Bible Text: Acts 20:17-35 | Speaker: Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt | Series: Legacies of LoveRead More
Bible Text: Acts 12:4-19, I John 4:16-21 | Speaker: Rev. Aaron Fulp-EickstaedtRead More
Bible Text: Acts 17:1-9, I John 3:1-2 | Speaker: Rev. Aaron Fulp-EickstaedtRead More
Bible Text: Acts 20:7-12; I John 3:16-24 | Speaker: Rev. Aaron Fulp-EickstaedtRead More
Bible Text: Acts 9:36-43 | Speaker: Rev. Katie Strednak SingerRead More
Bible Text: Mark 1:13-19; Luke 6:12-16; John 14:21-26; Acts 1:12-14 | Speaker: Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt | Series: Called by NameRead More
Bible Text: Acts 4:1-22 | Speaker: Rev. Katie Strednak Singer | Series: Called by NameRead More
Why Do You Walk Labyrinths? [Devotional]
Why do you walk labyrinths?, my friend asked, as we completed the many circuits of an outdoor labyrinth. I have many answers: because I like to walk them; because they leave me with a feeling of peace; because they impose a slower, more meditative rhythm in my day.
Why Bonhoeffer Still Matters: Questions and Quotes
The 2016 Presidential election has brought a renewed interest in Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s life and writing. Perhaps this shouldn’t be a surprise. Most election years bring (more than) a few thought-pieces and editorials drawing connections between current candidates and Bonhoeffer’s well-known context and work.
Shakespeare or Scripture? Take Our Quiz!
The Bible is filled with poetry. But how do we read through the metaphors and similes of Scripture? How does that change our interpretation of holy texts? How might seeing Scripture in a specific genre nourish our spirituality in new ways?
Sharing Our Sorrows [Devotional]
By sharing our sorrows, our pain, our joys, our hopes, we allow our true selves to be seen by others and we become open in way that enables others to be the face and presence of God right here with us.
In Their Own Words: A Conversation With the Author
On October 23, Immanuel will welcome scholar and renowned organist, Dr. Eileen Guenther, as she discusses her book, In Their Own Words: Slave Life and the Power of Spirituals. This groundbreaking study of slavery and spirituals is the first to place the unique voices of an enslaved people squarely within the context of their daily lives.
Do We Mean Every Word? [Devotional]
“Be Thou My Vision” is my favorite hymn. In hymns as with people, “favorites” are generously rich inspiring and thoughtful words. As with people, there are also parts of which we are not so fond.
Getting to Know Sarah Sherman
Sarah Sherman joined Immanuel as Music Assistant for Children and Youth in October 2016. Sarah graduated with a degree in Music from the University of Virginia, and is thrilled to be working with the young people at Immanuel!
5 Reasons Contemplative Dialogue Isn't For You
As the holidays approach and the stressful election season ends, we realize that not everyone would benefit from contemplative dialogue. So, here are the top 5 reasons that this class isn’t for you…
4 Spiritual Resolutions for a New Year
Many of us will try to restart our physical and financial goals in 2017, but the new year is also a great time to revitalize our spiritual lives. Here are a few spiritual resolutions to inspire your goal setting.
Want to Change the World? Start with Listening
The Red Boot Coalition has a radical idea: when things get heated and tempers flair, stop and listen. Countering national anxiety through small-group conversations may seem naive, but it’s catching on.