What We Believe

Immanuel Lutheran Church is a church that believes that the Bible is the book we live by.  We accept all the books of the Bible as the Word of God.  Only our Lord has the answers for this life and the next.  If you decide to become a member of our church family, we promise to teach and encourage you using the best Tool available ... God's Word.

Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church is a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).  The WELS is so named because its founders began their work in Wisconsin.  But now the WELS is made up of about 1,250 congregations throughout the United States and the world.  It has been called a conservative synod because of its uncompromising stance on the Bible and its commitment to family and Christian education.

As part of the WELS we are able to do what we could not do alone - Go into all the world with the good news of Jesus Christ.  As our family bands together with the 1,250 or so other congregations of the WELS, we are able to send out many missionaries and maintain their ministries throughout the world.  It is exciting work!

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Pastor Killinger,
Jan 23, 2015, 7:46 AM
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