Immanuel Lutheran Church of Lebanon is Mission Driven

One of the core values of the North American Lutheran Church (NALC) is that we are mission to driven. We believe that the mission of the Church is to preach the Gospel and to make disciples for Christ. We believe that making disciples - in our congregations, in our communities and nations and around the world must be a priority of the Church in the present age.

Below is a listing of missions that Immanuel Lutheran Church of Lebanon supports.

Congregational Missions

Men's Breakfast Group- This group organizes an annual Palm Sunday Community Brunch at our fellowship building and supports the church in many other ways.  They meet on the 1st Saturday of each month (Sept-April) at 8:00 a.m. for a breakfast meeting in the lower level of the church.

Women's Bible Study - The Women's Bible Study meets on the 3rd Saturday of each month (Sept-May) at 7:45 a.m. for a breakfast and bible study in the lower level of the church. All women are welcome at any point of the year.

Couples' Bible Study - Please contact Judy Kehl at (920) 261-5145

Thursday Morning Bible Study-Adult Bible Study meets every Thursday (Sept-May) at 9:30 a.m. in the Church Conference Room.    

Women of the Church - The Women of the Church meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month (Sept-May) at 11:30 a.m. in the lower level of the church. They enjoy bible study time and support church missions over a pot-luck lunch.

Luther League - High school/junior high youth group is reorganizing. All area youth are invited. For more information please contact the Church office at (920) 925-3540 office@ilcol.org or contact Pastor Phillips at pastor@ilcol.org.      

Scrip Program - A way of being good stewards with what we have by purchasing gift cards for everyday needs in which in turn benefits our church and school!  These cards can be purchased during coffee hour each Sunday.

Coffee Hour & Fellowship-  Coffee, juice, snacks, and Christian fellowship offered in the lower level of church following each Sunday morning service.

Local Missions

Watertown Food Pantry - Donations of non-perishable food items are collected every third Sunday of the month.

Bread & Roses and Loaves & Fishes - Assisting in serving a meal to those in need in Watertown. We make the dessert, salad, and supply some milk. Bread & Roses takes place every Thursday night from 4:30 - 6pm at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Watertown. Loaves & Fishes takes place every Monday night from 5-6:30pm at Watertown Moravian Church.

Bethesda Thrift Store - Volunteering our time to process merchandise for resale. We volunteer every 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.

Early Childhood Center/Lebanon Lutheran Schools - Volunteer to serve lunches, volunteer to help at sporting events and fundraisers, and collect Campbell soup project labels and box top education labels to aid in the financial support. We also help to financially support the children's education.

Lebanon Lutheran School 5K Run - Volunteer at the event, participate in the event and help to financially support the event.

American Red Cross Blood Drive - Volunteering our time to assist the Red Cross to obtain the "gift of life", as well as donate baked goods and prepare sandwiches for those who are donating blood.

Relay for Life - Watertown/Johnson Creek division Team" Lutheran Churches of Lebanon

National Missions

NALC Disaster Relief - Collections of Bibles, gift cards, hygiene kits, buckets and cleaning supplies, blankets/quilts, and baby layettes to assist those places in our nation that are struck by disasters.

International Mission

Malawi Orphan Care Project (MCOP) - This is a global mission in partnership with 3 other churches within the United States to provide spiritual and financial assistance to Kanyenyeva Orphan Care Mission (KOCM) with water bags, food for the children, sponsoring children to attend high school and secondary education, educational needs for elementary students, including Bible study and LUCI solar lights.

Operation Christmas Child - Program started by Billy Graham which send Christmas gifts packed in shoe boxes to children from third world countries.

As one of our banners depicts "The Harvest is plenty but the Workers are few". Let this be the year when you say "Yes Lord, use my gifts and talents to further your Kingdom and to lead others to you. Help me make the time and find the resources that are needed to do the work you require of me".

Please contact the Outreach or Congregational Life Committees if you desire to be a part of any of our missions.

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Last Updated: March 3, 2017