Welcome to Immanuel Lutheran Church

Thank you for visiting the website of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Sebewaing, Michigan. Immanuel Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Lutheran Church -- Missouri Synod. This year is the 166th anniversary of Immanuel where God's Word and Sacrament has been shared and celebrated in the life of this congregation. We invite you to learn more about Immanuel and to join us in worship any and every Sunday as we celebrate the good news of God's love and salvation through Jesus Christ.




Upcoming/Informational Events
Immanuel's in-person worship services have resumed. The 9:00 am Sunday service is a live broadcast on 103.7 FM WCZ 
Positive Country, and also live-streamed on Facebook and available on YouTube. Click on the "Listen/Watch" tab above to access the services. 

There have been a couple times where our 9am radio broadcast had technical problems. If that happens again and we are not on-air at 9am, 103.7 FM will rebroadcast our worship service at 11am that same day. 

The church office will have regular hours during the week. Doors open 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.

You are invited to participate in a Wednesday Evening Bible Study starting Wednesday, June 12, at 7pm in the Great Room and going throughout the summer. The area of study and discussion will be the Books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes led by Jim & Connie Bunke. 

We are excited to share with you a new way of giving to the church - Vanco Mobile. Go to the App Store or Google Play to download the Vanco Mobile app for free. Click here to access the Vanco donation page; available for members and non-members!



 What We Believe!


Immanuel Lutheran Church 
is a congregation of The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 

Our mission statement is: 
Faithful to God’s Word – we receive, celebrate, and share Jesus Christ.   


Faithful to God's Word 
We believe that the Holy Scriptures are God's infallible Word which reveals Jesus Christ, who is the only Savior for all people. Every teaching, belief, and practice of Immanuel congregation must be grounded in this perfect Word and faithful to His revealed will.  


We receive...Jesus Christ 
 We are always on the receiving end of God's goodness and grace. Since all people are born in sin and would be lost forever unless redeemed by God in Jesus Christ we could never give anything to God in order to earn His favor or the promise of His heaven. God loved the world so much that He gave His Son to die for us. He gave...we received.
Every Sunday God gives us His gifts of Word and Sacrament in the Divine Service. We receive God's unmerited love and forgiveness in Jesus Christ in the sure and certain promise of eternal life. 


We celebrate...Jesus Christ 
God's goodness and mercy leads us to give Him thanks and praise. We celebrate God's goodness in corporate worship and in lives of service to God and our neighbors.  


We share...Jesus Christ 
The good news of God's love in Christ is too good to keep to ourselves. What God has done must be shared through our personal witness and by the support of mission work throughout the world 

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