Immanuel Lutheran Church Annual Congregational Meeting
will be held 1/27/19 immediately following the 9:00 am worship service.
Please plan on attending this important meeting.

Preparing Leaders for Serving The Lord

Preparing Leaders for Serving The Lord

Men's Discussion Group

Thursday mornings at 7:30 A.M. in the Koinonia

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Welcome

Immanuel Lutheran Church is a community of faithful Christians who are excited to share Christ’s love and grace with people from different backgrounds.  It is also a place where you will experience a warm welcome and feel accepted as you are without judgment. You are encouraged to get to know us not only through our website but also by worshiping with us.

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Christ the King Sunday

In 1925, Pope Pius XI instituted a new liturgical observance, the Feast of Christ the King.

He felt that Christians were being tempted by the increasing secularism of the world. Christians were choosing to live in the “kingdom” of the world rather than in the kingdom of God.[1]

No one likes to talk about taxes. Right?

No one likes to talk about taxes. Right? Jews in the First-century hated taxation. There were plenty of taxes in ancient Judea: religious and secular. Annual Temple: Males over the age of twenty were responsible for yearly paying a temple tax that supported the functioning of the Jewish temple. They had to pay two-drachma or half-shekel worth about two days' wages.

Sunday, November 11, 2018

˜Veteran’s Day is today. Today we would like to recognize and give thanks for the service and sacrifice of the men and women of ILC who have served in the armed forces. They will be blessed during the worship service and a celebration that will be held during Coffee Hour.

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Was Martin Luther anti-Semitic?

Nazis used Luther’s writings against the Jews to justify their anti-Semitism and nationalism. Martin Luther has been accused of being anti-Semitic. Lutherans for many years tried to hide Luther anti-Jewish literature, but we couldn’t keep his negative attitude toward the Jews secret. The Christian world knows about Luther anti-Jewish teaching. As we are celebrating the Reformation of Martin Luther, the question that I’m going to answer in this sermon is whether Martin Luther was anti-Semitic.