Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA

"Emergent Lutheran" honors our ancient roots and the real needs of people today. Attleboro, MA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA

Plan Your Visit

Address
647 North Main St
Attleboro, MA 02703

Phone
(508) 222-2898

Website

Directions
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Who We Are

Immanuel Lutheran Church is a community of welcome in Christ.
In the hospitality of the Gospel, our doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, no matter where they come from or where they are on their spiritual journey. Our welcome knows no boundaries of age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, economic condition, physical or mental disability. We encourage you to bring your culture, your voice, your whole self. Together with you, we’d like to develop a church with the kind of contagious faith that can influence and inspire an entire community, one life at a time, following Christ where He leads us.

Heb 13:2 - “Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it .”

About Us

Vibe
Progressive, Friendly, Traditional Liturgy, Creative, Spirit-filled, Inclusive, Multigenerational

Programs
Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Addiction/Recovery, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Food Pantry, Disability

Music
Traditional Hymns, Chanting, Psalms a capella, Passionate Reverent

Denomination
Lutheran (ELCA)

Networks

Size
Medium

Language
English, American Sign Language

Founded
1900

Our Services

What are services like?
Wednesday evenings in Advent and Lent: @ 7 pm: Vespers (evening prayer) in candlelight with chanted prayer. 30 minutes. Co-led by youth members. Sundays at 8 am: quiet, contemplative, with holy communion, 45 minutes. Sundays @ 10 am: festival worship, active, children's message, choir, sign language interpreter, and holy communion. 60 minutes. FIRST Sundays @ 1230 pm: "All God's People" - worship crafted for person with disabilities and others who desire a brief, interactive worship with holy communion, followed by a lunch gathering and social connection.

What is the community like?
Open. Welcoming. Musical. Joyful. Artistic Creative. Caring and prayerful. Concerned about the needs of our neighbor. Following Christ where He leads us and growing with faith in the future.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Come, and find rest for your soul, regardless of your faith identity. If you seek God's grace, you are welcome here. Currently our spiritual community includes some who are exploring and not identifying as Christians, or, are not Christian or Lutheran and attending in support of their partner/spouse who is.

Leadership

Rev. Sandra  Demmler D'Amico

Rev. Sandra Demmler D'Amico

Native to New England. Married with young adult children. Previous vocation in architectural arts, teaching, and coaching. Master of Divinity. Graduate of The Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge MA, and Luther Year at The Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA.

What Members Say Add your voice

  • Immanuel Lutheran Church is a church of welcome to all. The only thing you need is a love of our Lord and a wish to have a meaningful experience. The congregation is friendly. The music is awesome. The sermons are thought provoking. I have been a member of Immanuel for about 15 years now. The very first day, I walked into the sanctuary and was greeted warmly. It felt like I was home among family. Come and visit. I promise you a wonderful worship service and an invitation to come back again as often as you wish.
  • I am a newer member of Immanuel, and treasure this community. I love the sense of God in each person, each gathering, and the incredible outreach here. Each person is accepted as they are.The sermons are awesome, the community life is supportive and nourishing. I can grow and learn and give here.
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