Blessed to be a blessing to others
Blessed to be a blessing to others
Please check ILC's Gathering Area bulletin board for Ministries that provide opportunities for volunteering & service
Immanuel's annual Good Gift Campaign has begun!
Together, our goal is to buy the Family Farm!
A Family Farm costs $715.00.
The Family Farm offers many animals to help feed and raise money for the needy family. They can breed animals, sell off small herds, sell eggs, etc.
The Family Farm package has a cow, two goats, a dozen chicks, two pigs, farming tools, seeds, and agricultural training.
Make your checks out to Immanuel Lutheran Church and place them in the display area donation jar in the Gathering Area by the farm display. Cash is good, too. Donations will be taken until April 2, 2023.
will be this Lenten season's theme for Wednesday evening (7:00 p.m.) worship service.
Immanuel's annual Lenten potluck and Church group-hosted suppers will happen again this season. Suppers are at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday in the Fellowship Hall. Ash Wednesday/Lenten Worship follows suppers at 7:00 p.m.
The supper for Wednesday, March 15 is hosted by ILC's Dartball team.
On Maundy Thursday, April 6, a Seder Meal
will be hosted by Immanuel and St. Paul's.
It will be held at St. Paul's in the Fellowship Hall at 5:30 p.m.
You must choose your plate: chicken or lamb.
To reserve your spot at this event, please
sign the reservation sheet on the
Gathering Area bulletin board by Sunday, March 19th.
Liz Seeburger: 517.260.2308
By Thursday, March 23, 2023.
Immanuel will continue with
Maundy Thursday Worship Service
at Immanuel at 7:00 p.m.
Immanuel collects items for Families in Transition (FIT) on a year 'round basis. At the present time, FIT is requesting three items of need: chapstick, hand lotion, and granola bars. Please place donated items in the FIT basket in the Gathering Area.
Meals on Wheels is a program from the Department on Aging that provides hot, balanced meals once a day through the week to area seniors and home-bound of Lenawee County. The Adrian Senior Center prepares the meals and they are loaded and taken to area senior centers for packaging and distribution. Without this program, some people may not eat...the next scheduled time for Immanuel's family to help with deliveries is coming up in June, 2023. Be looking here for the dates.
On a rotating bases, area churches are called to provide volunteers to deliver the packages of food, but during the past few months, volunteers have been hard to find.
If you can deliver meals on one, some or all week days, please let the Senior Center know. You may call (517) 486-2397. Even one day will be helpful! You will be expected to arrive at the Senior Center (Lane St. Blissfield, down town) around 10:15-10:30 AM, pack your route's clipboard and coolers in your vehicle (you can get help with this), and run your route between 10:30 and Noon. In the winter months the time is a little later (10:30 to 12:30) due to meal delivery coming from Adrian. Once your finished with the route, drive back to the center and drop off the clipboard and coolers and leave---with a smile from helping someone! Or, stay and enjoy a reasonably priced delicious meal with other drivers and friends.
If you have signed up to deliver meals and the weather has turned inclement, call the center (517) 486-2397 to find out if it's open. You may also listen to area radio station 103.9 WLEN.
Immanuel Lutheran Church
1500 North Blissfield Hwy. Palmyra, MI 49268
(517) 486-3151 Hours: Mon, Tues, Fri. 10AM-2PM
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