Immanuel Lutheran Church of Flatville

Immanuel Lutheran Church is located in East Central Illinois and began in 1872 when immigrants from East Friesia, Germany, settled in Champaign County, Illinois. The immigrants drained off the swamp land and began to farm the rich soil. 


The present church structure was built in 1914 to accommodate the growing congregation. Immanuel was given the name "the mother church", as a number of neighboring Lutheran congregations grew from it. Today it is part of the North American Lutheran Church (NALC). 


We are known as the "Cathedral in the Cornfield" due to our rural location. You can find out more of our church history here.

WORSHIP SCHEDULE AND UPDATES / highlighted upcoming events

WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE

SATURDAY - 5:00 PM in Diers Hall

SUNDAY - 8:00 AM & 10:15 AM in the Sanctuary

Sunday School: 9:15-10:05


For a full list of upcoming events, please see our calendar page of the website or our newsletters.


CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS

We look forward to worshiping with you during the holidays...

  • Saturday, December 24 (Christmas Eve) @ 3:30pm & 5:30pm
  • Sunday, December 25 (Christmas Day) @ 9:00am
  • New Years Eve - NO 5:00 WORSHIP SERVICE
  • New Years Day - ONLY ONE WORSHIP SERVICE  at 9:00 a.m. with Holy Communion
  • NO SUNDAY SCHOOL ON NEW YEARS DAY

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