Special Projects... HELP NEEDED

The Board of Stewardship/Mission Outreach is in need of more volunteers interested in joining our efforts in this important work.

Counters are needed to help count each Sunday's offering. It normally takes no more than one hour at the most to do so.   If interested, please notify Arlys in the office or Gordon.

Help in the kitchen:  I want to extend an invitation to anyone to become involved in the work of our kitchen here at Immanuel.  All hands are welcome.  We maintain a list of members who graciously provide food when needed.  If you are able to volunteer to help with providing food for our fellowship, and would like to be added to the call list, please contact Phyllis, Fellowship Director, to be added to the list.  Many hands doing God's work make  the work easier!

​Education Board - Chris is working with the high school group and would love to have a second person to come along as a team teacher. Also, we are wanting to start a nursery age group, and so we are looking for a teacher for the "little" class.  We'd had an individual lined up, but that is not going to be possible.  So we ask that you prayerfully consider your talents in this matter.

Serving on a Board

Lay Ministry challenges you to get involved in the life of our congregation. There's a place for you to share your God given gifts here at Immanuel. Below are some of the programs you get involved with fellowship or can help with. God's watching and were waiting to welcome you! ​         


One project we need more people to get involved is Family Promise - Every member of ILC is encouraged to be involved in some way. Of course we always need the food. You can also come to serve or see what it's all about. Remember that when we keep our promise for these families, we are meeting our stated purpose to Serve the Community - what a special way to share our blessings!

   As always, we ask that anyone who is able would consider the possibility of being a substitute teacher



  • 2017 will mark the 500th year of the Reformation. Lay Ministry is looking ahead to make it memorable for our congregation. The Reformation is a huge historical event in the life of the Christian church. It changed the church forever and we have Brother Martin Luther (and our Heavenly Father) to thank for it all. Join us as we prayerfully plan events to commemorate this exciting event.

    programs include
  • Adult choir
  • Bell choir, aka "The Ding-a-Lings"


programs include
  • Old Hwy FM 440 cleanup
  • Mowing Team
  • Property Team

More Opportunities to get involved at Immanuel

Bible Study – Children and Adults, 9:15 - 10:15 am each Sunday.

Small Group StudiesThis is such an exciting opportunity for small groups to get together and study different aspects of the Lutheran faith as well as different areas of the Bible. See our weekly bulletin for active groups.

Confirmation  -  each Sunday, 9:15 am 

The Seekers   Women's Bible Study Group

The Page Turners Reading Group  We meet the third Wednesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. in the library and all are welcome whether you read the monthly selection or not. We usually have a lively discussion on other books that the group has enjoyed and recommends. Please come and join us.

The Morning Glories Writing.   LAUGH, TALK OR BREATHE    (Morning Glories)   Join us in the library on the third Thursday of the month at 9:15 am until 11:30 am.  (Bring your funny bone) 

Women of the ELCA  Our monthly breakfast meet Saturdays at 9:30 am.

Retirees/Friends Lunch  will have their monthly covered dish lunch on the third Wednesday of the month beginning at 12 noon.  Bring your favorite dish to share.  Games will be available or just come to have lunch together and visit with each other.  Remember, you don’t need to be retired to attend, just bring a dish or if you forget, come anyway.

Adult Supper Club