Immanuel Lutheran Church

Sunday Worship at 10:30 am

Immanuel Lutheran is open and affirming. All are welcome.

#500FaithfulProtestants
Maria Gaetana Agnesi (16 May 1718 – 9 January 1799) was an Italian mathematician, philosopher, theologian and humanitarian. She was the first woman to write a mathematics handbook and the first woman appointed as a Mathematics Professor at a university.
She is credited with writing the first book discussing both differential and integral calculus and was a member of the faculty at the University of Bologna, although she never served.

She devoted the last four decades of her life to studying theology (especially patristics) and to charitable work and serving the poor. This extended to helping the sick by allowing them entrance into her home where she set up a hospital. She was a devout Catholic and wrote extensively on the marriage between intellectual pursuit and mystical contemplation, most notably in her essay Il cielo mistico (The Mystic Heaven). She saw the rational contemplation of God as a complement to prayer and contemplation of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

ELCA Youth Gathering

Volunteer applications for the 2018 ELCA Youth Gathering are now OPEN! #ELCAYG2018

Nigerian Archbishop Musa Panti Filibus elected LWF President

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Sessions Tells Prosecutors To Seek 'Most Serious' Charges, Stricter Sentences

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This Sunday is Advocacy Sunday at Immanuel. We are writing letters to the Attorney General opposing these policies which we view as harmful to the common good.
Join us.
9 AM - Sunday Morning Live! - Discussion on Sanctuary
10:30 - Worship
Followed by Coffee Hour with Advocacy work & Council Table

npr.org The move, which was announced in a memo, reverses an Obama-era recommendation that asked federal prosecutors not to hit low-level drug offenders with charges that carry mandatory minimum sentences.

ELCA American Indian/Alaska Native Lutheran Association

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The Ethnic Specific Ministries and Associations of the ELCA provide our church with an affirmation of the richness of God's diversity in our midst, while also being a source/place where our siblings of these varied and beautiful ethnicities can find affinity.

There are 4,850 American Indian and Alaska Native members in the ELCA.

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May 3 - Septima Clark, teacher Civil Rights Activist
Septima Poinsette Clark was a teacher and civil rights activist whose citizenship schools helped enfranchise and empower African Americans. Born on May 3, 1898, in Charleston, South Carolina, Septima Poinsette Clark branched out into social action with the NAACP while working as a teacher. As part of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, she set up citizenship schools that helped many African Americans register to vote. Referred to as “Mother of the Movement” by Martin Luther King, he requested Septima Clark accompany him to Norway for his acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 as his recognition of her contribution to the movement. Clark was 89 when she died on December 15, 1987, on South Carolina's Johns Island.

The Church Council of Greater Seattle

Can't physically join us for the Re-Launch of the Sanctuary Movement Monday morning? Check out the live-stream here at 9 a.m.: http://www.saintmarks.org/experience/live-streaming-of-sunday-services/

Can't physically join us for the Re-Launch of the Sanctuary Movement Monday morning? Check out the live-stream here at 9 a.m.: http://www.saintmarks.org/experience/live-streaming-of-sunday-services/

#500FaithfulProtestants
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Catherine of Siena, theologian, died 1380

This theologian was the first woman among Roman Catholics to receive the title "Doctor [teacher] of the Church." Catherine was a Dominican sister known for her mystical visions as well as her work on behalf of people who were poor and imprisoned.

Immanuel Community Services

Will you #GiveBIG to help us Feed the Hungry, Shelter the Homeless, and support Recovery for the addicted?

Click "Donate Now" to schedule your donation today!

Why schedule your donation early?

This year, Seattle Foundation is offering a new opportunity for GiveBIG nonprofits like us to stretch our donations and raise even more money for our urgently needed programs and services. By scheduling your gift in advance, you increase our opportunity to access Dollars for Change. Through Dollars for Change, Seattle Foundation selects different donors every hour of GiveBIG and awards their nonprofit an additional $2,500!

But the stretched funds don't stop there!

The ICS Board (Kevin Johnsen, Jewell Tice, Noelle Smithhart, Addison Smith, Paul Ehrlich, Diakonda Gurning, Jonathan Nichols, Siri Quigley, Anders Thomas and Wayne Hillard) has generously agreed to match the first $5,000 that we raise. This will help us reach our goal of raising $18,000 through GiveBIG this year. Donate now, and join our Board as we seek to alleviate the effects of poverty, homelessness, and addiction by providing community-based social services to those in need.

Will you #GiveBIG to help us Feed the Hungry, Shelter the Homeless, and support Recovery for the addicted?

Click "Donate Now" to schedule your donation today!

Why schedule your donation early?

This year, Seattle Foundation is offering a new opportunity for GiveBIG nonprofits like us to stretch our donations and raise even more money for our urgently needed programs and services. By scheduling your gift in advance, you increase our opportunity to access Dollars for Change. Through Dollars for Change, Seattle Foundation selects different donors every hour of GiveBIG and awards their nonprofit an additional $2,500!

But the stretched funds don't stop there!

Our Board (Kevin Johnsen, Jewell Tice, Noelle Smithhart, Addison Smith, Paul Ehrlich, Diakonda Gurning, Jonathan Nichols, Siri Quigley, Anders Thomas and Wayne Hillard) has generously agreed to match the first $5,000 that we raise. This will help us reach our goal of raising $18,000 through GiveBIG this year. Donate now, and join our Board as we seek to alleviate the effects of poverty, homelessness, and addiction by providing community-based social services to those in need.

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1215 Thomas St
Seattle, WA
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