This Week in Worship

For the week of November 20, 2017

 

Looking back on last weekend’s worship

(November 18 & 19)

God has blessed us with amazing riches, including forgiveness, hope, and an eternal future through Jesus.  As his servants, we respond to His generosity by managing these treasures by investing in the lives of others, so they may hear and believe the saving message of Jesus.  To those who have been given much, much is expected.  This generosity of time, talents, and treasure is the fruit of our faith in service to God and our neighbor.

 
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Looking forward to Thanksgiving worship

Contemporary Thanksgiving Eve Worship on Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 7:00 in the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center (across the street from First Immanuel). 

Traditional Thanksgiving Day Worship on Thursday, Nov. 23 at 9:00 at First Immanuel-Cedarburg. 

Traditional Thanksgiving Day Worship on Thursday, Nov. 23 at 9:00 at River of Life-Saukville. 

We gather together in the name of the Lord who created and redeemed us that we may give Him thanks and praise for His love which never fails!

 

Looking forward to this weekend’s worship

(November 25 & 26)

This weekend is the last of the Church Year.  We will hear how Jesus, shortly before His suffering and death for the sins of the world, is dining at the home of Simon the Leper.  During this meal, Jesus is anointed with expensive oil.  The disciples remark that this act of love was a waste of good resources.  The oil could have been sold, they reasoned, and the profit used for ministry purposes.

 

Take advantage of these opportunities to continue in the Word

 

Join us at First Immanuel for “Bible Blast!” Sunday School for the children, as well as a session for adults will be held for 20 minutes, from 10:10 – 10:30.  Adults will participate in “Sermon Rewind,” where we discuss the day’s sermon as to how it applies to our lives.

Materials for “TAKE 5” are still available to you! Prayer journals and devotional materials can be found on the welcome center in the church narthex.

 

“O, come, let us worship the Lord!”