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“Preparing Hearts for Home” is Immanuel’s mission. “Home” has a dual meaning. First, we seek to prepare people to experience God’s love in their current situation with the people they love most. It also means preparing people for the “home” that Jesus is getting ready for those who love Him and are living according to His purpose.

At Immanuel, people are welcomed as they are. It is a safe place to explore your relationship with Jesus and ask life’s tough questions. You are encouraged to be part of a Sunday service, whether in-person or streamed online.

Service Times are at 9:30 and 10:45 AM if attending in person and 10:45 AM for the Live stream.

We would like to give a welcome gift to first time guests so please be sure to stop by the welcome desk as you come or leave. It is a way to say thank you for choosing Immanuel.


In person services are at 9:30 AM and 10:45 AM. The live stream is at 10:45 AM. The live stream is recorded and available for viewing by Monday.

A typical service consists of a welcome, live worship music and a scripture reading. Following worship music, the pastor brings a message based on Biblical truths and applications for us today. We close with music, announcements, and prayer. Each service is approvimately fifty minutes to one hour. Communion is observed the last Sunday of each month and is for anyone who professes Christ as their Lord. (Communion is prepackaged in individual servings.)

You will see people who dress as casual as jeans or shorts and a tshirt and see others who enjoy dressing up for church. You will not stand out in either type of attire. Pastor Jeff shares the sermon in casual business dress.

Guests are never called out during services. Of course, we will know you are visiting and give a warm welcome but our goal is to make you feel comfortable, not put in an embarassing or awkward position.

No, while the Bible teaches Christians to give back to God out of the blessings He has given, guests are not expected to give to Immanuel. We do not pass an offering basket during services. If a guest chooses to give back to God you are certainly welcome. There are receptacles where you can place your gift, located just outside the worship center. 

Children are always welcome in services but we do offer programming for children during both services. Birth through four year olds have a small group time during first and second services.
During first service, kindergarten through fifth graders are in a large group gathering called Treehouse. Parents are welcome to, but do not have to, join in. During second service, children are in grade leveled groups for a Bible lesson.
Youth from sixth through twelfth graders are in Rooted, our youth group. During second service, youth attend service. Rooted also meets on Wednesday evening.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to email our office at or call 410.687.9166.