Adults at Immanuel

It’s not all just for the kids.

No matter what stage of adulthood you are in, there are educational ministries available for you.

Adult Sunday School

Just like the kids, we are growing in our faith. Every Sunday, the adults are welcome to join the Adult Sunday School class as we question and learn. We are always open to new perspectives.

Pub Theology

The pub has always been a safe place to discuss whatever was on your minds. That is the idea behind Pub Theology. There is no structure behind this chance to learn. Just grab a drink and we’ll see where the conversation leads us! Contact Pastor Joanne for details about our next trip to the pub.


Wellness on Wednesdays

This is hands down, one of our most popular ministries! WOW is an opportunity for members of our church community and local area (55+ years old) to come together for a meal and a presentation about a fun new topic from a local expert.

Upcoming Topics

Nov. 7 – ‘Reiki’ – Learn about this eastern relaxation and stress reduction technique that promotes healing.  Reiki practitioner Tom Lombardo will provide insight into this ancient practice and answer any questions you may have.

Nov. 14 – ‘The Beauty of the Harpsichord’ – Musician Scott Hanson will fill our fellowship hall with the amazing sounds of the harpsichord.  Be sure to join us for this unique opportunity to enjoy harpsichord music!

Nov. 21 – ‘A Musical Treat’ – Accomplished pianist Eugene Boldewskul will perform for us once again.  His choices of piano pieces, along with his wonderful musical abilities, always amaze us.

Nov. 28 – ‘Oasis Senior Advisor Information’ – Lane Keating, an Oasis Senior Advisor, will explain the free, personalized services she can offer to seniors and their families who are looking for assisted living and/or memory care options.

Dec. 5 – ‘Viking River Cruise – Part 1’ – World traveler, George Vorhauer, will share his experiences/pictures of his wonderful river cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam.


Dec. 12 – ‘Viking River Cruise – Part 2’ – Hear/see “the rest of the story” this week as George Vorhauer shares the completion of the Budapest to Amsterdam river cruise he and his wife Carol enjoyed so much!

Dec. 19 – ‘Buffalo Soldiers’ – We welcome Bing Reaves who will guide us through this interesting fast forward history of African American Soldiers from 1866 – 1948.  We will hear an explanation of the uniforms, equipment, weapons and bugle calls used by the Cavalry in the 1800s. 

(An extra treat:  Lorilyn’s granddaughter, Eden Snyder, will be available this morning to share her terrific talents in painting nails – with holiday embellishment too, if you so desire!)

Dec. 26 – No WOW!  – due to the Christmas holiday

Have Kids?

Children spend almost eight hours every day using computers, the TV, cell phones, video games, and other digital media, reports the Kaiser Family Foundation. Find ways for family members to thrive when using the media while creating a balanced approach to the way family members spend their time.

Worship is a gathering of our entire community and involves many people of all ages. Would your children like to help with worship? If they would like to try acolyte, crucifer, ushering, reading or greeting, please talk to Pastor Joanne and she will make sure you get the training, the help and the support you need.

Encourage one another to pray regularly, even when it’s hard to think of what you want to say or you can’t remember who needs your prayers. Learn to look at your hand to help you recall at least five prayer petitions or intentions.