About Immanuel

About Our Church

About Immanuel Lutheran Church

 

Immanuel Lutheran Church is an active congregation of 2,200 members with an average weekly worship attendance of 750 people. Our mission is to draw people closer to the person of Jesus Christ and assure them of His gifts namely, the abundance of life on earth and the endless life of heaven. A significant part of our congregation’s ministry is our Immanuel Lutheran School, which attracts over 300 students and their families from the Upper Fox Valley region.

Our worship life at Immanuel is enhanced by our Acts 2 fellowship ministries – medium-sized groups of adults that are themselves “congregations within our congregation” – meeting as does our Sunday School “Faith Factory” at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings between worship services.

This hour of fellowship and study provides time for adults in the Acts 2 and children in the “Faith Factory” to pray with one another, share stories and refreshments, share life and pour over God’s word – the Bible.

In addition to regular weekly Faith Factory, Immanuel offers an exciting Christ-centered Youth Ministry program that reaches out in love to form honest relationships with students and their families, helping them to grow in faith and challenging them to live lives of worship and compassionate service.

We invite you to be a part of our ministry and would look forward to answering any questions you may have.

About Our School

About Immanuel Lutheran School

 

Immanuel Lutheran School is rooted in faith and aims to help each child develop spiritually, academically, emotionally and physically. Immanuel offers a solid, high level academic program for students in grades preschool thru 8th. Curriculum at Immanuel is designed to help all students succeed.

Our upper grade math program is differentiated by a student’s current performance, allowing individualized instruction; science classes utilize our well-equipped science lab, enabling students to perform experiments to aid in learning, and through our reading and writing program most students learn to read in Kindergarten.

Our LEAP program meets learning exceptionalities needs from needing extra academic help to needing more challenge. Extracurricular activities offer something for everyone and include a wide variety of sports, music, and drama options. See our school programs for more information.

Family involvement is expected as we work with parents to optimize each child’s experience at Immanuel. Volunteer activities range from the Parent-Teacher League (PTL), to room parents and coaching assistance. Families enjoy Immanuel as a nurturing community. For information on student enrollment, volunteer opportunities, and other things involving Immanuel Lutheran School, please visit our school section.