Pastor Michael Boyer has served Immanuel since 2007 and has been the senior pastor since 2014. He and his wife Stephanie have four children: Peter, Sarah, Jacob, and Grace. Pastor Boyer was born and raised in Dearborn, Michigan and is a graduate of Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.


Pastor David Reed serves in retirement as Immanuel's Pastor of Christian Care.  This involves calling on members and some teaching.  Originally from Altadena, California, he is a 1972 graduate of Concordia Teachers College and 1983 graduate of Concordia Theological Seminary.  Over 46 years he has served Lutheran schools and congregations in Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.  He and his wife Susan have four daughters and eight grandchildren.  Pastor Reed also serves as the Branch Manager of an international humanitarian network, Orphan Grain Train Michigan, located in Sebewaing.


Pastor Charles Kuhl has served Immanuel since 1998. He was born and raised in the Sebewaing area but served his entire full-time Ministry out of state. After his retirement in Connecticut, Pastor Kuhl and his wife Jean relocated to Sebewaing where Pastor was asked to serve as an assisting pastor for ILC.


Pastor Albert Bahr served Immanuel Lutheran Church as an assisting pastor from 1992-2009. As an emeritus pastor of Immanuel, he continues to serve as a Bible Study teacher and spiritual leader in the congregation. Pastor and his wife Loide reside in Unionville.


Pam Geiger has served as Immanuel’s church secretary since 1985. She has responsibilities for the church office, producing congregational publications, maintaining the church records and calendar, and many other things. Not much gets done at Immanuel without her help. Pam also serves Immanuel and other congregations as an organist. She and her husband Paul have three grown children and four grandchildren.


Tim Smith & Cindy Smith Tim has served as a custodian since 2002. His responsibilities include both church and school. Tim’s wife, Cindy, served Immanuel and our sister church, St. Paul in Unionville, as interim youth leader until 2013. Tim and Cindy reside in Sebewaing; they have two grown children.