Worship Hours & Services

Immanuel Offers Something for Everyone

Immanuel Worship TimesImmanuel offers both traditional and contemporary worship services. The traditional worship services include organ music, liturgy and hymns. The contemporary services are led by a praise ensemble consisting of a vocal team and instrumentalists.

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Traditional (Saturday 6:00 PM and Sunday 8:00 AM)

Immanuel offers a traditional worship setting on Saturday evening at 6:00 PM and Sunday mornings at 8:00 AM. These services, with hymns and liturgies are led in song from the organ, which is a beautiful and grand 37 rank Cassavant, positioned in the balcony of our beautiful and classically designed sanctuary. The service involves the use of the Lutheran Service Book weekly and the Lutheran Hymnal once a month. Communion is served for these services on the 1st and 3rd weekends of each month with an occasional children’s message.  While we encourage families to worship together so as to teach the faith to the Lord’s little lambs, we do offer on Sunday mornings a staffed nursery to care for your children.

Contemporary (Sunday 10:45 AM)

Immanuel also offers a contemporary worship setting on Sunday mornings at 10:45 AM. The service involves a worship leader and praise ensemble (consisting of singers and band) positioned at the front of our sanctuary, leading the congregation in a blend of contemporary praise songs and praise choruses. Communion is served at this service on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month with an occasional children’s message.  While we encourage families to worship together so as to teach the faith to the Lord’s little lambs, we do offer on Sunday mornings a staffed nursery to care for your children.

PPP – Piano, Prayer and Preaching (Wednesday 7:00 PM)

Our midweek worship with an informal feel is called Piano, Prayer and Preaching. These services are non-liturgical (led by piano playing and singing) and start at 7 PM Wednesday nights are not just “copies of the weekend” so come and be fed again.