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The Voice Newsletter, December Edition

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Lessons & Carols Service: this Sunday, December 4th, 4pm

The annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols is a beloved tradition at Immanuel featuring the Chancel Choir with Mark Singleton, Director, and Stephen Scarlato, Organist, joined by a string quartet. Readers of the nine lessons are members and friends of the church. The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols celebrates the coming and birth […]

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Reverend Kari Returns and the Advent Candle of Justice is Lit this Sunday, December 4th, 10am

Together, we ask the Lord to give us courage to carry the light of Christ into the injustices and shadows of this world, and to give us the strength to be bearers of God’s peace and justice.

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Faith Family Fun Day: Saturday, December 3rd, 5 – 7pm

Join us as we explore the story of the birth of Jesus through wonderful seasonal activities! This event, geared for families with children, will include a meal and fun family activities for all ages. Please email Tracy Gormley,, with the number of people in your party so that we can plan for our meal […]

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Deepening our Open & Affirming Commitment to the LGBT Community

Would you like to work with others at Immanuel to expand our welcome to transgender, bisexual, gay and lesbian people, as well as to deepen our commitment to LGBT issues beyond our church walls? An initial opportunity to think about and discuss these topics will be on Tuesday, December 6th at 6:30pm in the Immanuel […]

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It’s Time to Order Your Poinsettias for Christmas! Poinsettia Sunday is December 18th, 10am

Celebrate your loved ones by purchasing a plant in their honor. Again this year, the poinsettia plants are $20 each. Order cards are available in each Sunday’s Order of Service, or by contacting the church office at, 860-527-8121. Deadline for ordering is December 12th.

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