We are so excited to present to you a sampling of what God is doing in and through Immanuel. We are convinced that most churches have overcomplicated ministry, and that we all need to get back to the basics: loving God, loving people, sharing Jesus, and making disciples. Immanuel is attempting to accomplish these things by:
Making disciples of Christ and equipping them for the lifelong journey of reaching the nations for the glory of King Jesus.
We are convinced every true believer should be on mission for Christ, whether at Immanuel or another Bible believing, Christ honoring church.
Remember, following Jesus is not a spectator sport. Hear His call to get in the game: “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.”
iServe gives church members and attenders opportunities to show Christ’s love by serving others. We engage with our community partners (Salvation Army, Hannah Pregnancy Resource Center, Yocum Elementary, The Call and Liberty Food Pantry) in order to reach people outside of the church and to support gospel-centered ministries. We also serve each other. There are many different options for serving and everyone is invited to get involved.
Join our Facebook page or call the church office to get on an iServe mailing list.
Our children are learning how to become disciples and followers of Christ each week! Join us on Sunday mornings at 9:45 am for small group time and watch for announcements about summer events including Terrific Tuesdays and Sunday night summer fellowships.
Operation Christmas Child
Operation Christmas Child is a ministry under Samaritan’s Purse that uses gift-filled shoeboxes to share God’s love in a tangible way with needy children around the world. Immanuel is blessed to be a Central Drop Off Location for the South Arkansas Area.
Immanuel hosts monthly OCC work days, National Collection Week is the 3rd week of November, and our packing emphasis begins in August.
We love students, fun, and discipleship! Join us on Sunday mornings at 9:45 am for small groups and follow our student ministry pages on Facebook and Instagram for updates on all of our events!
Our Praising Hands Ministry is designed to help Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ, and to develop strong, supportive relationships with others in a Christ-centered environment. We offer a co-ed Sunday School class for ages 14 through adult, as well as signed interpretation for worship services and church events.
Joy Community Bible Study
Joy Community Bible Study is for all women. The study meets on Wednesday mornings in the fall, winter, and spring from 9:30 am -11:30 am. Class time consists of an opening time of worship, small group discussion, and a lecture on the week’s passage. The teaching leader is Gina Moore. Cost is minimal and childcare is free.
The Betty Tolleson Library maintains a catalogue of resources to assist in Bible Study and Christian learning. Visit the online catalog by clicking here.
Small Group Bible Study
We have small groups that meet on Sundays at 9:45 am for all ages. For a complete list of small groups, click here.