the blessed elements of our Sacrament of Holy Communion to members who are not able to come to worship. These visitors receive training and support from the pastor. All confirmed members of our congregation are welcome to become a Holy Communion visitor. Please contact Janis Shackley, Office Manager, or Pastor Terry Larson for more information about this important ministry.
During the course of a hospital stay, patients have a flurry of medical procedures and technical interactions done by very caring medical people. Most patients have many caring visitors who come to wish them well and show their love.
People in our congregation also receive spiritual care and encouragement through a dedicated group of volunteers who share scripture and prayer with them during their hospitalization. These volunteers also take a prayer shawl symbolic of the prayers for healing covering them during their days of personal difficulty.
If you would like to be part of this caring ministry, please contact Pastor Terry Larson.
Bread & Roses
A free community meal - all are welcome! Thursdays, 4:30 pm - 6:00pm. Click here for more information on joining us for a meal or volunteering for this ministry.
Monday & Friday 10am - 12noon
Tuesday 1pm - 3pm
Wednesday 2pm - 4pm
Thursday 1-3pm, & 4:30pm - 6pm
Food Pantry clients must bring in proof of identification and proof of current residence. Income guidelines are posted on their website and at the pantry. Only food items are available once a month and only one family per address may receive assistance.Only groceries are available (no paper goods, shampoo, etc.) once a month. Anyone requesting food for the first time must fill out an information card at the Pantry - for bookkeeping purposes only. Everything is kept in strict confidentiality. No one has access to those files except certain Board members. Call 920-261-1663 for more information.
AA & ALANON meets every Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. here at Immanuel. This AA & ALANON is smoke free.
Contact Paul Schilling at 261-4685 for more information.
Lutheran World Relief extends the hand of Christian love to people overcoming poverty and injustice in 50 countries. Check here for a limited number of employment and volunteer opportunities. In addition, study tours also are available.
Bread for the World is an ecumenical Christian organization that works in partnership with the ELCA to alleviate the pain and suffering caused by extreme hunger in the United States and around the World. The World Food Program estimates that 2 billion people around the world are at risk of starvation. To learn more, go to www.bread.org.