Formed in 1896, Immanuel Lutheran Church exists to proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior to all people in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Holy Communion is celebrated on the first and third Sundays of every month. During Holy Communion, we receive in, with, and under the bread and wine the true body and blood of Christ shed on the cross, Jesus Christ Who is now risen and ascended and sits at the right hand of God the Father.
Bible Study Classes
Immanuel seeks to connect all people to Jesus Christ. To delve more fully into God’s Word, sign up for a Bible class by calling 269.465.6031, extension 2.
Baptism is a washing, a sacred act commanded by Jesus Himself. It is God’s gift to us that brings us into His family as His adopted children. When we obey Jesus’ command to baptize, God extends His grace in many ways. The baptized child begins a new relationship with God, receives forgiveness of sins and is filled with the Holy Spirit. Parents, grandparents and the faith family have an important responsibility to nurture this precious faith relationship in the heart/mind of the born again child.
The Lutheran Hour Ministry has developed a series of booklets on a variety of topics like Bible basics, health concerns, addictions, marriage, and parenting. You may download free booklets at the Project Connect website at http://www.lhm.org/projectconnect/booklets.asp. Many of the booklets are also available as audio files.