We welcome Ashley Heitman as our new Office Manager. She is a former member of Immanuel (Carol Boller’s daughter), and current member at Peace Lutheran (Waverly) where she is also the Administrative Assistant. Her husband is Nick, and they have two sons, JessePaul and Brody.
All requests to use the church (i.e. – the parish hall for a baby shower, civic group meeting, etc.) must be approved by the Board of Trustees. If you would like to reserve the church, contact one of the Trustees. If they approve the request, they will confirm the date is open and share the building use policy with you.
The Trustees for 2018 are: Ron Graphenteen, Tony Fulton, Bryan Manley and Marcus Schmidt. You can contact them via the church office.
Senior Dinners will be served at Immanuel on Tuesdays at noon. All seniors, age 60 and over, are welcome. Those younger than 60 are also welcome to join at a higher cost. Call Audrey at 402-440-4465 for reservations.
Hear the promise of Christ, our Lord:
"I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die." (John 11:25-26)
David Porath died last night at home. Please keep the family in your prayers, that they might be comforted by "the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting."
David will be buried this Saturday, 10:30 a.m. at Hillcrest Cemetery in Norfolk. A memorial service will be held here at Immanuel on Saturday, November 4th at 11:00 a.m.
Blessed are those who die in the Lord.
Today (August 27th), Ezra Si-Wei Tang (son of Adrian & Maren) is brought into the kingdom of God through the waters of Holy Baptism. His baptismal sponsors are Jim & Kati Yelkin, and Jeramy & Audra Yelkin.
If your family (or a couple of families) would be willing to mow the lawn on a particular week, please sign up on the sheet posted on the bulletin board. The church has two riding lawnmowers that can be used.
If you are not able to help by mowing the church lawn, you can help by donating to the Lawn Mowing fund. These funds are used to pay the lawn mowing service ($120/mowing, contracted for one week per month) and to supply gas for the church mowers.
If you have any questions, contact one of the Trustees.
David Elliot Hollingsead was born to Andrew & Rachel Hollingsead, and received into God’s kingdom through Holy Baptism on February 28th. Mother and son are doing fine. Welcome to God’s family gathered here at Immanuel!
The Reverend Douglas & Carol Irmer are received as members here at Immanuel during the Divine Service. The Irmer’s come to us by transfer from St. Paul Lutheran Church (Beatrice). Welcome to Immanuel!
The thank you (below) is in response to the Fall Soup Supper proceeds that were sent to Our Redeemer (Feyetteville, NC) to be used to assist those impacted by the hurricane and flooding.
To the saints of Immanuel Eagle:
Below is a note and video link from the John Wolf Family. We have supported them and their work in Africa this past year.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Today we welcome Bill & Verda Umland as new members of Immanuel. They are received today by Profession of Faith.
Today, we receive Greg Daehling as a new member today by transfer from St. Paul Lutheran (Beatrice). Greg lives in Lincoln. Welcome to Immanuel, Greg!
Today, we welcome several new members to the family of God gathered here at Immanuel.
Today we welcome Brad & Rhonda Lahm to Immanuel. They have transferred their membership from Faith Lutheran (Lincoln). They live at Eagle Lake. Welcome to Immanuel!
We welcome Kaitlyn Christensen as a new member to Immanuel today. She has transferred her membership from Calvary Lutheran Church (Jacksonville, NE). Katie is the daughter of Rev. Lynn Christensen, former pastor here at Immanuel.
Immanuel’s 110th Anniversary Cookbooks are available in the parish hall for a donation. The funds will go toward the Youth Group expenses for the July 2015 Higher Things Youth Conference.
Carson Michael Cone (son of Courtney Featherstone) is receiving into God’s kingdom today through the water and Word of Holy Baptism. Welcome to God’s family gathered here at Immanuel
We welcome Tim & Bridget McDowell and their daughters Emilyann, Hailee, Lainee, and Brooklyn, to our congregation. They transferred their membership from St. Paul Lutheran (Central City, NE), and now live in Elmwood. Welcome to Immanuel!
Today Anna Rae Hiebert is baptized into Christ Jesus and into God’s family. We welcome Anna to God’s family gathered here at Immanuel.
On September 1st, the parking lot stalls will be re-painted. The direction of some of the parking stalls will be reversed from the current position to allow for better traffic flow. Sketches are posted around the Church and below showing the new traffic flow. Please talk to one of the Trustees if you have questions.
“If Not Now, When?” is a riveting video produced by the Association of Confessing Evangelical Lutheran Congregations (of which Immanuel is a member). The video takes a look at the issues that are dividing the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
Note: This video is the subject of the Adult Bible Class on November 9th & 16th.
Watch it below or at YouTube.
Additional background information on the content discussed can found at the Issues, Etc. Archives. Major topics of interest are noted below:
We are pleased to announce that Immanuel’s new website is up and running. Make sure you bookmark the site and visit it often for news and information. You can also keep up to date by subscribing to the Announcements and Church Calender feeds on your personal devices. More features and information will be added to the site in the future
Thanks to the Board of Evangelism for their work on this project. If see any issues with the site or have suggestions, please contact the Webmaster or Board of Evangelism.