Our Address is:
645 Poplar St.
Terre Haute, IN 47807 (map)
Immanuel is an historic and centrally located parish—called, gathered, and strengthened by Christ’s Word and Sacraments—confessional in doctrine, evangelical in orientation, orthodox in liturgy, cosmopolitan in membership; serving the Terre Haute community and the students of Indiana State University and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, and reaching out to the nations since 1858 as a parish of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
WELCOME, and every blessing to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ!
GUESTS, we pray you are comforted by the Gospel and feel welcome among us. We invite you to introduce yourselves.
HOLY COMMUNION AT IMMANUEL: The Lord’s Supper is served every Sunday at Immanuel – as the Scriptures teach us and our Lord has instituted His meal. If you are visiting with us, and are a communicant member of a parish in pulpit and altar fellowship with the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod, you are invited to join us at the altar. If not, please refrain until receiving instruction from our pastor on the doctrine of the Scriptures as they are confessed by this parish. Guests, please speak to the pastor before communing today, if you may have any questions, or are interested in receiving instruction. Please refer to Luther’s Small Catechism and his Twenty Questions for those preparing to receive the sacrament, Lutheran Service Book pp. 329-330.
BLUE CARE CARDS: Please register your attendance on the appropriate sections of the blue Care Card found in the bulletin. Use the card to request any special intercessions for the prayers today. Please place the card on the end of the pew for the ushers to pick up during the Hymn of the Day.
PRIVATE CONFESSION AND ABSOLUTION is available anytime by appointment.
The Rev. Jacob R. Sutton, Pastor Emeritus
Philip G. Meyer, Pastor Emeritus
Stacy Gibbens, Administrative Assistant
PARISH OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday, 9am-2pm – 812.232.4972 – email@example.com
On Sunday mornings, parking is available south of the church (red) and in the Public Library parking lot (green.)