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!
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Questions about the impact of COVID-19 on Immanuel?  Click HERE
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic you can join us for online worship:

WHEN:  Sundays 10:30 am

WHERE:  YouTube with links shared via Facebook & Instagram
Click here for bulletin for the week of September 13

Immanuel’s Response to COVID-19


Beloved Family in Christ, 

On Tuesday, March 3rd, I gathered with other faith leaders at Queen Anne Methodist Church/The Well to meet with Health Department officials and receive guidance about best practices and instructions for our role in minimizing the community spread of COVID-19. Additionally, Shawna, as Executive Director for Immanuel Community Services, has been in several meetings this week about this matter. I am grateful for the conversations we are having and the leadership in our state to address this outbreak with vigilance, and care for all our communities, including the most vulnerable among us.  I am particularly grateful for the visible presence of Holy Currencies in the midst of all this. The Currencies of Relationship show up in the ways we are mindful of ourselves and the needs of others. The Currencies of Truth are present in the factual, science-based information we are receiving the holy conversations ILC & ICS leaders are having as we seek to balance containment, compassion and community. As we continue to be faithful, and I remain in continuous conversation with other leaders, I fully anticipate the flow of the Currencies of Wellness, Money, Time & Place and Gracious Leadership to make themselves known too. As this situation continues to unfold, we will update our practices accordingly.

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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.


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