Immanuel eNewsletter
February, 2017
Happy Valentine's Day!
In This Issue
Worship with Us!    
"So, no matter what I say, what I believe, and what I do, I'm bankrupt without love.  Love never gives up.  Love cares more for others than for self.  Love doesn't want what it can't have.  Love doesn't strut."
     1 Corinthians 13:7 NSRV
These words are meant for everyday of our lives.  Give love away every time you get a chance.  May you celebrate Valentine's Day every day of your life.




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Call Committee
The members of the Call Committee are as follows: Pam Juergens, Judy Guy, Paul Sepe, Trygve Kittelson, Mikella Plitzuweit and Greg Bunge. 
Two alternate members: Andy Smith, Trish Fry-Misener.  Please, pray for the work of this committee that they will be guided by the Spirit throughout the process.
Survey Team
We would like to thank everyone who took the survey for their time and efforts. We received responses from over 25% of our church. The next pastoral search survey will be out Feb 1st. Look for paper copies at the welcome center and online.
The Survey Team has been formed to collect and organize information which represents the needs of Immanuel Lutheran Church. The Team members are: Glenn Moehling, Julie Kolb, Robyn Bakken, George Steffen, Amy Peterburs, Sean Payne, and Lawrence Carstensen.
Contact Information for the Church Council
The church council, Pastors and staff are eager to be available during the call process. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us for prayer needs, spiritual guidance, help, information about the call process, and fellowship. We pledge to work hard with you and for you in the days ahead. We also promise to keep you well informed as we receive information. Contact the church office if you need a Church Directories. Contact Council Members for Monthly Financial Statements and Council Meeting Minutes.  
Scot Hodkiewicz - President: 262-903-9663,
Lynsey Fleck - Vice President: 608-438-5625,
Johnalee Kawalec: 262-581-3042,
Jim Gaugert: 262-949-46-26,
Kristin Larkin: 414-491-1969,
Matt Dahlgren: 262-379-1069,
Jody Teske: 262-215-0714,
Frank Peiler: 815-678-2642,
Matt Schulz: 773-848-4487,
Heidi Schuessler: 262-745-1917,
Barb Kwiatkowski: 262-215-9614,
Doug Bartz: 414-339-7661,
Immanuel's Blood Drive
Immanuel's Blood Drive with the Blood Center of Wisconsin is Monday, March 6th from 2:00-7:00 p.m.  here at Immanuel Lutheran Church. To make an appointment contact Ken Field
262-374-1795 or visit the Blood Center link:


Youth Quake 2017, March 24th thru 26th.
Our Middle School Youth Quake weekend in the Wisconsin Dells is fast approaching!! We are so excited! Youth from churches all over, come together to grow in faith and our relationship with Jesus. The kids will experience a weekend of fun, fellowship, and worship with nationally known Christian bands and speakers. They will get a chance to participate in small and large group activities and service projects. Never mind the fact that it is held at the Wilderness Hotel and WATERPARK!! The youth will also have time to hit the slides with friends and leaders. The fee this year is $204.00 with the option of fundraising to help offset the cost. Our Youth Group is currently selling super awesome T- shirts that were designed with the mission of shining Gods light in the community. You can find an order form in your church bulletin, or in the gathering space at church! T-shirt sales END FEBRUARY 1st. We would love for every student to be able to join us for this event! If you are in the midst of a financial hardship, please let us know as scholarships are available.   The option to sponsor a student, should this be on your heart, would be such a gift and a blessing to those that otherwise wouldn't have the opportunity to go. Please contact Holly Bromeland or Sarah Beauregard with any questions.

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 February 8:15 Service

February 9:45 Service

February 11:07 Service

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Serving in the Military

John Allison, Chris Bollwahn, Jimmy Flores, Robert Knowlton, Alex Novak, Brian Novak, Tim Sireno, Andy Sireno, Ben Swatek, Jacob Swatek, Daniel Tschida.
In Hospice Care
Ray Christian
Ruth Johnson

Health and Strength
Tony Arneson, Tom Bernacchi, Christie Bevon, Pat Bogart, Mike Brody, Anne Chant, Ray Christian, Andy Elston, Gary Garvin, Andrew Garza, Trinity Galicila, Kelsie Hanneman, Reggie Johnson, Ruth Johnson, The Family of Herman Keisler, Mary Klein, Tom Kirby, Mike Lathrop, Margaret McCabe, Rich McWherter, Jean Madaus, Randy Miller, Larry Moe, Mickey Petranek, Bea Riley, Maria Ruby, Tom Schinke, Rick Schoultz, Adam Schroer, Patricia Vaughn Finney,Jeanne Vorpagel, Sara Wahlstedt, Carolyn Warfield, Erin Wester, William, Aime Yakes, Sophia Zematis.  

+ Betty Keisler and family at the loss of her beloved husband, Herman, who died to the Lord on January 13th.
+ Robert Kloppstein, son of Ruth Kloppstein, died in Christ on December 14th.

Serving on the Mission Field


Zach  & Misa Harrod, Jenn and Jason Byers, Karen Flowers, Chris and Irene Okuna, Ginger Peterson, Nathan Bloechl


Expecting a Child!
Christina Alonzo
Zach  & Misa Harrod

+ Congratulations to Brenton & Rachel Stettne on the baptism of their son, Colton Reed Stettner on January 15th.

New Member

Andrew Meyers
863 Hunters Ridge Dr.
Genoa City, WI 53128
The Bells of Immanuel
Immanuel's celebrated handbell choir rings recognizable church music, including traditional repertoire, classical sacred literature, and more recent compositions. The Bells of Immanuel rehearse on Sundays from 9:15-10:00AM downstairs in the music room. No musical training is necessary!!! If you can't commit to every Sunday, talk to director Ellen Hanson about being a bell substitute ringer! Contact Ellen at if you are interested or just show up for rehearsal. She will show you how to ring and which part to read.
Jubilate Choir: Rehearses Wednesday, 6:45 PM
Jubilate choir, a mixed ensemble intended for ALL singers regardless of musical training and age, is continuing weekly rehearsals on Wednesdays at 6:45PM!!! Please help spread the invitation to new members, cherished longtime members, and even non-churched community members who love to sing! We encourage newcomers always and eagerly welcome your participation. Contact John Ivan at for more information.
Praise Team: Rehearses Wednesdays, 8:00 PM
Praise Team members vibrantly lead contemporary worship songs each week at 9:45 and 11:07, help lead special services throughout the year, and represent Immanuel in the community. We are blessed immeasurably by their dedication and superb leadership! Weekly rehearsals are Wednesday nights at 8:00PM! Some musical training is necessary and members are required to attend rehearsals. Contact John Ivan at if you are interested in joining the team!
Special Music
Special music offerings throughout the year offer depth and variety to worship, and allow numerous people an opportunity to share their musical gifts at Immanuel. We are blessed through solos, duets, special anthems, and Sunday School Singers that inspire and bring us to tears! Vocalists and instrumentalists are encouraged to share their God given talents as musical offerings. Please contact John Ivan at to schedule a time to share your unique gifts at Immanuel!

Prayer Requests
We appreciate all of your prayer requests each week! We want to continue praying for all individuals because we know how powerful prayer is in the lives of so many. On the first of the new month, we will restart the prayer list. If someone needs to stay on the list, just let Bethany know by using the worship card found in the weekly bulletin, calling the church office (262.248.4211), emailing Bethany at, or dropping off a note in the church office. We want your requests, so we can continue praying for those in need. Contact Bethany if you have any questions.
Sunday Offering Counters
If anyone has a talent with numbers and money and would like to use it at church, we are looking for counters for the 2017 church year. Please sign-up now! We will teach you all you need to know. Thanks! Jeri Gaugert & Kate Harrod!
Assistance with Parking on Sundays
Assistance with parking is available on Sunday mornings. Inquire at the Welcome Center if valet parking would help you, and we will add you to the schedule.
Worship Schedule Sign-up
Immanuel has an URGENT need for individuals to help with our Worship services on Sundays. Sign-up to help lead worship on Immanuel's website:  C lick on "Worship Sign Up" and choose the month and service you would like to help. The positions that need to be filled are highlighted in yellow.  Click in the box or by the number, and type your name.  When you exit, it automatically saves your name in that spot.  Anyone who clicks on the link will see the updated version. 
There is also a sign-up board in the Fellowship Hall to manually sign-up if you prefer to do it that way.   Or email me dates, times and the position you would like to fill.  Thank you, again, for your willingness to serve!  You are a gift!  Know you are loved! Evie Schulz, Ministry Coordinator

Welcome Center Volunteers
Do you like to meet people? We are looking for some fun people to be on the Welcoming Team.  They set up coffee and water in the Welcome Center, greet and help connect visitors to members between services. Visitors to Immanuel always comment on how welcoming Immanuel is. We are incredibly grateful for your help! Contact Edith Draper at 248-1861 with any questions.
Parking on Sundays and Special Services
Able bodied members are encouraged to park in the outer parking stalls or the Middle School Lot when they can, so visitors and seniors can be closer to the entrances. Many Thanks! It's a wonderful challenge to be short on parking spaces! Praise God, who gives the growth!!
Coffee Hour
Beverages are available following the first service at the Welcome Center Counter in the Gathering Space.  Help yourself to information about Immanuel on the counter. 
Our Coffee Hour follows the first service in the Fellowship Hall. Join us for treats, beverages, and conversation.  It's a great way to meet new friends, and to share in fellowship with others.  All are welcome!!  Fellowship is a fundamental need for a thriving church. Many thanks to those who help serve for these two ministries!  We can always use more help. If you're interested in helping, we need you!!  Sign up on the Worship Card. Thanks!

Tuesday Morning Mom and Tots Bible Study
This Tuesday Morning Mom and Tots Small Group meets at 9:30 am in the Community Room / Library. This group is studying "Shepherding a Child's Heart." Contact facilitator, Sarah Beauregard with any questions at 414-699-9156.
Wednesday Morning Bible Study
This Wednesday Morning Bible Study meets on Wednesdays, at 9:30 am in the Conference room. This group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. Contact Jill Rosenthal at 262-248-7491 with any questions.
Women's Thursday Morning Bible Study
This Women's Thursday Morning Bible Studymeets on Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. in the Youth Room off Fellowship Hall. Study: "Remarkable Women of the Bible."Contact Shari Lundberg, facilitator, with any questions 262-245-6212.
Men's Friday Small Group Bible Study
A Men's Small Group Bible Studymeets on Friday from 6:45 - 8:00 am at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Facilitator: Ken Field, 262-374-1795.a.m. All Are Welcome!
Women's Friday Morning Bible Study
The Women's Friday Morning Bible Study meets on Fridays at 9:30 the Conference room. Starting February 3rd we will be starting an 8 week study of "Lost Mysteries of the Bible" ( A National Geographic Series).Facilitators are Janet Kelly 262-374-3823 and Arlene Redell 262-215-6000.
Saturday Morning Bible Study
The Saturday Morning Bible Study meets on Saturday, February 11th at 10:00 a.m. at Janet Yakes's home, 3127 South Road, Lake Geneva. The study is "First Corinthians" Contact Trish at 262-949-2480.


Sunday Morning Nursery Staff

A nurseryis provided during worship for children 4 and under to the left of the Sanctuary. Children over 5 years are encouraged to join their families during worship. Little treats are available on the coffee bar counter. Grab a "busy bag" for your pre-schooler at the entrance to the worship space, and
return it to the stand when the service is finished.
First Communion Class
First Communion Class will be held on Sunday, February 5th at 12:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Pizza will be served. Contact Pastor Martha if you would to attend.
Sunday School
Our next date for our Sunday School students to grace us with their singing is February 12th. We will sing at the end of the 1st service and the beginning of the 2nd. They will then go to their Sunday School classes as normal. We will be meeting at 8:30 in the downstairs area.
Sunday School meets during the 9:45 service.  After the announcements, Sarah will give the children's message.  The children will return to service during the offering.  This ensures that they are able to commune with their families.  We welcome children: preschool (3 and 4 year olds that are potty trained) through fifth grade.  Contact our Children's Ministry Director, Sarah Beauregard, with any questions at 248-4211.
Just For Kids
JFK isBefore and After School Care for elementary school kids, ages 7-11 which meets Monday-Friday, from 6:00-8:15 a.m., and 3:45-6:00 p.m. We have bus transportation to and from Star Center, Central Denison and Eastview schools. Register your child for the fall school year now! We have a limited number of spaces available. There is a $25 registration fee. For more information contact Holly Bromeland at 248-4211.
Early Release Day
Hello families! The next Early Release Day is Thursday, February 9th.  If you are looking for a fun, engaging, and safe environment for your child during that time, look no further! We are also looking for volunteers to help with this great ministry. Please see Sarah or Holly for details. 
JFK Job Opening
JFK is looking for enthusiastic individuals to fill in shifts for our morning and afternoon Before & After School Program. This is a paid position. If you have experience working with children ages 7-11, please contact Holly Bromeland at 262-949-6227 or call church at 262-248-4211.Hours:6:00-8:15 a.m., and 3:45- 6:00 p.m. M-F.
Little Sprouts Day Care News
Little Sprouts Learning Center is open from 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., for children 6 weeks through 4 K. Lunch is provided before or after school for 4-K students.  Transportation to and from school is also provided.  Enroll today! Contact our Daycare Director, Tyler Leech, atthe NEW LITTLE SPROUTS LEARNING CENTER PHONE NUMBER: 262-248-1897.


3:16 Middle School Youth Group
The 3:16 Middle School Group meets on Wednesdays, at 6:00 pm. We are thrilled to get started on a new year of fellowship, fun and most importantly growth in our relationship with Christ. We have some exciting events planned, as well as new opportunities for our youth to take leadership roles in and outside of our church!For more information, please contact the Holly Bromeland or Sarah Beauregard at 262-248-4211 or email .
6-8 Grade Confirmation Group
The Confirmation group meets on Wednesdays after Youth Group.   This year will focus on the wonderful people of the Old Testament.  Together we will discover how God manages to work with them and love them in spite of their wandering away from God toward the idols of the world.  Some say the Old Testament has no relevance for us today; we will discover just the opposite.  The God of creation continues to use these ancient stories to guide us today.
VIBE is in full swing! Hours: Monday - Thursday, 2:45-6:00 p.m. This program offers a safe place for students after school with opportunities to play games, do art projects, hang out with friends, and get help with homework. Contact Holly Bromeland at 262-248-4211 or email .
VIBE Volunteers Needed!
We are in great need of volunteers willing to spend time with Middle School kids and be a positive influence in their lives. We will play games, share stories, help with homework, and do fun projects. All talents are welcome!
If you could spare just one hour a week, or even commit to one day it would be SUCH A BLESSING to this MUCH NEEDED MINISTRY! These kids are amazing and have the opportunity to see Christs love through US.
Please consider helping to enrich the lives of the youth that are part of this community.
Vibe is a place where kids can feel safe, have fun, be accepted, feel loved, and have the opportunity to shine as individuals. We are open Monday thru Thursday, from 2:45 to 6pm. For more information please contact Holly Bromeland at or 248-4211 or 262-949-6227.

High School Youth Group
The High School Youth Group meets on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. High School Youth Group is in need of some volunteers willing to help with games and/or Weekly Lessons. Even just a few Wednesdays during the whole school year. We have had over 20 high schoolers at each group, and a few extra hands would be helpful. Contact Erin Wester if you're able to help. or 262.745.0789


The Tree House is also in need of ongoing supplies...these include certain snacks, toys, books, "lovie" blankets, etc. Children's Hospital requires that all toys, books, etc be new.   Check out the website for more information on the WCAC and how you can be of assistance: .
If you, your family or members of a small group or other ministry group would like to join in bringing joy to these children and families, please contact Evie Schulz for further information. You will be blessed for being a blessing.
Snacks are needed on an ongoing basis.  Often times children arrive hungry, thirsty and haven't eaten in a while or may be at The Tree House for several hours.  Items such a individually sealed crackers, juice boxes, bottled water, packaged fruit snacks or other healthy packaged, non-perishable food items would be greatly appreciated.  There will be a box with WCAC sign on it in the Gathering Space next to a Poster regarding The WCAC/Tree House.  Please note that the advocacy center is a division of Children's Hospital of Milwaukee.
Upon completing the forensic interview, physical exam and/or counseling session, all children are offered a small toy or game.  These items must be new in accordance with Children's Hospital rules.  Examples would be board games, action figures, dolls, books, crafts or activities, sports items, stuffed animals, hot wheels, toy trucks.  The cost for these items range between $5-$10.  Anyone who would like to shop for these items are welcome to put them in the box in the Gathering Space.  These items should not be wrapped.  Another option is to make a monetary contribution.  Checks should be written to the WCAC and sent to W4063 Hwy NN, Elkhorn 53121.  Indicate on the memo line that your donation is for "snacks" or "toys".  You will receive an acknowledgement for tax purposes.
Check out the website: for more information on WCAC/The Tree House and ways you can help.
Good Samaritan Group
Good Samaritan Organizational Team meeting will be held on Thursday February 9th at 1:30 p.m. in the church office conference room. We are looking for people from our congregation and/or our community who have a heart to help the elderly shut ins and/or people with disabilities with short term emergency situations or projects. If you would like to help on an "as needed basis" please contact Evie Schulz, Ministry Coordinator
Care Team
  Care TeamOur next Care Team meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 15th at 7:00pm in the church conference room.  This is an important time for us to share and communicate about the shut-in members we are caring for.  If you are unable to attend please let me know.
I look forward to seeing all of you at the meeting.  Please call or e-mail me with any questions or concerns. Kristen Larkin  414-491-1969 email , Thank you so much for being a part of this important ministry!
"Stitchin' for Kids"
The Wednesday morning quilters have a special project in the works.  They will be making fleece blankets for the children who come to The Tree House (Children's Advocacy Center, Elkhorn) due to suspected physical or sexual abuse and/or neglect.  Ages range is anywhere from a couple weeks old to 17 years of age. 
This can be a traumatic experience for these precious souls and the Tree House staff has found that if they are able to give them a "lovie" when they arrive, or leave, it helps calm and sooth the children while the process is taking place.
If you would like to help with this worthwhile endeavor, many hands make the project go quickly and is fun besides.  Contact Jackie Kuehl for more information.
Another way to be involved is to give a monetary donation to help offset the cost of each blanket ($20 per blanket).  Donations can be placed in an envelope with "Stitching for Kids" on the outside and left with Bethany in the church office.  If you prefer to write a check, make it out to Immanuel Lutheran Church and put "Stitchin' for Kids" on the memo line.
The Wednesday morning quilters plan to have this as an ongoing project.  Last year 300+ children were served at the Tree House...that is a lot of blankets. Thank you for whatever you can do to be of assistance to these children.
Side By Side Screening
Side By Side screening is the 3rd Tuesday of each month, the next meeting is February 21st, at 7:00 p.m. at the First Congregational UCC Church, 715 Wisconsin Street, Lake Geneva. Funds are available for rental assistance and utilities - for those living in the Lake Geneva School District. Bring a copy of the bill. Side By Side is a collaborative ministry between area churches and civic groups.
Community Connection Meal - February 16th, 5:15-6:30pm
Your Community Connection Ministry is blessed to serve Immanuel's Community Meal Thursday, February 16th,5:15-6:30 pm. Help is needed February 15th to prep for Thursday. Remember Immanuel's Community meals are free to those in our community who might be hungry, lonely or need fellowship. So reach out to those around you in need and invite them to dinner. God is truly blessing this ministry. How can you help? We are always looking for folks to donate desserts. If you want to help either or both of these days or provide desserts call or text Jill Rosenthal at 262-949-2569. My email address is
Bowl for Kids' Sake
Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake will be held at Delavan Lanes on Saturday March 18th from 4-7 pm. Check out   for more information.
Immanuel Prayer Opportunity
1 Peter 1: 15-16 "But just as He who called you is holy, be holy in all you do; for it is written: "Be holy, because I am holy". 
Anyone interested in gathering for prayer is invited to join us in praying for our world, our country and our church.  This is a very important time in our church life so we want to pray for God's hand to lead our council, our interim pastors, our staff and the whole congregation.
Times of Prayer - All Are Welcome!  Sundays at 12:15 pm at the altar rail after the 11:07 am service, Mondays at 3:30 - 4:30pm - Community Room / Library. Any questions, call the church office or call/text Judy Guy at 262-210-9342.
In Need of Prayer Shawls?
Prayer shawls made with Christ's love are available through the office for anyone in distress. Wrap your loved one in comforting prayers. Call Karen Stein at 262-203-5260 or Donna Hove at 262-749-0599, for more information.
St. Vincent De Paul (Milwaukee) Soup Kitchen
Several items are always needed at the Milwaukee Soup Kitchen. Specific items are men's pants, jackets, socks, underwear. Toiletries, the small sizes, are also needed. Many thanks to all who have contributed to this great need! Most sincerely, Bob Rosenthal.
Blood Pressure Checks
Blood pressure checks after the 1st service on the 3rd Sunday of each month in the church office.
Meals on Wheels Volunteers Needed
We are looking for substitutes to help with Meals on Wheels every 5 weeks. We will train you and work with your schedule. Call Pauline Malsch at 262-215-3121.
AA Meetings
Women's AA Meeting - Sun., 4:00 p.m. in the Youth Room.
WC Food Pantry
The WC Food Pantry, Wednesdays from 1:00-5:00 PM, and Saturdays from 10:00 AM-2:00 PM, at 205 East Commerce Court, Elkhorn, 262-723-4488. They are in desperate need of bar soap and razors .
The Lake Geneva Food Pantry
The Lake Geneva Food Pantry, Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:00 - 11:30 AM at First Congregational Church, 715 Wisconsin Street. 262-248-2337.

Thrivent Workshop
This free workshop will be held on Wednesday February 22nd 7:00 - 8:00 the fellowship hall at Immanuel. It is designed for student in 6th-12th grades and their parents. Learn about steps needed to prepare for college. Other topics included FAFSA, EFC and total cost of attendance.
Immanuel Book Club
Immanuel Book Club meets on Wednesday, February 22nd 2:00p.m. The book will be announced in the Sunday bulletin. New members welcome. Contact Edie Michelson at 262-686-3009.
Immanuel Lawn Signs
The new Immanuel lawn signs are ready! Pick-up your Immanuel lawn signs at church for placement in your yard.
Electronic Giving
Throughout the year, if you can't make it to church we encourage you to automate your regular donations. Immanuel relies on the consistent financial support of the congregation and electronic giving offers an easy way to give on a recurring basis. Visit or contact the church office for more information. We have authorization forms in the church office. We thank you for your continued support!
Weekly Giving Envelopes
We are always thankful for your gifts of offering. Thank you for using your giving envelopes! The giving envelopes add efficiency to the counting process on Sundays by eliminating the need to look up names and envelope numbers. Thank you for your generosity. If you would like to give on-line, please see the Electronic Giving article above.

+ Thank you to all who decorated Immanuel for Christmas and to Hawk and Karen Taylor and Donna Hove for taking everything down and packing it up. We are so thankful for your hard work.
+ As this year's coordinators of the Lake Geneva Salvation Army Kettle Drive, we would like to thank the members of Immanuel for their generous gift of time and money this holiday season. Many of you braved the extreme cold and snow. And it took time out of everyone's busy schedule to man the kettles for eight full days and one half day. During that time we collected $4,651.86. Immanuel did the lion's share of ringing. With the help of other churches and organizations, we collected $18,495 to be used for needy individuals and families in Walworth County throughout the year. In addition, Mobil Oil (Bill's former employer) donated $500 to Salvation Army for our volunteer work.
This year we again asked for "weekend coordinators" to put out the kettles in the morning exchange them around 1p,m,, collect them at night and deposit the money in the bank. Many thanks to those of you who took on the time-consuming job - Steve and Judy Guy, Tom Hartz, Pete and Pam Juergens and family, Todd and Erin Huemann and Ken and Ursula Fields. They lightened the load for us. We couldn't have done it without them.
Together we will be able to make a difference this coming year in the lives of those in need of emergency help. Thanks for your heart to care!
Georgia and Bill Gehrmann
+ Thank you for the beautiful quilt. All you quilters did such a lovely job. It sure is pretty. I love it. Also thank you for the cookies, candy and fruit. It is very much appreciated. Sincerely, Pat Owen
+ Immanuel Family, the plant and card was beautiful. Thank you for your support. Love Katie Nagel & Family
+ Dear Immanuel Family, It has been an honor and a privilege to work with all of you over the past 4 ½ years as administrative assistant. You have taught me so much about love, community and the importance of serving the Lord. Thank you for sharing your lives with me and being a part of this wonderful church. My prayer is for God to guide us at Immanuel as we move forward in our search for new leaders. I'll see you in church! Love, Brenda Follensbee.


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