Immanuel Lutheran Church & School • 605 South Walnut Street • Seymour, Indiana 47274 • 812-522-3118
CHURCH Prayer of the day:
Your Word tells us that we face trials and tribulations of all kinds in this world. But Jesus Christ says, "Take heart, I have overcome the world." May this be my constant reminder. Amen.

Meet Vicar Martin Dressler

 He is living at the vicarage residence at 324 Jackson, just south of the church.  His phone number is 519-0325. 

Martin was born and raised in North Carolina and attended Concordia College, Bronxville, New York.  While at Concordia, he spent one semester studying at Westfield House of Cambridge University, where he became fully convinced he wanted to study for the pastoral ministry.  After three years in New York, he enrolled at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, his first experience in the Midwest.

When he learned of his vicarage placement here, he wrote:  “I am very much looking forward to learning the culture of Indiana and its residents.  As a vicar, I will do my very best to learn and serve in the spirit of humility becoming a servant of the Lord.  I hope and pray that I will be able to meet your expectations.  Once again, thank you for this opportunity, and may God bless this upcoming year.” 


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     

(11 October 2015)
Amos 5:6–7, 10–15
Hebrews 3:12–19
Mark 10:17–22

Christ Jesus Is the One and Only Good by Whom You Inherit Eternal Life
The Lord is the Author and Giver of life, as well as a consuming fire of judgment against all “who afflict the righteous, who take a bribe, and turn aside the needy in the gate” (Amos 5:12). “Seek the Lord and live,” therefore, by hating what is evil, loving what is good and doing what is just and right, according to His Word. “And so the Lord, the God of hosts, will be with you” (Amos 5:6, 14–15). Understand that “no one is good except God alone” (Mark 10:18). The life that you are called to live is found neither in your “great possessions,” nor in your good works, but only in Christ Jesus. Let go of “all that you have” and follow Him, even unto death, and “you will have treasure in heaven” (Mark 10:21–22). Do not harden your heart against His voice, nor turn away from Him, lest you “fall away from the living God.” Rather, hear and heed His call, cling to His Word and “exhort one another every day,” that you may remain steadfast in Christ and “firm to the end” (Heb. 3:12–15).