Welcome to Immanuel Lutheran Church of Leland, Michigan

9am Divine Service

10:10am Bible Study

10:10am Sunday School

10:45am Divine Service


Learn more about COVID-19 Precautions and Our Return to the Sanctuary Here

303 East Pearl Street | Leland, Michigan | get directions here!

Join Us through the Season of Lent as We Prepare for Easter Sunday and the celebration of the Resurrection of our Lord

Wednesday Midweek Lenten Services

February 24th through March 24th at 7pm*

Maundy Thursday Divine Service

April 1st at 7pm*

Good Friday Tenebrae Service

April 2nd at 7pm*

Easter Sunday Divine Service

April 4th at 9am* and 10:45am*

*Masks and physical distancing will be required.


We will continue to record services and post them on this webpage and our YouTube Channel. As always, the Lord's Supper and pastoral care are both available by contacting pastor to make an appointment.

And the angel said to them, “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.

Isaiah 2:10-11

Lent Midweek Worship

February 24, 2021


Second Sunday in Lent

February 21st, 2021

Passing the Virtual Offering Plate

In lieu of passing the plate please follow the link below to our e-giving site.

Kindred Giving
Events for the coming week.
Sunday First Sunday in Lent
2/21 9:00A Divine Service
10:10A Bible Study
10:10A Sunday School
10:45A Divine Service
Monday
2/22 6:00P Woman's Bible Study
Tuesday
2/23 7:00P Men’s Bible Study
8:00P Elders
Wednesday  
2/24 3:30P Confirmation
7:00P Midweek Lenten Service
Saturday
2/27 9:30A AA
Sunday Second Sunday in Lent
2/28 9:00A Divine Service
10:10A Bible Study
10:10A Sunday School
10:45A Divine Service

Events occuring the next week at Immanuel
Worship for Next Week
Hymns:

437, 708, 611, 763, 798

Readings:

Genesis Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16 || Romans 5:1-11 || Mark 8:27-38

About Worship Next Sunday:

Unjustly, the Son of Man suffered persecution from religious zealots and was put to death.  We are reconciled to God by this death.  So also, enduring the grave and hell, Jesus rises to new life.  We are saved by this life!  This is what we believe.  Our hardships and suffering produce character and hope.  This hope does not disappoint or shame us.  But hope keeps us mindful of God`s everlasting covenant who is Jesus Christ, our Lord.