Our Sunday worship is organized around the proclamation of the Word of God and the celebration of the Lord’s Supper. Join us either in-person or on Zoom.
At Immanuel, you’ll find a caring community built around meaningful worship and service to our neighbors. Pastor Mark Sloss provides a timely scripture-based message each week. To view a recent sermon, click here.
ALL are Welcome
Immanuel journeys together through worship, service projects, community meals, and Bible study. It’s easiest to get to know us after worship on Sundays, when we share coffee, treats, and conversation in the Fellowship Hall. As a community, we mark celebrations and hear about upcoming events.
We always welcome children to participate fully in worship, including at Communion. We don’t mind a “joyful noise” at all, but just in case they (or their parents) need to slip away for a bit, we have dedicated spaces just for kids. There’s a baby room with a changing table and a crib with clean sheets. Come worship with us!
Immanuel works to help our neighbors on local, national, and international levels. Our Farmers’ Markets raise thousands of dollars to support local organizations like the YWCA Domestic Violence Services, the Hillside Pantry, and many others. Proceeds also support the work of ELCA World Hunger. Our quilting group created 125 beautiful quilts entirely from donated fabric. These were distributed in the community and across the globe. Come serve with us!
Immanuel welcomes all worshipers, dressed up or dressed down. Come as you are!
Ancient Ritual, Contemporary Faith
Immanuel practices ancient traditions centered on a faith for today. Liturgy with beautiful music creates an environment for introspection and the examination of today’s problems through the Lutheran lens. We love to sing with organ, piano, or a capella, guided by our choir.
Immanuel follows the seasons of the church year with special services like candlelight Christmas Eve, the Great Vigil of Easter, Advent, and Lenten Evening Prayer. Come journey with us!
Immanuel’s building is handicap accessible. Enter off the courtyard facing Sherman Street to use the elevator.