Small Groups

Small Groups at Immanuel are made up of 8-14 people, who study scripture together, meet either on-site or in people's homes, and work to develop community. Groups are made up of men and women that have a desire to help each other grow more Christlike as they encounter what God's word has to say. 

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Micro Groups

Micro Groups at Immanuel are made up of 3-5 men or 3-5 women. Micro Groups are focused on diving deep, caring for, and encouraging one another to live Christ-like wherever God has placed them. Studying scripture and applying its implications is the main goal. As the community deepens and develops, we believe the ability to speak into one another's lives increases exponentially.

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Adult Bible Fellowship

Sunday Mornings at 9:30 am

This class will resume on September 12. 

The Fellowship Class is an on-going class that meets for prayer, songs, and study. The group mainly consists of post-retirement aged individuals and couples seeking to know God and strengthen their relationship with Him. Some are parents, many are grandparents and great-grandparents. The Fellowship class meets during the first hour and enjoys discussing the message from the previous Sunday. It provides a teacher-led discussion with an appreciation for input from all in a "no pressure" environment.

* This class meets at 10:45 am

Teacher: Rich Kornoelje

Room: The View

This is an ongoing group in the later stages of their careers and those near or in retirement.  This class is currently studying Messianic prophecy of the Old Testiment. 

 

Teacher: Kevin & Rachel Bywater

Room: L038

Teachers: Dave & Nan DeCook

Room: L018

The Fold Class announces a new series on the book of Ephesians entitled "Claiming Your Riches in Christ". This will begin on June 5, 2022 at 9:30 AM and is expected to conclude at the end of the summer.

Come join us as we study Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians verse by verse. You have probably memorized some of the better known passages. Here Paul introduces some towering themes, all centered around the very important concept of what it means to be "in Christ," and all that comes with that. These themes include the sovereignty, grace, and love of God, as well as a few challenging concepts such as God's work of predestination and election of His own. Paul begins by establishing some very profound truths, and then explaining how those truths are to be lived out. You will be encouraged and challenged, hopefully in much the same way that the believers in Ephesus were two thousand years ago. Join us beginning June 5 at 9:30AM each Sunday morning.

Teacher: Steve & Kris Holman

Room: L017

The Strong Foundation is an on-going class that meets for prayer and study. The group consists of couples and individuals concerned with making a difference in the world by knowing and living like Christ. The group is largely career-aged and many have school-aged children. They are currently studying the minor prophets of the Bible.

 

Teachers: Paul & Season Pycraft

Room: L014A