The Weather Report

Margaret Visser has visited more churches than most. So I take note when she observes that a church is intentionally meaningful. “Churches are laid out with a certain trajectory of the soul in mind,”1  she writes. The angles and openings form what she calls the “Geometry of love.”

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Sun, 12/25/2016

Coming This Sunday, December 25, 2016


Sermon: "The Wait is Over"     Scripture Readings: Isaiah 62.6-12, Hebrews 1.1-12, Luke 2.8-20

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Coming This Sunday, December 18, 2016

The Fourth Sunday of Advent — December 18, 2016

Sermon: "The Flourishing Life — Believing"    Scripture Readings: Romans 1.1-7, Matthew 1.18-25, Isaiah 7.10-16

Lunch and Learn: Technology and Children

Ever wonder how the pervasiveness of technology is impacting the developing minds of our children and teenagers? How much screen time is appropriate? How can a parent or grandparent set healthy boundaries? Join us for a special lunch and program on Sunday, January 8, as clinicians from Southeast Psych Nashville shed insight on this timely subject.

Appalachian Outreach Mission Trip

Are you looking for ways to help Immanuel carry out its mission to wholeheartedly serve those on the margins of society in 2017? If so, consider joining the intergenerational team of volunteers who will be serving in partnership with Appalachian Outreach in Jefferson City on February 10-12. Appalachian Outreach is a poverty-relief ministry run by Carson-Newman University serving East Tennesseans through a range of ministries, including a food pantry, clothing, firewood, construction, and counseling. A.O.


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