Education Hour

Join us Sunday mornings from 9:30-10:20

for our Education Hour.

For Children

Sunday School

For all children in Preschool-6th Grade

Join Miss Martha in the Children's Ministry Room (#113) for singing, a Bible lesson, crafts, activities,
and of course fun!

Want more information? Contact Miss Martha at

msemanko@immanuelloveland.org

For Youth

Confirmation

For 7th & 8th Graders

Join Amy Meyer & Stasi Engleman in Room 202

9th Grade Confirmands

Meet with Jim Found in Room 203

High School Bible Study

High Schoolers are welcome to join Rachel in the

Youth Room (#201)

Want more information? Contact Rachel, our DCE Intern, at rnorem@immanuelloveland.org

For Adults 

“Living a Baptized Life in a Privatized Culture” 

What does it look like to live as a baptized child of God? Our culture shapes and forms us to see the world as an individual in a consumeristic marketplace. How does that change the way we view our faith, our church, and our relationship with others? God is calling us to be his image-bearer to the world; that is, to show others who our God is through the way we interact with them. How is this different than interacting with our world as a consumer? You are invited to come join the conversation!

Led by Kathy Schlecht in Room 112.

“White Fragility – the Racial Philosophy that is Dividing America – A Christian Perspective” 
We all know that our culture is broken, and we are all born with different privileges and positions in life.  As such we all have very different life experiences.  Books like “White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism” do well in challenging us to consider some of these issues and remember the plight of those less fortunate.  As followers of Jesus we certainly need to be aware and sensitive to these issues. But what if trying to identify, support, and listen to those on the forefront of the antiracism fight requires the acceptance of ideas that are diametrically opposed to the Gospel and plain teaching of Scripture?  What if words we have used for generations now mysteriously seem to have completely new meanings?  What can be done if identifying as a Christian, or having the wrong skin color, gender, or age automatically places someone in the unchangeable role of an oppressor? How, did this happen? As Christians how can we be salt and light to our hurting and divided world in such troubling times?  The stakes couldn’t be much higher. If you are interested in wrestling with some of these issues, please join us.

Led by Joe Sarr and Greg Northrup in Room 208.

Beth Moore study on the Vine and Branches 

In the book of John, Jesus said, “I am the Vine and you are the Branches.”  We will unpack this with Beth Moore using video, Bible readings and discussion.  This is a no homework necessary format and is suitable for all women!  If you like a workbook, the “Chasing Vines” group experience guide will be the resource to get.

Led by Gail Hein in Room 205.

Tension Points between Our Christian Faith
and Our Culture

Nine issues critically divide us and the secular world around us. We who are joined with our Lord in the Sacrament of Holy Baptism are called to live confidently and with courage as lights, as salt of the earth,
and to be the 'city on a hill' where people
can find hope in difficult times.

Led by Pastor Al and Jerry Austin and they meet in
Room 54 (Church Library).

Want more information?

Reach out to our Church Office at churchoffice@immanuelloveland.org

Sunday Morning Adult Education Recordings

This class will provide an opportunity to learn more about what we believe and teach here at Immanuel as we cover some of the basic foundational elements of our ministry together. This is open to people new to Immanuel as well as those who would appreciate a refresher in the basics of our Christian faith.

Led by Pastor Glen in Room 36.

Want more information?
Reach out to Pastor Glen at gschlecht@immanuelloveland.org

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WORSHIP

8:00am: Classic Grace

9:30am Education Hour

10:30am: Contemporary Joy

 

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