Immanuel Lutheran Church & School • 605 South Walnut Street • Seymour, Indiana 47274 • 812-522-3118
CHURCH Prayer of the day:
Lord of life, violence to the unborn and to people of all ages shows a lack of respect for life. Help me value the life of Your Son by valuing those He died to save; in Jesus' name. Amen

Welcome to Immanuel Lutheran in Seymour, IN! At Immanuel our mission is to
"Connect People to the Life, Calling, and Community of Christ."

Life Calling Community
 
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Worship Service Schedule

Sunday Worship Service

  • 9:00am. Communion on 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday.
  • 11:15am. Communion on 1st and 3rd Sunday.

Monday Worship Service

  • 7:00pm. Communion follows 1st and 3rd Sunday.

God's Word This Week     

FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
(6 September 2015)
 
Isaiah 35:4–7a
James 2:1–10, 14–18
Mark 7:(24–30) 31–37

 
Our Merciful Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Does All Things Well
 
The Lord proclaims the Gospel “to those who have an anxious heart” to comfort and encourage them with His presence. He comes not only with threats of “vengeance” and “recompense,” but with His gracious salvation (Is. 35:4). He opens “the eyes of the blind” and “the ears of the deaf,” and He loosens “the tongue of the mute” to “sing for joy” (Is. 35:5–6). Like water on thirsty ground, He speaks His life-giving Word to people of all nations. With His Word and the touch of His hand, He does “all things well,” so that you may now speak “plainly” (Mark 7:31–37). You confess the truth of God in Christ to the glory of His holy name, and you call upon His name in every trouble, confident that He will hear and answer. As you pray and confess with your tongue, so also “love your neighbor as yourself” (James 2:8). Show your faith “in our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory,” by loving without partiality. For God has “chosen those who are poor in the world to be rich in faith and heirs of the kingdom” (James 2:1–5).