Do you sometimes have questions about faith? Immanuel is passionate about thinking critically and acting faithfully, following the compassionate peaceful path of Jesus.  We seek to support and challenge each other in being God’s loving presence in our neighborhood and world in very concrete ways.  We are people who trust God’s promises—so we can live, act and vote out of hope, rather than fear.  Immanuel is a place of welcome for all people – no exceptions!
Let’s worship together on Sundays.

In-Person Worship has Resumed! Join us for worship in-person or online.

WHEN:  Sundays 10:30 am

WHERE: In the Church Building or on YouTube

Pledge to Care:
All persons entering the building for church activities will be asked to comply with the Pledge to Care.

Worship & COVID Protocols

We are now worshipping both in-person and online!

All persons entering the building for church activities will be asked to sign and comply with the Pledge to Care.

As we watch and wait for updates from King County Health Department about the Omicron variant, you are urged to do all you can to allow a currency of wellness to flow in and around our community: 

  • Get vaccinated and get your booster as you are able
  • Wash your Hand, Wear Your Mask, and Watch your Distance
  • If you are experiencing symptoms, get tested and self-isolate as best you are able

At Immanuel we will continue to:

  • Worship in person and online
  • Wear masks, and sit in distanced family pods for in-person worship.
  • Share in the Sacred Meal together with no contact distribution
  • Invite vaccinated persons and those worshipping online to sing praises to God together in worship.
  • Ask Unvaccinated worshippers in-person to refrain from singing at this time.

A Note About Parking

During this time of increased construction in our neighborhood, public transit is strongly encouraged. However, if you must drive, please allow extra time to find parking as you navigate the daily road closures.  Click here for paid parking options near Immanuel if you cannot find on-street parking.

While we regret the inconveniences, we hope they don’t dissuade you from coming to Immanuel and participating in the services.

Sunday Service

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Synod-Wide Book Discussion: CALL TO ALLYSHIP - Preparing Your Congregation for Leaders of Color

Wednesdays - April 10, 17, 24 and May 1, 8 - 6:45pm-8pm on Zoom
FREE TO ATTEND!

The St. Matthew’s Anti Racism Team in collaboration with the LiVE Project is hosting a book study on Call to Allyship: Preparing Your Congregation for Leaders of Color. (Books are available to purchase on Amazon)

Please join us as we discuss how churches can do the work of becoming allies for the leaders they call. This book study is for call committees, church councils, social justice teams, and anyone else interested in doing the work to understand, welcome, and celebrate Leaders of Color. Thank you to Amanda Bedsaul and Marissa Singleton for leading our discussions! If interested in participating, please read the first 2 chapters for the first session on April 10th.

Learn more and find Zoom link here:
www.lutheransnw.org/events/call-to-allyship-book-study/2024-04-10
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Learning opportunitiesWe have our 3rd Sumud Series Webinar coming up Saturday April 13th at 10 am CST. Here is the ink to register us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zAIKW4-bQkGGlvLBPHyqLg . Hear from some of our Palestinian Pastors who were featured in the Sumud Lenten series share about how they talk about the Holy Land and sumud. Prepare for synod assemblies and practice having the conversations in real time. This webinar will equip you with resources and space to practice sharing. ... See MoreSee Less

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