Location

1125 Savile Lane
McLean, VA 22101
703-356-3042

Location

1125 Savile Lane
McLean, VA 22101

Where the Star Leads

January 20, 2019

Bible Text: Matthew 2:1-2 | Preacher: Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt

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Judas Iscariot, Scapegoating and Selling Out

January 24, 2019

Bible Text: Matthew 26:1-16, 47-55, 27:1-10; John 14:1-6; Revelation 21:1-4 | Speaker: Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt | Series: Called by Name

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Matthew and Desiring Mercy

January 24, 2019

Bible Text: Matthew 9:9-13; Luke 5:27-32 | Speaker: Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt | Series: Called by Name

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College Care Packages Send Love Thousands of Miles Away

Immanuel’s youth program sent 25 care packages to Immanuelites in college this fall. Care packages included homemade desserts, snacks, and quick meals to help our college students during their end of semester exams and papers. “We want our college students to know that God loves them and we do, too–even if they’re many, many miles…

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Immanuel Book Group – Tuesday, October 13 at 12:00pm

Join us on Tuesday (via Zoom) as we discuss Meet Me at the Museum by Anne Youngson. Newcomers are always welcome! For a Zoom link, contact office@ipcmclean.org.  

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In the Presence of Mine Enemies [Devotional]

The 23rd Psalm says that God prepares a table for me in the presence of my enemies. I have wondered who those people might be. I think of faceless enemies, arrayed around the wall, not at the table. The psalmist did not say I would share the table with them, necessarily, but that they would see that I have a source of health and well-being, protection and love.

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Holy Monday Devotional

For Holy Week, Immanuel has created a series of online devotionals. Each devotional is adapted from a monologue written by Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt. Immanuel will perform these monologues and others at this year’s Maundy Thursday service (April 13, 7:30 pm).

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#PlanksOfLament – Lenten Young Adults, Youth & Young Families Challenge

Prayer, fasting, and alms-giving are all traditional spiritual practices during Lent, but this year Immanuel invites you to take on a new spiritual and physical challenge this season, Planks of Lament. You’re invited to try daily planking (an exercise where you hold your body in the upright pushup position) while reading a Psalm of lament….

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Clinging to Goodness: May It Be So

“Let love be genuine; hate what is evil, hold fast to what is good.” Romans 12:9 On the first night of the 2017 World Series, watching Clayton Kershaw pitch, I said, “Oh my goodness.” I thought, in a second moment, oh. my. Goodness. What is Goodness? Is it culturally inflected? Does it depend on “good for…

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2020 Giving and Praying Challenge

During the 50 days of Eastertide, until May 31, Immanuel is asking you to pray for those who are experiencing greater hardships than we can imagine, and to pause in these prayers to write a check to support those charities who care for the most vulnerable. In the spirit of a Matthew 25 church, we ask…

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Sunday, March 15, 2020 Digital Worship Service

Welcome to online worship at Immanuel Presbyterian Church (USA) for Sunday, March 15, 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 15, 2020 Digital Bulletin For this week’s offering, please feel free to use Immanuel’s online giving…

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Mindful Medicine: Meditations on Darkness and Resilience – Episode Two

How can we welcome heartbreak? In this second episode of Mindful Medicine: Meditations on Darkness and Resilience, Sarah Sherman, Immanuel’s Music Assistant for Children and Youth, invites you to consider the brokenness of your heart. In today’s meditation, Sarah guides the listener through questions of fear and loss and reads an excerpt from Rabbi Allan Lew’s…

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Getting to Know Lucy Brown

We’re excited to welcome Lucy Brown as Immanuel’s new Church Secretary. Below, we asked her a few introductory questions. Stop by the church office during the week and give Lucy a big “welcome” or send her an email at lbrown@ipcmclean.org. — Q: If you were mayor for the day, what three things would you change…

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