9:30 A.M.

  • Enthusiastic singing, relevant messages, multi-generational worship, activities for children, post service fellowship with coffee and lemonade.  Immanuel believes that worship is a family activity.
    • Nursery available for 0 – 3 year olds
    • Ages 3 – Kindergarten can pick up a children’s bulletin on the Connections table and are release a few minutes into worship for interactive Children & Worship (September-May).
    • 1st – 3rd graders can pick up an activity clipboard on the way to worship from the Connections table that coordinates with the message.
    • 4th -6th graders are invited to keep track of key words from the morning sermon outline

6:00 p.m.

  • A more intimate family service that focuses on a scripture message and prayer.

Children & Worship (C&W) invites children to experience God through a unique storytelling format using multi-sensory materials.  C&W is a special place where children can encounter God and learn what it means to believe in Him.  C&W meets during the morning worship service (September-May) for children ages 3 through Kindergarten.

Sunday School runs from 11:00 a.m-11:45 a.m. (September-May) and provides children from preschool through 5th grade the opportunity to interact with the narrative from the Bible and allow it to impact their lives.  The stories from the Bible come to life through videos, activity pages, skits and more.

Catechism takes place Sunday mornings 11:00 a.m.-11:45 a.m. It presents middle school and high school age student with principles of the Christian Reformed faith in the form of questions and answers from the Heidelberg Catechism.  Catechism is a safe place for kids to ask questions about their faith, to process what the Bible is saying and how it impacts their lives.

Young Peoples (grades 9-12) meets every Wednesday evening beginning at 7:15 p.m. from September – May.  It provides a place for high school students to spend time together growing in faith through lessons, activities, and time of service in the community.  It is an evening of fun and relaxation crafted to energize high schoolers as the walk the Christian journey.

Small Groups strive to reach authentic relationships through practicing the small group principles of discovery, care, humility, truth-telling, and encouragement which grows people in habits of fully devoted disciples.  Two times a year we have sermon series that is connected to our small group ministry.  The groups meet at different times during the week during the sermon series. Want to join a small group?  Contact Jenna Hernandez at ministrycoordinator@immanuelcrc.net.

The goal of the Calvinist Cadet Corps is to help boys grow spiritually in all areas of life (devotional, mental, physical and social) by providing Christian men with a uniquely designed structure, program and materials. The Cadet’s mission is to help boys grow to be more Christlike in all areas of life (devotional, mental, physical and social) by providing Christian men to lead a uniquely designed program that lets them lead by example.  Cadets meets the first and third Wednesday of each month (September-April) at 7:00 p.m. at the First Christian Reformed Church and is open for boys in 4th through 8th grade.

The mission of GEMS Girls’ Clubs is to help bring girls into a living, dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ.

Our vision is to see girls around the world actively and enthusiastically expressing love for God and others—girls equipped, motivated, and passionately engaged in living out their faith.

Together, we will learn how to love and care for one another, other people, ourselves, and our relationship with God. And we’ll do this by learning about Jesus Christ, what He has done for us and His plans for each of our lives.

GEMS meets the first and third Wednesday of each month (September – April) at 7:00 p.m. at Immanuel Christian Reformed Church and is open for girls in grades 4 – 8.

Sunshine Circle is a women’s small group Bible study that chooses their own material and gathers for study and fellowship.  Sunshine Circle meets the first and third Wednesdays of each month (September – April) at 1:30 p.m. in the northeast classroom.