OWLs - Older Wiser Lutherans

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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!

 

OWLs Events

The OWLs planning committee has scheduled two events. On Saturday, September 17th Mike Mueller from Day3Seeds is coming to Immanuel to conduct a seed scooping/packaging event in the great room from 3:00-5:00 PM.  A light supper will follow. On Sunday, October 9th an ID Theft presentation will be in the great room from 2:00-4:00 PM. Refreshments will be served.

 

Celebrating the Years

Over the past several months we have been honoring our couples who have been married for at least 50 years. We send them a card with our well-wishes and prayers for a continued blessing from our God as they journey life together.  In July of 2022, we are planning for a grand get-together of all those couples, a time to celebrate.  Watch for details in future newsletters and church bulletins.
 

Worship Anew

Worship Anew
Worship Anew is a great source of comfort and celebrates the new life all people have in Jesus with a 30-minute broadcast service. God's love is shared through weekly Scripture readings, favorite church hymns, prayers, and a pastor's message that reveals God's grace and truth. You can watch it online at Worship Anew. You can also order CDs from that page.  

Worship Anew Media is now publishing the fine devotional, HOPE-FULL LIVING. Get more information on these resources at www.WorshipAnew.org.
  

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 ANEW".  This fine Lutheran program is shown every Sunday morning at 11:30 on channel 49, as well as on Comcast (ch 8 or 237HD), on DISH network (ch 49), and DIRECTV (ch 377). Click here to access WorshipAnew.org website.

Members of the OAM committee:  Doug Forsberg - chairman, Richard Wrobleski, Nancy Brown, Sally Rievert, Fran Davis, Barb Neuman, and Vic and Kathy Engelhardt.