Worship Hours

  Worship with us Sundays at
  

8:00 AM and 10:30 AM
and Mondays at
6:30pm

 

Sunday School & Bible Classes
9:15 - 10:10am

 

 

Communion Schedule

 

1st & 3rd Sundays - 8:00 am
2nd & 4th Sundays - 10:30am
5th Sunday - Alternating Services
2nd & 4th Mondays - 6:30pm

 

Communion offered after 10:30am
 service on non-comunnion services

Children in Worship

 

The Board of Evangelism
has created a pamphlet

"Encouraging
Children in Worship"

       
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Larry R. Adam

.. age 72, was received into the Church Triumphant on Thursday, November 24, 2016, at the Bay County Medical Care Facility in Essexville.

Larry was born in Pigeon on May 4, 1944, to Harold and Oradell (Voss) Adam. He married MaryLou Schweitzer on August 24, 1963, at the Kilmanagh United Methodist Church. Larry’s true passion was farming and spending time with his family. He was a lifetime member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Sebewaing and was active with many board positions. He was also a member of the Farm Bureau. He was known to many as “Captain Cobble” and enjoyed telling stories. He was a tinkerer and liked restoring tractors.

Larry is survived by his wife, MaryLou; children: Scott Adam, Mark Adam, Brian (Tina) Adam all of Sebewaing, and Lynette (the late Bill Kauffold) Kauffold of Unionville; 7 grandchildren: Emma Kauffold, Garrett Adam, Wyatt Kauffold, Maddie Adam, Lauren Adam, Jake Adam and Ruby Kauffold; siblings: Marilyn (Carl) Seibel, Mary (Kurt) Kelly, and the late Lloyd (survived by Evelyn) Adam.


MEMORIALS: Christ the King Lutheran School, Immanuel Lutheran Church or USA-FFA Alumni.

 

 

Click here to listen to the "Funeral Sermon of  Larry R. Adam" delivered by Pastor David Reed 

 

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  Immanuel Lutheran Church
800 East Bay Street
Sebewaing, MI 48759
(989) 883-3050
 

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