Immanuel holds six worship services each week. You can click HERE for a list of services. Our traditional services are historically based and make use of the organ, choirs, and traditional liturgy, while our contemporary services use newer Christian praise and worship music and are led by praise teams. Our blended service uses elements of both. All services are centered around God’s Word, confession and absolution, the creeds, and the sacraments.
Our Immanuel Praise Team is made up of drums, guitar, bass guitar, acoustic/electric guitar, keys and vocals (high school aged and up). We play popular Christian music (generally post-2003) and lead the 11:00am and sometimes the 9:30am services. Our Immanuel North Praise Team also plays popular Christian music and leads the contemporary services at our satellite campus.
The Adult Choir is made up of approx. 30 men and women (high school aged and up). We sing 2-4 part sacred choral music that ranges from Baroque-era pieces by Bach and Handel to modern church music composers. We rehearse weekly and sing 1-2 times per month at the traditional and blended services.
The Handbell Choir is made up of 10-12 women (though men are welcome too!) that rehearse weekly and help lead the traditional services, generally once a month. We play sacred music and will occasionally accompany the organ/piano in leading hymns in worship.
The Men’s Chorus started as an offshoot of the adult choir back in 2015, and since then we have grown to a group of approx. 10 men that help lead worship 1-2 times a month at the traditional and blended services. We also rehearse weekly and sing music from Bach to the present day.