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Corona Virus Update 3-16-2020

posted Mar 16, 2020, 4:13 PM by Marty Jahn
We here at Immanuel take the latest Corona virus (Covid 19) very seriously, and want to ensure the public as well as our congregation and church workers are healthy and stay safe. In that regard we have a few announcements to make concerning our services as well  as what we are doing to ensure the spread of this virus is minimized and or lessened. These plans and decisions are very fluid and may be changed at any time and we will try our best to update as necessary. Our Facebook page is being updated as well.

As of 3/16/2020 All Sunday school classes and Wednesday Catechism classes have been suspended for a minimum of 2 weeks which at the end of March 2020 will be reevaluated to see if they need to be suspended longer.

Wednesday night Lenten services  held on Wednesday nights at 7 pm are still on as scheduled with the only change we will not be serving luncheons after the services.

Sunday morning Worship services are also still on as scheduled at 10 am on Sundays.

If anyone is feeling sick, have anyone in your family that are sick or has any medical issues please do not feel you need to attend services. We would like you to stay at home and get better as well as lessen the chance to pass on what you are experiencing to the congregation and public.

Pastor is available to talk to you and or visit you if you want or need. Please let him know if this is necessary.

If you know of any elderly or shut ins in need of groceries, help and or spiritual help, please let Pastor or the church know, so that they can be checked on and or helped so as they are not forgotten.

Our Pastor, Church leaders and Elders are keeping in contact with our Synod,areal Pastor's, and other health officials, to ensure we are doing what we can to help s all get through these unprecedented times. 

If you have any questions please contact Pastor or any of our Church leaders and Elders.

We will try to keep the latest information on our plans updated as we can.

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