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Worship Schedule

September-May

Sunday School

8:45AM-10:00AM

Sunday Worship

10:00AM-11:00AM

June-Labor Day

Sunday School

Summer Recess

Sunday Worship

9:00AM-10:00AM

Rev. Laura Yurs, Pastor

An unsupervised nursery is available during worship for young children

This Week at Immanuel

Tuesday

Daytime Fellowship 9:30am

Sunday

Sunday School 8:45am

Worship 10am

Announcements

WE WELCOME ALL TO WORSHIP WITH US.

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.

Confirmation-related dates to remember:

  • Wednesday, October 16th at 6:00pm will be a joint activity and meal with youth from Bethel UCC and Bethlehem UCC. A couple of adult volunteers are needed; please see Rev. Laura if you’re able to help that night.

Save the date:

On Sunday, November 3rd after worship there will be a congregational meeting to decide about moving forward with our proposed steeple repair project and to consider financing options. Please plan on attending to add your voice to the continued work of our church.

Daytime Fellowship and Study group

The Daytime Fellowship and Study Group will be meeting on Tuesday, October 15th at 9:30a.m. All are welcome!

These Days daily devotional booklets

Copies of the new edition of the These Days daily devotional booklets are available on the tables near both sanctuary entrances for anyone who would like to take one home with them. Please note there are a limited number of large print booklets.

From the Mission Committee:

Beginning today and continuing through Sunday, November 3rd the Mission Committee invites you to help us collect hats, gloves, and socks for the Sheboygan County Warming Center. The Warming Center is open during the coldest months of the year for those who seek comfort and warmth. Doors are open from 7:00pm-9:00pm. A light dinner is provided and warm things like socks, hats, and gloves are given to those who need them. Guests may leave after dinner or stay for the night. Help us to keep the homeless in our community warm this winter by bringing donations of hats, gloves, and socks to church with you over the next four weeks. There is a table in the sanctuary where you may place your donations. Thank you

Hurricane Relief

The United Church of Christ is helping with long term recovery following Hurricane Dorian. Your contribution for hurricane survivors means providing community support for holistic recovery, repairing house and home for families and children and restoring dignity for the most vulnerable who have lost everything in the wake of catastrophic events. Gifts to support hurricane relief and recovery efforts can be made directly through Immanuel. All you need to do is indicate on your check or envelope that you desire your contribution to go toward hurricane relief, and we will see that it gets to the United Church of Christ disaster relief fund.

 

Immanuel Messenger Articles due

Articles for the upcoming Immanuel Messenger are due on October 21. This would be for November and December.

Neighbors in Need Special Mission Offering

We will be collecting gifts for the annual Neighbors in Need Special Mission Offering of the United Church of Christ Beginning today through Sunday, October 27th. Envelopes can be found in your pew. Neighbors in Need supports ministries of justice and compassion throughout the United States. One-third of Neighbors in Need funds support the Council for American Indian Ministry(CAIM). Two-thirds of the offering is used by the UCC's Justice and Witness Ministries(JWM) to support a variety of justice initiatives, advocacy efforts, and direct service projects through grants. Neighbors in Need grants are awarded to churches and organizations doing justice work in their communities. These grants fund projects whose work ranges from direct service to community organizing and advocacy to address systemic injustice. Thank you for your generous support of this mission of our wider church!

Rural Church Fellowship

 A mission trip to Back Bay Mission in Biloxi MS is scheduled for June 13-21, 2020. Fundraising events for the mission trip are planned - Chili Cook-off Nov 17th at Laacks Hall in Johnsonville and Brat Fry on March 28 at Piggly Wiggly in Kiel.
Please contact Carol Knoener for more information. 565-7860.

Assisted Listening Devices

We have several ssisted 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.

The Annual United Church Men and Women’s Scholarship Banquet

The Annual United Church Men and Women’s Scholarship Banquet is scheduled for 6:30pm on Thursday, October 17th at Lakeland University. Our congregation faithfully supports this scholarship program each year, so you are invited to attend the banquet, meet the scholarship recipients, and learn more about the program that evening. Please speak to Rev. Laura or a member of the Consistory if you have interest in attending.

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. www.neaucc.org 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

Ham Dinner

Eat in and/or Carry Outs
Sunday, October 20, 2019 11:30am—1:00pm at St. James UCC 13312 Pioneer Rd., Newton, WI 53063
Dinner will include: Ham, German Potato Salad, Dinner Rolls, Corn, Applesauce, Coleslaw, Pumpkin & Apple Pie
Adults $10.00/ea. Children (6-12) $5.00/ea. Children (5 & under) Free
Thank You for supporting “Our Church’s Wider Mission”

 

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