We worship God. We welcome everyone. We work for justice. We build community.
“Faith that Feeds”
We invite you to gather for Sunday worship either in-person or via Zoom at 10:30 am (prelude often begins at 10:20).
For more information check out our weekly e-blast
Feeding Our Faith – Sundays 9 – 10 AM
Thru November 5 – Six Session Book Discussion – Second Thoughts on the Second Coming, by Ronald J. Allen & Robert D. Cornwall
You don’t have to read the book to participate, but it will be more beneficial if you do. There will be no class on October 29 – as we’ll be at Grace for a joint Reformation worship. If you have a library card, you can access an audiobook or digital copy of the book on Hoopla.
Sundays: Feeding Our Faith Series at 9:00 a.m. Hybrid Worship at 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays: Spiritual Growth Conversations about faith and the upcoming Sunday Scriptures 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Wednesdays during Advent & Lent: Evening Prayer Worship at 7:00 pm
(Visit the Calendar for more info or links to any virtual gatherings via Zoom)
Immanuel Lutheran Church is a Reconciling in Christ congregation
We welcome people of every age and size, color and culture, every sexual orientation and gender identity, socio-economic status and marital status, every ability and challenge. We welcome believers and questioners, and questioning believers.
As a Reconciling In Christ (RIC) congregation, we make explicit our welcome to people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We are also a member congregation of the Chicago Coalition of Welcoming Churches. We believe that God works in and through all of us, and so we invite you to join with us in worshiping God and in doing the work God is calling us to do together in our communities and in our world.
Greetings from Pastor Mark Sloss
Welcome! Immanuel Lutheran Church is a vibrant Christian community where we gather to worship God and to serve our neighbor. We’re a place of warm hospitality, beautiful worship grounded in the ancient traditions of the church, amazing music, an openness to spiritual and intellectual questing and questioning, and a strong sense of social justice inspired by the Good News of Jesus. We believe and try to practice a “faith that feeds”—faith that feeds us spiritually, yes, but also a faith that leads us to feed others in physical ways, and to work for justice and peace. If you’re looking for a faith community in which to grow spiritually and to work together with others who are trying to follow the way of Jesus, we hope that you will come and experience community with us.