Now: Join us outside after the 9 am worship service for conversation and light refreshments.
Next Phase: All ages socialize between services (9-10:30 am mid-September to Memorial Day) in our Gathering Space. Individuals and groups brew the coffee and provide treats.
6:10-6:40 pm, basement Fellowship Hall
Want to meet some new people? Don’t want to cook one night a week? Come to Wednesday night dinner (mid-September thru Memorial Day) and enjoy conversation and a brief prayer service. Open to all. A suggested donation is $3 per person and $10 per family.
Meatless options always provided. January is the annual Chili Cook-off, and soups are served during Lent. To participate in the prep, contact Kim Thompson or Rhonda Tjaden.
Immanuel Lutheran Church Women (ILCW) brings the women of Immanuel together for Bible study circles, retreats and activities throughout the year. All women are invited to participate in activities, which may include:
Circles are small groups of women who meet monthly for socializing and Bible study. There are several Circles to choose from. Note: Many circles take the summer off; days and times listed below reflect past schedules.
The Immanuel Men’s Club gathers on the second Saturday of the month for a hearty breakfast, fellowship, and programs of interest. The group is open to all the men of Immanuel and their guests.
The Men’s Club hosts the annual Lutefisk Dinner and disperses the income to various organizations with an emphasis on feeding the hungry, improving the lives of our youth, and recognition of our veterans and active military.
12 pm the first Thursday of the month
Aging Splendidly is a monthly lunch and speaker series for older adults held October – June. Programs are held in the basement Fellowship Hall and are open to local community members. Topics often include health, the arts, education, or a local social service. The can’t-miss event is December’s Christmas Carol Sing-along.
12 pm Lunch (free will offering)
12:45-1:30 pm Speaker
The Improvers meet Thursdays to complete maintenance projects within the church and squeeze in a little socializing. The Imps tackle everything from small repairs, preventive maintenance, and yard work to special projects. They keep the church property in working order and have a good time doing it!
Households near one another are gathering online or COVID-safely in person to build and maintain our community connections.