Holy Week

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Join us for Holy Week and Easter 2021 March 28 – Palm Sunday  10:30 am via ILC YouTube On Palm Sunday we celebrate the arrival of Jesus to Jerusalem. While we recognize him as the Christ, we listen as the stage is set for his persecution. We leave rejoicing, yet knowing there’s more to come.…
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Ash Wednesday

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Ash Wednesday is a day of ritual confession and remembrance of our need for Jesus. This year Immanuel will be distributing small containers of ashes for individuals or households that want them. Please signup here. Ash Wednesday Worship Schedule: Tuesday, February 16, 6 – 8 p.m. – Pick up Ashes in ILC parking lot Wednesday,…
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Holden Evening Prayer

Announcement
Lent: A Season of Turning Holden Evening Prayer. Wednesdays in Lent at 6:30 p.m. via ILC YouTube Channel. Each week, we will have a Holden Evening prayer service in conjunction with several other churches (including Grace Chinese Lutheran Church, Church of the Steadfast Love, Ballard First Lutheran Church, and Lakeridge Lutheran Church) posted online. During…
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Lent Devotional Email from CLU/PLTS

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California Lutheran University and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary are producing short daily devotional emails from our students, staff, faculty, alumni and friends. These emails include a scripture/sacred text, reflection on the text and a prayer. The reflection may be written, video, art or something else creative. The theme this year is: Power. Privilege. Presence. To…
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Christ Have Mercy

Announcement
White Supremacy Culture is sin. It’s everywhere. It’s largely invisible to White people. It’s killing us. Let us repent. White Supremacy has shaped European Descent societies for hundreds of years. It has a culture — ways of doing and being that many people do not notice and/or accept as the norm. It’s just how things…
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Annual Meeting

Event
The Immanuel Lutheran Congregation Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, February 14 at 11:30 a.m. via Zoom. You should have received a physical copy of the Annual Report in the mail. Log-in information is in the February e-newsletter. Log-in information and a digital version of the annual report can also be found in the…
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Advent & Christmas with Immanuel

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Please join us for Advent and Christmas prayers and worship! Zoom information and links are available in newsletter or by email. Sundays on YouTube (10:30 a.m.)Wednesdays Advent Prayer Time via Zoom 6:15 – 6:45 p.m. Everyday Devotionals in booklet, on Facebook and Instagram Blue Christmas Service available on YouTube December 9th at 12:30 p.m. with…
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Advent Devotionals

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The Advent Devotionals are here! If you didn’t receive one in your mailbox, you can download a copy. And remember to follow Immanuel on Instagram and Facebook for extra special companion postings each day! The Advent season is all about anticipation, hope and promise. Whether it is the words of the prophets, or the imagery…
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Blue Christmas Worship

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Blue Christmas Worship is available on YouTube @ImmanuelSeattle on December 9th beginning at 12:30 p.m. There will be two watch parties on Facebook: Wednesday, December 9th at 5:30 p.m. and Monday, December 21st at 4:30 p.m. (sunset of the longest night).
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WORSHIP and COVID-19

Announcement

In light of the Nov 15th announcement from the Washington State COVID Response team (see announcement details here), Immanuel will be suspending any and all plans for in person worship and gatherings, including Outside for 5 and Christmas Eve. We will continue to broadcast worship via YouTube, to send bulletins with sermon transcripts afterward for those who request it and engage in planning meaningful, distanced worship experiences for the holiday season. God remains with us, even in the midst of these “historic and unprecedented times”. Our best gift to the world in these days is to continue our faithful witness through phone calls, text messages, letters and emails to those we love and those who are in need. Being church these days looks different but has equally tangible forms as before; as you wash your hands you remember your baptism, as you don your mask allow receive the mutual blessing of the currency of wellness from God, and as we limit activities outside our home, we can embody the gift of sacred sabbath rest. We thank you for your patience and care for one another and the world. Be well, church.

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