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Christmas! In July!

Join us for a fun and relaxed evening at Immanuel Church, 906 E Grant Street, on Saturday, July 25.  From 7:00-8:00pm we’ll be serving snow cones, having fun, and meeting neighbors.  All are welcome.  You can decorate Christmas cookies, toss a snow ball (well, water balloon), sing a Christmas carol, or just sit back and […]

Ice Cream Social for all neighbors…

…and everyone is our neighbor, right?  So, you’re invited! Friday, June 19, 6:00-8:00pm at Immanuel CHURCH (906 E Grant St).  Rain or shine!  Be our guest.  It will cost you nothing.  We simply want to get to know more of our neighbors in Macomb.  There will be vanilla ice cream, plus an assortment of toppings […]

VBS is June 15-18, 2015

VBS has begun, and it’s going well!  You can register children for VBS at the door.  Join us! PARENTS!  KIDS!    Discover His plan! Discover His purpose! In Camp Discovery VBS, your children learn that Jesus works in and through us! They’ll look into the Bible, God’s Holy Word, and explore four* tree-mendous Bible accounts where […]

Lutheranism 101 Class

Interested in what we believe and practice?  Whether you’re a life-long Lutheran who wants to revisit the Bible and Catechism, or someone just looking, you’re welcome in our Catechism Bible Study.  Thursdays from 7:00-8:30pm at our Student Center (303 N Clay St.), beginning January 29, 2015.  If you have questions about the class, just contact […]

Bethesda Servant Project blesses many

“Called By Name” (Isaiah 43:1) was the theme for our Family Servant Project in Springfield, June 22-25.  In concert with two LCMS congregations from Quincy, we served people who live with developmental disabilities in Bethesda homes — and they blessed us, too!  We painted the bedrooms of Bethesda friends (in colors they chose!), and hosted them […]

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