WHAT WE BELIEVE
East Immanuel has a legacy of standing for God's Truth.
At its most basic, this church has stood for the sanctity of God's Word (the Bible),
the sanctity of life (which starts at conception),
and the sanctity of marriage (with the definition of one man, one woman).
While we Love all people, we believe them to be made in the image of God and created equal,
not all ideas are equal and we will stand for God's Truth no matter what society or popular opinion may say.
We stand upon the Rock (the Lord Jesus) and His Word, and not upon the "shifting sands" of our time.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
East Immanuel is committed to serving Jesus Christ as an Army of Disciples that will affect the world for Him through the worship of God, witness to the world, and a ministy of love to one another.
East Immanuel accepts all the canonical books of the Old and New Testaments as whole and in all their parts as the divinely inspired, revealed, and inerrant Word of God and submits to this as the only infallible authority in all matters of faith and life. (Taken from East Immanuel Lutheran Church Constitution).
We Teach "Essential Doctrine Made Easy" by Norman Geisler to all new members.
It is truly an honor and privilege to serve God and the Kingdom of Heaven here at East Immanuel. My family and I have been at East Immanuel for over 10 years and love the ministry. It is an exciting time to share the love and truth of Christ to the community.
Pastor Chris Monson & Youth Leader Tracy Monson
Barb can be found diligently working on church business and activities Monday through Wednesday, 9:AM to 3:PM.
JOIN OUR COMMUNITY
Our community was formed over 100 years ago.
We want to share the joyous word of Jesus Christ and help comprehend the current state of the world through God.
Putting your faith in Him and throwing away judgment are the true ways of gaining inner strength.
We welcome people from all walks of life to join our community since all races are equal in front of Him.
As a community, we strive to make a difference in the lives of those around us.
From small gestures of goodwill to fundraising for charities close to our hearts,
we get involved in our neighborhoods and give back to the community.