Songs & Hymns // Pastor Ward Young
Sermon // Pastor Ryan Fullerton
When churches memorize Scripture together, the members deepen their dependency upon God’s Word, grow in Word-centered friendships, enrich their prayers for one another, and build unity that is essential to the body of Christ (Ephesians 4:13–16, Colossians 3:14). This is why, with the aid of Fighter Verses, a ministry of Truth:78, Immanuel is seeking to memorize Scripture together throughout 2022. The weekly memory verse is shared in the bulletin, the Immanuel Connect, and implemented into the Sunday School hour, with helpful resources available here, in the Immanuel app, and also in the bookstore (coming soon). May the Word of Christ dwell in us richly during 2022, that we may teach and admonish one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in our hearts to God (Col. 3:16).
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The Immanuel Singles ministry is hosting a church-wide Night of Worship on November 12th, 6:00–7:30p in the auditorium! Everyone is invited to join our body, reflect on the goodness of God through song, and ring in the Christmas season! Little voices are welcome, but childcare will not be provided. Bring a snack to share for a time of fellowship to follow.
Immanuel Youth // On November 13th, we are thrilled to share a meal together with both our Immanuel Youth students AND their families at 12:00p in the Fellowship Hall. No agenda but to eat and enjoy one another's company! Don't miss these opportunities to fellowship with other Immanuel Youth families as we seek together to build the next generation into a community from all cultures where Christ is King.
On the menu for November: a Thanksgiving lunch! Please note: These lunches are potluck style, so we ask that you sign up here to bring an item if you plan to partake. You can drop off items in the Fellowship Hall kitchen before the Sunday School hour begins.
Mark your calendar for Wednesday, November 16th, 6:30–8:30p, for part two of Immanuel's Annual Members' Meeting. We hope that you will make plans to participate in this important meeting as the church gathers to make important decisions together
Join Pastor Andy Morris on a service-oriented mission trip to help Immanuel Community Church of New Orleans, LA, on Nov. 27th–Dec. 3rd. The purpose of the trip is to encourage ICC, our church plant, by physically helping them build their church building. Their project has faced several setbacks and they need our help. Personal trip costs are minimal as transportation, lodging, and some meals will be covered. Contact Pastor Andy by email at email@example.com if interested.
Immanuel Youth // Sometimes the simplest questions are the hardest to answer. For Christians, answering the question “Who is Jesus?” is vital to living the Christian life. This year’s D3 Winter Conference seeks to give students confidence in understanding Jesus.
D3 Winter Conference is a two-day discipleship conference on March 10th–11th hosted by Boyce College here in Louisville, crafted for Christian high school students (9th–12th) to develop and mature their faith. Join Immanuel Youth as we take a crew!
Interested? The early-bird rate is $30 which covers both registration and three meals. Deadline is December 1st for the early bird rate. Register here! Select Early-bird Group Registration and choose Immanuel Baptist Church (Louisville) from the dropdown menu.
Join our Immanuel Women's Ministry Director, Patti Withers, for a Gently and Lowly book study at the church building, Tuesday nights, 6 weeks, (Jan. 3rd–31st & Feb. 7th) from 7:00–8:30p. Free copy of book provided! Register here.
The Psalms say, "It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to your name, O Most High" (Ps. 92:1). This is how we seek to serve the saints through the Immanuel choir. If you're a member at Immanuel, would you consider joining us? This annual commitment consists of singing with the choir on four Sundays in the next year, as well as, attending all rehearsals (see the annual schedule below). Sight reading is not a requirement but choir members must have a moderate singing ability. Would you consider joining us over this next year as we seek to build Immanuel's choir? If so, sign up here! If you have any questions, email Pastor Ward Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choir sings in Sunday morning worship:
Oct. 9th, Dec. 18th, Feb. 19th, Apr. 9th
Fall rehearsal dates:
Sept. 20th, Sept. 27th, Oct. 4th, Nov. 29th, Dec. 6th, Dec. 13th
Jan. 31st, Feb. 7th, Feb. 14th, March 21st, March 28th, April 4th
Immanuel's beautiful facilities are a reminder of the kindness of our Lord and his love for the nations. The task of stewarding such a gift with excellence takes a team of faithful servants. The Lord has been very gracious to provide a residential internship for three Facility Care Interns.
We currently have immediate openings!
Our Facility Care Interns live in our intern triplex on Breckinridge St. adjacent to the church. Their responsibilities include: weekly cleaning of the church building, routine maintenance tasks as they are able (skills not required), and other tasks as assigned.
We are looking for single men who are members of Immanuel, who are striving to grow in holiness, and have 10 to 15 hours per week to serve the body of Christ, in exchange for a place to live with awesome Christian community!
Interested? Contact Scott Stringer at email@example.com.
Thank you so much for your continued worship of our great God through your faithful giving during this unique season. When we exclusively moved to mailed checks and online giving, you responded. Because of your sacrificial giving, we have been able to continue fully supporting our missionaries, our ministries, and our staff.
We are pleased to share that, not only can you give online, but you can now give in person once again! Giving boxes are located near the sanctuary exits.
Want a simple resource to help stay connected at Immanuel? Download the new Immanuel app here. While still currently a work in progress, expect to see future resources coming to the app that will integrate with Breeze to better serve our church body.
As we study our community we are seeking to identify the burdens, needs, and desires of our neighbors. The key to serving our community is to locate all available church assets and begin connecting them to these burdens and needs. As a church, God has equipped us with many gifts, talents, and resources to be used to serve one another, as well as, those around us. So, would you share the ways God has gifted you to serve? We would love to know! Please take a few minutes to fill out this gifts assessment form.
We are grateful to offer a nursing mothers' room located off the balcony on the 2nd floor. Furthermore, a cry room is available in the fellowship hall. Both locations offer the service streamed. For directions, view our building map by clicking the desired room above.