Scripture teaches us that the world is a fallen place. In a fallen world there are many situations of oppression and exploitation that tear down God's creation. As a people called to build up the kingdom of God, it is our duty to be a voice for those whose voices are not heard, to call out systems of exploitation, and to seek to transform unjust structures to be in harmony with God's purpose in all things.
Be careful for yourselves and for all the people God has given you. The Holy Spirit gave you the work of caring for this flock. (Acts 20:28)
No matter what your age or stage of life, we all experience times of change, challenge, difficulty and need. It is during those times that we need to know that we are not alone. Pastoral care is one of the ways in which we can come alongside people and help them through uncharted waters to arrive at a better place with health and wholeness.
Prayer – as a community of faith, we recognize the importance of prayer. Need prayer? We want to pray with you and for you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visits – when you are shut-in or you or a loved one is in hospital, we want to be able to support you the best we can. During Covid-19 restrictions, visits will typically be by phone, but in-person visits will resume as soon as possible. Please use our contact form to let us know of people who would benefit from visits.
Spring 2021 - two Bible studies are being offered at Immanuel this spring, both via Zoom.
Gospel of John Bible Study series on Thursdays from 10 – 11:30 a.m. beginning April 15th for 5 weeks. Facilitated by Rev. Nancy Yee. Please see the detailed information here Registration for this Bible Study has now closed.
Women of the Hebrew Scriptures Bible Study series on Thursdays from 7 – 9 p.m. beginning April 15th for 8 weeks. Facilitated by Rev. Winna Martin. Please see the detailed information HERE