Now through Feb 7th, bring in cans of soup for Immanuel’s food pantry.
Drop off in the “End Zone” (large green donation bin by the parking lot doors)
A “penalty flag” will be thrown for bringing in chicken noodle or tomato soup.
Let’s Tackle Hunger!!
We are now able to actively work with missionaries for the first time without ever leaving our home. You can volunteer as an online conversation partner with English language learners around the world! Give your partner the chance to practice their English skills with a native speaker. You also get to support the work our missionaries are doing! Classes are one hour a week, for six weeks. All you need is a webcam on your computer and a good internet connection. To sign up, go to servenow.lcms.org .
Sunday, Dec 20 at 4:00 p.m.
Immanuel Lutheran Church
200 N. Plum Grove Road
(parking lot is on Wood Street behind the church)
You are invited to a Service of Remembrance and Hope to remember in prayer, song, and readings our loved ones who have entered eternal life.
Holidays can be hard when you are grieving someone close. This beautiful candlelit service will help you to experience the amazing gift of God’s eternal presence with us, always. Bring family, friends, and neighbors.
Questions? Contact the church office at (847) 359.1549
Thank you to all who donated Socks for the Homeless. We were able to take 341 pairs of socks to Journeys The Road Home in Palatine. They were most grateful for the donation.
The homeless population is more prone to foot problems such as blisters and foot infections due to poor fitting shoes and feet getting wet in rain and snow. Bring in NEW SOCKS to the Church and put them in the plastic bin marked SOCKS FOR THE HOMELESS. Men’s, women’s, and youth socks are accepted. These will be given to JOURNEYS The Road Home and to Good Sam clients.
Want to support our school and get Great Tasting, Freshly Roasted Coffee? You order, R2O will roast, ship, & deliver delicious fresh coffee beans to your door! We are joining forces with Roast 2 Order (R2O), a local coffee roasting company - “Coffee with a Cause for Charities and Communities”. You can order single or multiple bags of fresh quality great tasting coffee whole beans, or ground to your specifications.
Simply shop on the website https://roast2order.shop/ and choose the type of freshly roasted coffee you want. Then in your order (within the notes of your order) please enter promo code IML-DK001.
R2O will donate between $1 - 2 per pound bag and it will be delivered to your home. You can choose one time orders or a monthly subscription. It’s that simple!
Every Sunday that communion is offered, it will also be offered on a drive-thru basis for those members who prefer to worship on our live streaming or via our phone broadcast. Communion will be available after the 10:00 a.m. service at 11:15 a.m for one hour starting on October 11. Communion is offered on the 2nd and 4th weekends of the month.
UPDATE: Collection date has been extended through September 30!
Hurricane Laura made landfall and left a wake of devastation, particularly to our neighbors in Louisiana. While it may seem like the bad news of 2020 is unrelenting, it is in times like these when we must come together as friends and neighbors- in the true American spirit, to lend aid in any way that we can. URLACHERehab, with help from our friends at Immanuel Lutheran Church and School-Palatine and Lind Dental Care, is proud to answer the call with a donation drive.
In partnership with our friends at Custom Trucking Chicago, supplies will be collected and delivered to the hardest hit areas of Louisiana. If you are able to give- please drop off donations (preferably from the list of essential items) to our drop off location by September 30.
We thank you in advance for your kind donations, and we look forward to continuing our goals to give back to communities in need. After all- we are one world, one community, one family.
Essential Donation Items:
Clothes (Any size)
Drop off donations in the Boy Scout trailers parked in Immanuel’s main parking lot near door # 2. Thank you for any donations you bring. You are acting as the Lord’s hands and feet to serve His children.
Beginning in October, Good Samaritan will be collecting socks for the homeless. Homeless people are more prone to foot problems, such as blisters and infections due to poor-fitting shoes and wet feet.
Shop now for NEW socks. Then starting October 1, bring them in and place them in the plastic bin marked “SOCKS FOR THE HOMELESS.” Men’s, women’s and youths’ socks are all accepted.
From the desk of Pastor Warren
What a blessing it was to install and commission Dr. Joy Mullaney, Kristy Heimsoth, and Anna Wozniak into ministry for our school last Sunday. God’s Spirit covered us with His presence and showed us how He is blessing Immanuel with the right workers coming onboard to serve with our already wonderfully gifted staff. God is positioning Immanuel right where it needs to be with the perfect alignment of teachers and staff to carry out His Calling upon us to reach children and their families for Christ through our school and into our community. Thank you for extending your hand of fellowship and support as you met our new team members at the outdoor reception following worship. I know it was a tremendous boost for Joy, Kristy, and Anna to meet you. Please continue to support them in their new roles, along with all of our teachers, with your ongoing prayers. Praise God from whom all blessings flow!
Pastor Warren Schilf