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.

This Sunday at Immanuel:
9:00 am     Sunday Morning Live!
10:30 am   Worship

A Note About Parking

During this time of increased construction in our neighborhood, public transit if strongly encouraged. However, if you must drive, please allow extra time to find parking as you navigate the daily road closures.

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

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3 days ago

Immanuel Lutheran Church

“August 20, 2019 marks the Quad-Centennial of the arrival of enslaved Africans from Angola to Virginia. The commodification of African lives for labor was upheld by Christians who decried the humanity of Africans rendering African lives as inferior. The enslavement of African people globally, the colonization of the African continent, and the mass exportation of African people into the Americas yielded an unholy legacy of social ills, which continue to plague African and people of African descent,” reads the August 2019 entry in “LAMENT AND HOPE: A Pan-African Devotional Guide” produced by Bread for the World and partners including the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. “Churches must be present in the fight for justice through the advocacy of just policies for all,” the entry concludes, as we embrace “the biblical understanding of humans made in the image of God (Genesis 1:27).” Find the guide at www.bread.org/library/lament-and-hope-pan-african-devotional-guide. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Immanuel Lutheran Church

A new series from our friends at Augsburg Fortress: A Lutheran Welcome! These highly engaging booklets present the basics of Lutheran faith and feature artwork by our synod's very own Daniel Erlander. Place these in a narthex or welcome area display rack, include them in new member packets, or keep them handy for whenever someone may have questions. These are perfect for everyone from visitors to new members to life-long Lutherans! Order here: www.augsburgfortress.org/store/category/287002/A-Lutheran-Welcome?lv=true&utm_campaign=AF%20Month... ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Immanuel Lutheran Church

People in serious need of healthy, life-sustaining food are qualifying for SNAP by broad based categorical eligibility, yet millions would be denied access if a proposed rule is adopted. Register a public comment sharing your experience and values before the period to be heard closes Sept. 23! Act from our Action Alert support.elca.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=1169 ELCA World Hunger ... See MoreSee Less

People in serious need of healthy, life-sustaining food are qualifying for SNAP by broad based categorical eligibility, yet millions would be denied access if a proposed rule is adopted. Register a public comment sharing your experience and values before the period to be heard closes Sept. 23! Act from our Action Alert https://support.elca.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=1169 ELCA World Hunger

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Church Office remains closed on February 12 due to Inclement Weather.
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