Immanuel Lutheran Church
Tuesday, March 26, 2019


Immanuel Lutheran Funds a Farm...EIEIO!
People all over the world are in need of sustainable ways to raise a family.  Through the ELCA GOOD GIFTS program, we can purchase farm animals to help families get a start.
Commit your spare change or add the same amount to the bank every day during Lent.  Pick up your barn bank at the back of the church and help Immanuel Fund  Farm...
See what your $$ will buy/ Day during LENT (PDDL)
Make checks payable to Immanuel Lutheran Church with "farm" noted on the memo line.
 All voices are welcome!
Rehearsals are held on Wednesdays at 7 pm, September through May.
Immanuel's Good Samaritan Fund
Emergency Assistance to local people in need.
You can send your contributions
to the church office.
The Sewing group meets twice a month to make quilts for the community and have lunch together.
 9:30 am to 1:00 pm ~ Immanuel Fellowship Hall
  From Immanuel's Author  
Shaking the Dust: Stepping from Darkness into Light
By K. A. Merkel

God works in your life in a powerful way each day. Sometimes you are aware of His hand and sometimes you are not mindful of how He is acting on your behalf. Shaking the Dust: Stepping from Darkness into Light looks into the circumstances and environments that God continues to use in your life to teach and draw you closer to His side.     


Available now directly from the Author 970-302-4748  or 

from WestBow Press  

Greeley Interfaith Association Clothing Bank
228 N. 9th Avenue
Mon-Fri ~ 9:00 to 4:00
Sat ~ 9:00 to Noon
The Clothing Bank is in need of men's and children's shoes. 
Help up support the Weld Food Bank
It is important and it makes a difference to our friends and neighbors.
Immanuel collects food donations all year long.
Donation boxes are located by the entryways into the church.
Look for offering envelopes in the pews, or send your gift to the church office.  
 Lutheran / Episcopal Campus Ministry (LECM)
It is by LECM's being that we are able to extend ministry to young adults in our community, state and country. It is by LECM that we are able to provide a gathering place for your people to share time and space with their peers and ministers and mentors from area churches. In that time these college students are challenged in what they understand as their faith and come to encounter their journey with Christ. LECM is committed to providing a home cooked meal once a week for the Bread and Belonging gatherings. Contact them through or
This ministry is a result of your generosity.