The Church Council has decided that for the safety and ease of access for all including those who are aided by canes, walkers, et cetera, the grassy areas on the west and south side of the pavilion should be paved when the Garno Road entrance is paved. The original estimate for paving the entrance did not include this additional paving. As God always provides, donations are being collected to meet these additional paving costs. Little Immanuel will be out during all worship services so that you may place your donations inside as you come into or leave the church. Your help is, as always, graciously acknowledged.
Donations are still being accepted by mail or drop in during office hours.
It's a Christmas Tradition at Immanuel to grace the Altar and front of the sanctuary with beautiful poinsettias. This year's poinsettias have been ordered. Please continue to look for more information about poinsettias and church openings.
Usually the Gathering Area has a table overflowing with gifts donated to Associated Charities of Lenawee County, but not this year....
This year Immanuel is accepting donations of money to send to Associated Charities for the Christmas season.
Please mail or drop off your checks during office hours (Monday, Tuesday, and Friday from 10 am to 2 pm).
Donations will be taken through November 29, 2020.
You may not see many "Bell Ringers and Red Kettle stands" in front of stores this year. That is why the "Bell Ringers and Red Kettle stand" is coming to Immanuel.
When you hear the bell and see the stand in the Gathering Area, don't forget to drop a little jingle into the kettle. Help make everyone's holiday a little brighter!
Sunday service included the congregation taking part by writing down items they enjoyed or that made an impact on them over the years...Kids held the salt shaker.
Another photo of kids holding Immanuel's Salt Shaker made by the late Lynn Goggins and her daughters.
Scattered on the floor as crystals of salt are papers with congregation members items.
A photo of
Immanuel's Salt Display