“This is how everyone will know you are My disciples…if you love one another.”  

- The Lord Jesus, John 13:35

At Immanuel, loving one another is not just a slogan.  It’s what we do.  If you stick around, you’ll find out that we will love you too.  

Jesus’ vision for the church was not just a building where people shake hands once a week.  He meant for the church to be a family: encouraging, praying for, and helping one another. 

At Immanuel, we help one another because we are a family, not a project.  We fellowship with one another because we love each other, not because of a program. We “rejoice with those who rejoice” and “mourn with those who mourn” (Romans 12:15). 

We would love for you to come and see!



You can find out a lot about somebody when you find out what they value. 

At Immanuel, we value people.  We greatly desire to see people come to know Jesus and love Him with all their soul. We seek new ways to show our neighborhood the personal love of God.

We value God’s Word.  We know God’s Word contains everything we need for life and Godliness” (2 Peter 1:3).  

And we value prayer. We see it as a privilege to pray for one another, our missionaries, and our community.