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Rev. Laura Yurs, Pastor

An unsupervised nursery is available during worship for young children

This Week at Immanuel


Daytime Fellowship and Study Time at 9:30a


Lenten Service at 7p
Senior Choir Practice following service


Wednesday Night Small Group- 7p


Donkey Walk- 8:45a



Please sign our guest register if you would like to register your visit. Speak with Pastor Laura Yurs or a member of our congregation if you are interested in church membership or knowing more about becoming part of our Immanuel UCC family. Wherever you are on your life’s journey, we welcome you and invite you to be with us again and again! Restrooms are located on the lower level. In accordance with Immanuel UCC’s Safe Sanctuary Guidelines, an unsupervised nursery is available during our worship service for parents and their young children in the Sunday School room at the rear of the church sanctuary. Parents are responsible for the supervision of their children at all times while on the church premises.

Attention Choir Members

Starting Ash Wednesday (Feb 24), the choir will rehearse after the mid-week service on Wednesdays, until after Easter.

These Days daily devotional booklets

These Days daily devotional booklets are available on the back table for anyone who would like to take one home with them. Please note there are a limited number of large print booklets in addition to the regular print.

The Wednesday night Small Group

The Wednesday night small group is meeting on Thursday nights until the week after Easter. We’ve started our study of the Heidelberg Catechism. Call Gail Gottsacker @ 565.2672 for more information.

Wednesday Evening Lenten Services

Wednesday Evening Lenten Services: Please consider joining us for a worship service at 7:00pm each Wednesday throughout this Lenten season. The theme for our Lenten observance this year is A Season of Simple Gifts. Come to give and receive gifts both simple and profound. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!
The offerings collected during the Lenten services will go to support two missions of our wider church. Half of the Lenten offering will go to UCC Disaster Relief Ministries, earmarked for aid to Puerto Rico. The other half will go to support the good work of LaVerne’s Food Pantry, which works out of St. John’s United Church of Christ to serve the hungry of Sheboygan County.

Lenten Protein Drive!

The Mission Committee invites you during this Lenten season, not to give-up, but to give to others! The Sheboygan County Food Bank is always in need of protein-rich nonperishable food items (things like canned tuna, canned chicken, peanut butter, and beans). We will be collecting these protein-rich items during Lent and dedicating them during worship on Easter Sunday. Please bring what you can, when you can. There is a bin in the sanctuary labeled Lenten Protein Drive. Please leave your items there, and the Mission Committee will see they get to the Food Bank. Thank you!

One Great Hour of Sharing UCC Special Mission Offering

On-going through Sunday, March 25th we will be collecting gifts for One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS), one of the five UCC Special Mission Offerings. OGHS involves you in disaster, refugee/immigration, and development ministries throughout the world. When a disaster strikes or people are displaced or made refugees by violence or extreme poverty, you are part of the immediate response and of the long-term recovery. Through OGHS you engage in holistic development programs including health care, education, agriculture, food sustainability, micro-financing and women’s empowerment. Because the UCC relates in mutual partnership to churches and organizations through Global Ministries and worldwide response & recovery networks, your contributions to One Great Hour of Sharing put you in the right place at the right time for the relief, accompaniment and recovery of the most vulnerable. You meet immediate needs and you address the underlying causes that create those needs in the first place. Envelopes for the One Great Hour of Sharing offering will be available in the pews in the sanctuary throughout the month of March. Please consider giving generously to this mission of our wider church.

Daytime Fellowship and Study Group

The Daytime Fellowship and Study group will be meeting on Tuesday, March 20th at 9:30a.m., upstairs in the back Sunday School room. All are welcome!

Palm Sunday Donkey Walk


Please join us on Palm Sunday, March 25th at 8:45 a.m. for our Fourth Annual Donkey Walk. We will meet outside the Campus Center at Lakeland University and walk to church together waving palms and following a donkey...or two…or maybe even three this year! Refreshments for a fellowship time will be provided by the Consistory in the Fellowship Hall at church following the walk. All ages are invited and encouraged to participate! If you’d rather not walk, feel free to follow behind in your vehicle.

Maundy Thursday Tenebrae Readers Needed

If you’d be interested in participating as a reader in our upcoming Maundy Thursday service on Thursday, March 29th at 7:00p.m. please speak with Rev. Laura. Thanks!

Organ Transplants and Organ Recipients Presentation

The Women's Fellowship would like to invite all Ladies and Gentlemen to hear Sue Gabsch (nurse) on her presentation on Organ Transplants and Organ Recipients on  Monday, April 2 at 6:30 here at church downstairs in the Fellowship Hall.  There will be refreshments to follow.   Any questions, see Elverta Reinemann or Laurie Lorenz.

Service of Remembrance and Hope

on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Wednesday, April 4th at 6:30pm at Immanuel UCC
Immanuel UCC will be hosting a service honoring the legacy and dream of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his tragic assassination. Folks from around our surrounding community have been invited to attend. Volunteers from Immanuel are kindly requested to participate as readers in the service and to provide refreshments for the fellowship time following the service. Please speak with Rev. Laura if you’re available to help. Thanks!

Bulletin Sponsors Needed!

Sponsoring a bulletin is a great way to honor or remember a special person or event, anniversary or birthday. We are also looking for people who are willing to sponsor a bulletin for other Sundays in 2018. The cost is $10/Sunday. Please contact Ed or Kristy Pahl. Thank you!

Weather Announcements

Your safety is our first priority. In case of bad weather, Immanuel UCC will notify WISN-TV 12,, WBAY-TV 2, and Please check those stations for up-to-date information. The decision to close will be made at least one hour ahead of the event.

Closed Doors

Year-round we need to remember to close ALL doors EXCEPT the one downstairs that leads to the back hallway and stairs on the north side of church. This needs to be done to ensure that we do not waste valuable resources. Thank you!

Assisted Listening Devices

We have several assisted listening devices that are available for use during worship. Please see Mike Gottsacker to get one.

Large Print Bulletins

Large Print Bulletins are available for members who are visually impaired. Please see an usher if you would like one.

Northeast Wisconsin Association Web Site

Please check out the Northeast Wisconsin Association United Church of Christ web site for invitations/involvement in the wider life of our area churches. What a joy to share life in the Spirit! Also check out the United Church of Christ website for weekly devotions and UCC news.

Area Events

Pine Haven Menís Chorus

at St Johnís UCC on Sunday March 25, 2018 at 10:00a

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