In Person Worship Suspended
until further notice


Dear Members of Immanuel Lutheran Church: Peace and grace to you. Please be advised that the Church Council has voted to suspend In-person worship services until further notice. All future services will be done virtually via internet and public access TV. Thank you for your patience and understanding these trying times. Stay safe and God bless each and everyone of you.

Yours in Christ,

Bob Henning, President
ILC Council

You may always watch virtual services below or on our YouTube channel.


Or Listen to Pastor Niveen's Weekly Sermon

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Watch a Service

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                           Are you a quilter or would
                           like to learn?
Join the ILC
                                quilters each Thursday at 9:00am
                                until May 16th. They meet
                                on the 2nd floor.




                             The Immanuel Lutheran Church Choir

                                   sings every 1st and 3rd Sunday.

Preparing Leaders for Serving The Lord

Men's Discussion Group

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

Learn More


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.

Sunday service is at 9am.

ILC Mitten Tree

Our Mitten Advent Tree is full, but still, we can accept more and more donations!!!! 

ILC Mitten Tree

The Mitten Tree is decorated with donated mittens and hats. It has been an ILC tradition to put up the mitten tree help the less fortunate in our community.

ELCA Baptismal Covenant

The liturgy for the Affirmation of Baptism describes the faith practices that grow out of our baptism (Evangelical Lutheran Worship, page 236). We are to:

... live among God’s faithful people; hear the word of God and share in the Lord’s Supper; proclaim the good news of God in Christ through word and deed; serve all people following the example of Jesus; and strive for justice and peace in all the earth.

Verse of the Day