The Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 15th, 2022

10:30am Service, Bulletin, click here

Service Times:

Divine Service 1st & 3rd Sundays
Service of the Word 2nd & 4th Sundays at 10:30am

Sunday

 Adult  Bible study - 9:15am

 Children's Sunday School - 9:30am 

News:

Saturday, May 21st at 9:00 a.m. is the Parsonage "spruce up" day. Come out and help us clean up and prepare for Pastor Slater and family to join us in June! Any questions contact a Trustee, Dale, Russ or Tyler. Thanks!

**Save the date! ** VBS at Immanuel Lutheran Church on July 31-August 5 from 5:45 pm to 8:15 pm. Supper will be served each evening. Pre-K - 5th graders welcome! All students and volunteers please register by June 15, 2022, by clicking here or on the image below. Contact Brenda Vogts at 620-654-6116 or brendavogts@gmail.com if any questions.

 

Rev. Tim Meyer is serving as our Vacancy Pastor. Please welcome him to our congregation.  

Starting Sunday, March 6th, Adult Bible study will begin a new start time, 9:15am. 

The New Member class is now meeting on Sundays at Noon. 

Please click here or look below to see the calendar of events, online. 

During a Call meeting on Sunday, March 13th, members voted to extend a call to Rev. Troy Slater of Faith Lutheran, Richmond, Mo. Updates as they become available about the Vacancy process, will be available by clicking here

UPDATE: Wednesday, April 6th, 2022, Rev. Troy Slater contacted our Call Committee and expressed his decision to accept our Call here at Immanuel, Canton. Rev. Slater's Installation service will be on Saturday, June 25th, 2022 at 2:00pm. Make plans to attend and Welcome Rev. Slater and his family.

Registration is opening soon for the LCMS National Youth Gathering this summer. Higher Things is also having a regional gathering.  Please consider having your youth attend.

Our District Office has made some recommendations about Moving Forward After Covid.  Please consider and share your thoughts on how this guidance relates to us with Immanuel's elected officers.

We are continuing to have our services in-person.  You may want to wear a mask.  You may want to sit in either the balcony or the fellowship hall.  We respect your choices in these matters.

Want something new to listen to?  Check out our sister sites:

https://www.kfuo.org

https://issuesetc.org

 

This Sunday's Readings:

He will glorify me,

for he will take what is mine

and declare it to you

Old Testament Reading:

Acts 11: 1 - 18

Epistle:

Revelation 21: 1 - 7

Holy Gospel:

John 16: 12 - 22

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