COronavirus COVID-19 update

COVID 19 PHASE 4 WORSHIP


In person worship will be held at 5:00PM on Saturdays and 8:00AM on Sundays.  Attendance at Sunday services is limited to 50 participants.  We ask that participants continue to call the church office during the week between 8:00AM and noon to announce your intention to attend.  We continue to ask you to wear masks out of respect for others and to observe physical distancing since we will be singing.  Worship will be live streamed on YouTube at 8:00AM and a link placed on Facebook at approximately 9:00AM.  We will continue to broadcast live on WPXN, 104.9.


Sunday School opening parent survey can be found here.



     1. It will be broadcast on WPXN, FM 104.9

     2. You can click this link to stream the radio station

     3. After the service (approximately 9:00) on Facebook

     4. LIVE on  YouTube.



Please see the resources section of our website for the NALC Daily Devotions or the Seven Marks Society website.


Pastor Lehmann will continue the Facebook Live sessions at 7:00am each weekday to read Psalms, sing Hymns, etc. Please like our FaceBook page and join us as you are able.  You may also access the weekday devotionals and services by going to Immanuel's YouTube channel by clicking hereBelow are the readings and hymns for the weekly worship service as well as for the daily matins and vespers.



SUNDAY - August 16 - 8:00 a.m. Worship Service

Readings

Genesis 45:1-15

Psalm 133

Romans 11:1-2a, 29-32

Matthew 15:10-28


Hymns - All from LBW

No.  393 - "Rise, Shine, You People!"

No.  517 - "Praise to the Father"

No.  400 - "God, Whose Almighty Word"

No.  550 - "From All that Dwell below the Skies"



NO MATINS OR VESPERS WILL BE PROVIDED 8/10-16



MONDAY, AUGUST 17

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 57  p. 241

Hymn 269  "Awake, My Soul"

Judges 12:1-7

Acts 5:12-26


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 85  p. 254

Hymn 425 "O God of Mercy"

John 3:1-21


TUESDAY, AUGUST 18

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 54  p. 240

Hymn 488 "Breathe on Me Breath of God"

Judges 13:1-15

Acts 5:27-42


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 28  p. 228

Hymn 280 "Now the Day Is Over"

John 3:22-36


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 65  p. 242

Hymn 409 "Praise and Thanksgiving"

Judges 13:15-24

Acts 6:1-15


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 125  p. 280

Hymn 497 "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say"

John 4:1-26


THURSDAY, AUGUST 20

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 143  p. 285

Hymn 346 "When Peace, Like a River"

Judges 14:1-19

Acts 6:15 - 7:16


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 81  p. 253

Hymn 425 "O God of Mercy, God of Light"

John 4:27-42


FRIDAY, AUGUST 21

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 88  p. 255

Hymn 439 "What a Friend We Have in Jesus"

Judges 14:20 - 15:20

Acts 7:17-29


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 6  p. 216

Hymn 234 "Almighty God, Your Word is Cast"

John 4:43-54


SATURDAY, AUGUST 22

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 122  p. 279

Hymn 368 "I Love your Kingdom, Lord"

Judges 16:1-14

Acts 7:30-43


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 125  p. 280

Hymn 415 "God of Grace and God of Glory"

John 5:1-18


SUNDAY, AUGUST 23

Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 66  p. 243

Hymn 462 "God the Omnipotent!"

Mark 5:25-34


MONDAY, AUGUST 24

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 62  p. 241

Hymn 337 "Oh, What Their Joy"

Judges 17:1-13

Acts 7:44 - 8:1a


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 73  p. 248

Hymn 281 "God, Who Made the Earth and Heaven"

John 5:19-29


TUESDAY, AUGUST 25

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 12  p. 220

Hymn 534 "Now Thank We All Our God"

Judges 18:1-15

Acts 8:1-13


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 36  p. 232

Hymn 243 "Lord, with Glowing Heart"

John 5:30-47


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26

Matins p. 131  7:00 a.m.

Psalm 96  p. 261

Hymn 364 "Son of God, Eternal Savior"

Judges 18:16-31

Acts 8:14-25


Vespers p. 142  5:00 p.m.

Psalm 132  p. 281

Hymn 428 "O God of Earth and Altar"

John 6:1-15






























































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.

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