient liturgical forms with traditional, modern, and global music. The message is timely but rooted in scripture. All are welcome at Communion which is celebrated at all services. Following Sunday worship, join us for fellowship and learning hour for all ages. Wednesday evening includes a meal at 5:30PM and worship at 6 PM, followed by learning hour (which includes Confirmation class).
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Saturday, January 31st
January 16, 2015
Dear Brothers and Sisters of the Northwest Synod of WI,
On January 13, 2015, President Arthur Peter Mutharika of Malawi declared a state of disaster for Malawi because of flooding. In addition to the flooding, the situation is more dire because the rains came late, and the survival of the crops is now in question as well. About 15 districts including: Karonga, Rumphi, Thyolo, Zomba, Machinga, Mangochi, Salima, Mulanje, Phalombe, Nsanje and Chikwawa have been affected by the heavy rains. As of now 48 Malawian lives have been lost, and 70, 000 are homeless.
Malawi needs more than $500, 000 to mitigate the impact, and to save lives.
Please be on the lookout for information on or response as a synod. In the meantime, please pray for the people of Malawi and Mozambique. If you are in a matched congregation or parish, begin your own fundraising projects now. I am thinking that we will begin with a designated Sunday to bring in special offering.
Above all, please pray for the people of Malawi and that the crops do survive and that a famine can be averted.
Thank You and God Bless,
Rev. John A. Sutherland
Assistant to the Bishop
Northwest Synod of Wisconsin