Worship Hours

  Worship with us Sundays at

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


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



Communion Schedule


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


Communion offered after 10:30 AM
 service on non-communion services

Children in Worship


The Board of Evangelism
has created a pamphlet

Children in Worship"

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Older Wiser Lutherans

OWLs are members of Immanuel age 55 and over. They are young at heart "seniors" - Christian folk who give a hoot! No business meetings, officers or dues. Come join in the fun and fellowship!




Immanuel Great Room




Wednesday Adult Study – The


Lutheran Church in America


Adult Bible Study

Wednesdays, 9:30-10:30 a.m.


Much is said today about immigration.  Certainly great numbers of people emigrated to America.  Among them have been many Lutherans.  Lutherans came to America in the earliest colonial times long before the Revolution of 1776.  Lutherans brought their faith with them from Germany, Scandinavia, Poland, or Britain. Some of our direct Lutheran ancestors came to this land many years later. 


But how was their faith to be expressed and how were their churches to survive in a new, challenging environment?  Would they remain distinctive in their Reformation doctrine and identity, or would the diverse cultural and theological forces on this continent re-shape them?


The Wednesday morning Adult Bible class is studying “The Lutheran Church in America” will explore a remarkable chronicle of an almost 400 year presence of Lutherans in the New World.  We can learn much from exploring the spirit, courage and history of Lutherans before us.  Often these believers failed.  Often they fought battles within and outside the church.  But the Lord preserves the faithful.  And their story comes down to us so we may learn of God's unfailing grace which has preserved the Lutheran faith to this day.


Some of the future topics:  1) Lutheran Colonists on the Hudson and Atlantic Seaboard   2) Crisis and Growth of the General Synod  3) Lutherans on the Frontier   4) Civil War and the Lutherans   5) The Struggle for Confessional Union.    


Please consider yourself cordially invited to participate in this study every Wednesday morning, from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.  The class meets in the Immanuel great room, is taught by Pastor Reed, and intends to accent topics relevant to this 500th Lutheran Reformation anniversary year.




OWLs Events




-- 2017--


 Sunday, April 16 - Easter Sunday



Delicious treats, friendly visiting…. for young and older.  Easter breakfast at Immanuel, prepared and served by Older Adults ministry committee has become an annual tradition.  Thanks to all who donated time and resources to make it a success.


The breakfast was coordinated by Fran Davis, OAM committee member. She was assisted ably by sister Linda Caspers, who lives in Bay City. Thanks, ladies!



OWLs hope you had a most joyous and memorable Easter celebration. We also wish you peace and joy during this Easter season. 



Sunday, April 23 - 73rd Annual Turkey Dinner, Good Shepherd, Cass City



Enjoying the annual (73rd) turkey dinner at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Cass City, on Sun, April 23.


More OWLs spotted, enjoying turkey and all the trimmings.


Among those from Immanuel, we spot our able bus driver, Howard Fiebig, along with his wife and travel advisor, Beth.




Wednesday Bible Study in Great Room

       9:30-10:30 a, Sept-June


Worship at Medallion Village

10:30-11:00 am, 3rd Tuesday of every month



Spiritual enrichment for all ages, but especially for seniors:  Use your daily devotion guide, Portals of Prayer.  Each issue contains a treasury of prayers along with the daily readings.  Also, watch "Worship for Shut-Ins".  This fine Lutheran program is shown every Sunday morning at 11:30 on channel 49, as well as on Comcast (ch 8), on DISH network (ch 49), and DIRECTV (ch 377).  It's also on the web at Worship for Shutins.


Members of the OAM committee: Richard Wrobleski, Pastor Bahr, Erma Rummel, Fran Davis, Barb Neuman and Doug Forsberg



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