Traditional Services

Sundays at 9 am

Communion is the first, third, and fifth Sundays


Contemporary Service

Saturdays at 5pm

Communion is the first, third, and fifth Saturdays


Outdoor  Service

Fourth Sunday 9:00 a.m. from Memorial Weekend to Labor Day Weekend


Monday Night  Service

Fourth Monday June-August


God's Kids Club & Bible Class

Sundays 10:15am-11:15am

For ages 3 years to adult


Our Faith & Beliefs

Immanuel is a member of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. Learn more about our beliefs


Library Information and Link

The Immanuel library now has an online database that you can easily explore and search from your computer or mobile device!  This will allow you to look for books on a particular subject or by a certain author and then see where that book is shelved in the library.  We also have DVD’s and CD’s in addition to well over 600 adult books.  (Children’s items are still in process of being added to the database.) The library is available for exploring and checkout of items before and after church services as well as during regular church office hours. Click on the link to access the site.


Read The Bible In One Year

Daily Bible readings to read the Bible in one year based on ancient models that correspond with the liturgical church year.

Full Year of Readings


Contact us/Send a note or request


Current Items Newsletter

May Calendar





 Hurricane "Harvey" Relief Help:

1.  Go to the website of our Lutheran Church Missouri Synod at:

You may also send your monetary donation via mail to: Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, Hurricane Harvey, 1333 S. Kirkwood Road,

St. Louis, MO 63122-7226


2. The Northern Illinois District Office has received inquiries on how congregations can respond to God's people suffering from the devastation of hurricane Harvey and become His eyes, arms, and feet to bring help. Through our human care ministry partner, Lutheran Church Charities, we can show mercy and compassion to those affected.


Lutheran Church Charities President/CEO Tim Hetzner is in contact with LCC contacts in Texas, including Rev. Steve Misch, DR Coordinator, retired DR Coordinator, Dr. Lou Jander, LCMS DR Response and official FEMA and county reports regarding damages, and will be leaving as soon as possible to see the devastation first hand and determine the areas of greatest need for storm clean-up and financial aid for families    impacted the most.

 Visit for complete information on hurricane Harvey disaster response

 How You Can Help - 100% of your donation through Lutheran Church Charities goes to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey

There are multiple opportunities for congregations, schools, and individuals to help:

• Donations to individuals in need: Working through area churches, district office, and church workers, LCC will be distributing donations to individuals in need. Donations in the form of money and gift cards can be made through the Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Fund.

• Care Cards: Lutheran Church Charities will personally deliver Care Cards cards unopened to churches in the disaster areas for their members and staff to personally hand out to families and individuals who are in need.


• Donations to Lutheran RV'ers - CarePartners in Disasters: Dr. Lou Jander is a fellow Disaster Response Director for the Texas District and fellow Ministry Colleague of Tim Hetzner. Dr. Jander and his wife Martha will be going to South Texas to do CarePartner Ministry following the arrival of Hurricane Harvey. They will be giving out resources, words of hope and comfort, prayers, encouragement, and assistance as survivors seek to deal with the aftermath of a major disaster.

• Support the LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Travel Expenses: LCC K-9 Ministry teams in Texas will deploy as invited to the impacted areas, bringing comfort to devastated individuals coping with this tragic event and the first responders who are helping them

• Volunteer to help: You can register if you are LERT or CERT Credentialed

• Pray

Thank you for your willingness to be the hands and feet and voice of Jesus.




















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