6 Reviews
Tell people what you think
Leslie Ann
· July 12, 2017
My 11 year old daughter is loving the 2017 summer camp. A great experience she is having, she comes home everyday with something she's learned, fun games and experiences. She really loves the camp c...ounselors too! See More
Jodi Ann King
· May 3, 2015
I'd like to take this time and say thank you to Gordon Howard for helping me move and Carol bond and John bond you have good food and pastor rich luh good job and pastor Morgan you did a good service ...and pastor Ray you did a good service and the choir keep up the good work and good news me and Vernon getting back together and telling other churches about the luthrean church I'll come back soon keep up the good work and job See More
Miranda Bond-Rousey
· March 26, 2016
Such a beautiful church. Wonderfully involved in the community.
Coleman Setzer
· September 18, 2016
It looks like a good place to go and hear The WORD.

Last Sunday was Boy Scout Sunday. We had several participate in our service and had a reception in their honor. Thank you! Cake by AmyCakes & Cookies.

No automatic alt text available.
Image may contain: 10 people, people smiling, indoor
Image may contain: 10 people, people smiling, indoor
Image may contain: 7 people, indoor

Please join us for fellowship as we eat our Fasnacht Dinner. Fellowship time from 6:00 to 6:30 and the meal to begin at 6:30.

Tue 6:00 PM ESTGermantown, OH

If you know of someone who might be interested in joining the congregation stop by and pick up one of our brochures to share. And feel free to share this message with your Facebook Friends.

Image may contain: plant and text

A Christmas Carol play went well. Here are several photos. Thanks to all who participated!

The Advent Wreath: The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of the shadow of death a light as dawned.(Isaiah 9:2).
The origin of a burning wreath is found in the traditions of pre-Christian Germanic people, who burned the greens in the hope of spring following a long winter. In the 16th century throughout Germany, the Advent Wreath became a traditional symbol for many Christians. The circle of evergreens, having no end and bearing... four candles, reminds us of the eternal Christ, the light of the world. Each Sunday in Advent a new candle is lighted until all four glow on the fourth Sunday. The three purple or blue candles represent the darkness of a sinful world. The pink candle represents the coming of the light. On the first Sunday of Advent, the first dark-hued candle represents HOPE, reminding us of God's promise that Christ is our hope and salvation. On the second Sunday of Advent, the candle symbolizes PEACE, reminding us that Jesus is the Prince of Peace. The third Advent candle represents JOY, reminding us of the angels message, "Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today, in the town of David, a savior has been born to you, He is Christ the Lord" (Luke 2?10-11). The pink Advent candle symbolizes LOVE, reminding us, "For God so loved the world that he gave us the one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish, but have eternal life." (John 3:15)

See More
No automatic alt text available.

We want to give a giant thank you to Karen Evert for being our organist on November 26th! We appreciate your wonderful music and look forward to hearing you play again!

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, sitting

A Christmas Carol Play
Saturday December 9th
at 30 West Warren St. Germantown, Oh.
Matinee 2:00pm Evening 7:00pm

Don't worry about fixing dinner tonight! We are serving our Annual Election Day Supper from 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm!

On the menu is Hot Ham and Soup Beans, Home Made Cornbread, Mouth Watering Pie and Applesauce along with Coffee and Milk. Eat in or take-out.

$7 Adults Children 6-12, $3 and Children Under 6 eat free! Tickets Offered at the Door. Please Share.

Image may contain: food
Image may contain: food
Image may contain: dessert, food and indoor

A giant thank you to Angela for being our guest pianist today! It was great to see you and Larry today!

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, sitting and indoor

Wonderful celebration of Confirmation and first communion last week.

Come join us tomorrow as we commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. We invite everyone to this Sundays Service starting at 10:15 to support and celebrate our youth as 2 celebrate their confirmation and 4 celebrate their First Communion! What a glorious day it will be tomorrow!
We will be hosting a reception after the service followed by our Oktoberfest Meal. Come and support our youth!

We would like to welcome Janet Mangels to Emmanuel's family! She will be our substitute organist. Be sure to say hello and introduce yourself. She played wonderfully today! Thank you.

Image may contain: 1 person, sitting

Great community gathering at the Jericho Walk today!

We celebrated Wilda Peters service to our church today. We have truly been blessed having her as our organist. We wish her the best for the future! We love you Wilda!