Promise and Hope

January 20, 2019

Bible Text: Jeremiah 33:14-16 | Preacher: Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt

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Immanuel’s 2020 Virtual TAG TREE  

Our annual Christmas Tag Tree has arrived — and for the first time, it comes to you virtually. Please consider providing Christmas gifts and gift cards for the children of Bright Beginnings, Children of Mine, Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center, Mary House, SHARE, and families identified by Garden Memorial Presbyterian. We have many children to help…

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March 22, 2020 Digital Worship Service

Welcome to online worship at Immanuel Presbyterian Church (USA) for Sunday, March 22, 2020! Below, you will find the recorded worship service. Please follow along with the digital bulletin and offering information below. Peace be with you! March 22, 2020 Digital Bulletin Please note that prayer concerns can be emailed to office@ipcmclean.org. For this week’s…

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Introducing Patrick Walker, Immanuel’s new Director Of Music!

Join us on Sunday, August 28th as we welcome Patrick Walker, Immanuel’s new Director of Music! A native of the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York, Patrick began playing organ at age 15. An active organist and music director throughout New England, he has trained as a choral conductor and composer. Patrick recently graduated from Boston University…

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NEW! Worship by Phone

You can now hear each week’s worship service by calling: 1-703-356-2110   This phone number will remain the same every week and does not require a passcode. Please pass the number along to anyone you know who would like to worship without logging in to Zoom, Facebook, or YouTube. The recorded service is available 24/7…

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NEW! Immanuel Care Team Ministry

Sunday, January 29 at 11:30am – Assembly Hall of the Meeting House We all cherish our Immanuel community and now we are asking you to consider ways in which you can assist in the growing care needs of our Immanuel Family!  Many of the ways we best care for each other at   Immanuel involve being…

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Please Note – Masks Required During Indoor Worship Services

Please note that masks are required for indoor worship services, regardless of vaccination status. Worship will continue to be livestreamed from the sanctuary each Sunday as well, and we invite you to worship in-person or online as you feel comfortable.  We give thanks for Immanuel’s Covid-19 Team for guiding us in how to worship together as…

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Help Immanuel Youth Get Real World Experience at Work to Inform Vocation Choices! 

IPC Pathways has a Pathways at Work program (see https://ipcpathways.org/pathways-at-work/) that lists leads for internships (including high school senior year internships), shadowing opportunities and vacation and summer jobs for Immanuel high school and college students.  If there’s an opportunity at your workplace or you see something offered elsewhere that we can list, please contact Liz Pruchnicki, Steve Parker or Lynley…

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Digital Worship Service for Sunday, July 19

Welcome to online worship for Sunday, July 19, 2020! Digital Bulletin: Click here New to Immanuel? Please take a few moments to let us know about yourself – click here: https://bit.ly/2JSocSu Prayer Concerns: Please note that prayer concerns can be emailed to office@ipcmclean.org. Tithes & Offering: For this week’s offering, please feel free to use…

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The Wedding Feast by Rev. Susan Querry Graceson

Rev. Susan Graceson, Associate Pastor, shared her story of faith and belonging last week during
Immanuel’s Real World, Real Faith series. As part of her presentation, she shared a poem she wrote shortly after her wedding in August of 1996. Susan and her husband, David, married in her parents’ backyard in Kentucky; her father (do we want to include his name?) had recently been diagnosed with cancer. A few weeks after herwedding, Susan’s father died.

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The Reformed Institute presents: Discerning Welcome – a Reformed Faith Approach to Refugees

An in-person Presentation by and Dialogue with Dr. Ellen Clark Clémot. Dr. Clémot, licensed as both a lawyer and a pastor, will talk about her book, Discerning Welcome – a Reformed Faith Approach to Refugees, sharing from the perspective of law and ethics, with historical information about the Reformed faith tradition of welcoming refugees. The event will take…

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