Each year, the members of our congregation work together to create a booklet full of daily readings and reflections for the season of Lent. This year's devotion is full of faith and joy and hope, and we invite you to read and pray along with us.
Click below to download a copy!
Welcome to Immanuel
We're glad you found us! Life is busy, and it can be hard to find time to connect with the things that matter most. That’s what our faith community is about: helping people connect with God, with one another, and with ways of expressing faith in daily life. We’ve experienced God’s unconditional love in Jesus, and that love unites us and gives us purpose. Our community is a place to celebrate, question, learn, grow, doubt, serve, and simply live life with other people. Whether you’re looking for a place to belong or just passing through, you’re welcome at Immanuel just as you are.
Pastor Sarah Barnes & Pastor Josh Ferris
Our mission at Immanuel is to Gather People, Nurture Faith, Grow in God's Love, and Serve God's World.
Whatever your gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation, you are one of God's children and you are welcome here. Whether you struggle with addiction to drugs, alcohol, or other substances, you are one of God's children and you are welcome here. Whatever your physical ability, mental health, socioeconomic status, faith tradition, race, ethnicity, or country of origin, you are one of God's children and you are welcome here. Whoever you are, we invite you to visit us and see who we are and who we can be together.
Through Christ we have a shared unity and purpose that transcends all boundaries of class or division and makes us one. 'So we, who are many, are one body, and individually we are members one of another.' (Romans 12:5)
Approved and adopted by Immanuel Lutheran Church at their 2020 Annual Meeting.