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Bible Beach Bash Wednesdays!

Our 3:16 Middle School Youth Group is starting it’s new summer chapter with Bible Beach Bash Wednesday’s! All middle school aged kids (including those coming into 6th and those graduating from 8th) are welcome. It will be a day full of fun at the beach with our Youth Minister Zach. This program will run from…

“Just For Kids: Summer Chapter” Needs Help!

Immanuel’s “Just for Kids: Summer Chapter”—for children entering kindergarten (5 years) through fifth grade—is flourishing! Thanks Be to God! IMMEDIATELY NEEDED: People who love elementary aged kids and are willing to help mentor these dear children. You will be blessed, fulfilled, and energized while working with these precious children! We need help for 2-3 hour…

Summer Series: Getting to Heaven by Going through Hell

Sizzlin Summer Series: June 24, July 22, August 26 “Getting to Heaven by Going through Hell” Join us this summer for delicious food, inspiring worship, and hear a truly amazing, miraculous real-life story! Based on Dr. Scot Hodkiewicz’s newly published book “Getting to Heaven by Going through Hell” the three-part series will take you on…

Blood Center of Wisconsin Blood Drive

Immanuel is hosting a blood drive in partnership with BloodCenter of Wisconsin on Thursday, May 14th, 2:00-6:00PM, at Immanuel (700 N Bloomfield Rd. Lake Geneva, WI 53147). Imagine the lives that could be touched by your selfless gift. It’s a fulfilling, powerful and enriching experience to know that your donation could save lives—and a quick…

May 2015 newsletter

At Immanuel, we are passionate about helping people find their way back to a loving relationship with God! See our May newsletter and learn how to live out your faith in exciting and loving ways. See here.

Immanuel Lutheran Church MIF video: Story to Inspire!

See the inspiring story of Immanuel Lutheran Church produced by the Mission Investment Fund of the ELCA! God called Pastor Mary Ann to Immanuel in 1995 and it was a dying congregation; missing generations. God blesses faithful, modest efforts though and Immanuel grew consistently down through the years. A growing congregation meant that we were…