Welcome to Immanuel Lutheran Church in Seymour, IN! Immanuel Lutheran Church is a member of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. Our church believes, teaches, and confesses that the one and only God is the Triune God-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - as revealed by Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son of the Father, and His prophets, apostles, and evangelists in the Holy Scriptures (Mt. 28:20)
We welcome you to worship with us in fellowship with the people of our congregation. We invite you to grow with us as we seek strength for our daily living. At Immanuel our mission is to "Connect People to the Life, Calling, and Community of Christ."
Worship Schedule Sunday mornings at 9:00am and 11:15am
Sunday School & Bible Class 10:15-11 am
Monday evenings at 7:00pm
Sunday 9:00 AM Services are broadcast on the Radio on 1390 AM and 92.7 FM
Evening Advent and Lenten Services are on Radio WZZB at 1390 AM at 7:00 PM
THE 16th SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST (5 October 2014)
The True Vine Redeems the Vineyard of the Lord of Hosts
“The vineyard of the Lord of hosts is the house of Israel” (Is 5:7), which He planted “on a very fertile hill” (Is. 5:1). He did everything for His vineyard, not only clearing it of stones and planting it with “choice vines,” but also building the “watchtower” of His prophets and hewing out the “wine vat” of His priesthood in its midst (Is. 5:2). But when “he looked for it to yield grapes,” there were only “wild grapes” of bloodshed and unrighteousness (Is. 5:2, 7). The Lord Jesus likewise described the unfaithfulness of those who were called to care for His vineyard (Matt. 21:33–35). But in this He also describes His cross and Passion (Matt. 21:38–39), by which He has redeemed the vineyard for Himself. He is the true Vine, planted by death into the ground, and in His resurrection He brings forth “the fruits in their seasons” (Matt. 21:41). Among those good grapes of the true Vine is the apostle Paul. Once a zealous persecutor of the Church, he “suffered the loss of all things” in order to “gain Christ and be found in him,” to “know him and the power of his resurrection” (Phil. 3:8–10).
For additional information, contact our church office:
Immanuel Lutheran Church
605 South Walnut St.
Seymour, IN 47274