Christian Growth

At Immanuel we believe that as Christians we are to "grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." (2 Peter 3:18). For that reason we offer multiple ways for everyone of all ages to be nurtured in the faith, not only on Sunday, but all throughout the week. 

Sunday Christian Growth Time

9:15am-10:15am

Join us each Sunday during our Christian Growth Time to deepen your faith and understanding of the scriptures. Adult Bible study is year-round. Children and Youth will kick-off on September 10th with our Kid's carnival. 

  • Children| We welcome children from preschool- 5th grade to meet in our fellowship hall located in our lower level for  Sunday School.
  • Middle School-High School| Lovingly called "the youth", our older kids gather for bible study and discussion in our Choir practice room located off the balcony above the narthex. 
  • Adult| The young at heart gather in our sanctuary for Bible study and engaging conversation. 

Weekday Christian Growth

If Sunday morning isn't your cup of coffee, we offer opportunities throughout the week to grow and be nurtured in your walk with Jesus.

  • Wednesday| 5-7pm @ Immanuel Lutheran School

    EPH4 has something for everyone. We start with dinner where feed your body and then we head into breakout sessions for all ages to feed our souls. This night of ministry is so huge we had to give it it's own page on our website. Click on the image to learn more!

  • Thursday| 6:30am @ Grace's Family Resturant

    This is our longest continuously running Bible study and yet another opportunity to feed both the body and the soul. This great group of adults faithfully meet each week studying a variety of topics from books of the bible to World Religions. Come hungry. 

  • Friday| 6am @ Immanuel Lutheran School

    This one is for the men! Yeah it's early, but we have coffee and donuts and a great bible study. Come discover for yourself what it is like to be encouraged by other men of the faith or as the proverb says "Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another."