Winter Jam 2019
On February 22nd, Immanuel Students will be attending Winter Jam at Thompson Bowling Arena. Including artists like the Newsboys, Mandisa, Rend Collective, and others, this event is open to all middle school and high school students as well as their families. Tickets are $15 at the door, with doors opening at 6:00pm.
Further details about where and when to meet will be available closer to the date. If you would like to sign up, a sign-up sheet will be sent out to the Immanuel Students’ GroupMe chat. If you or your student is not a part of the GroupMe chat, please contact Eddie Irwin at email@example.com to sign-up!
Are you new to Immanuel? If so, join us for a Newcomers Lunch to learn more about Immanuel Church and connect with others!
When: Sunday, February 17th, immediately following the service.
Where: 2444 Covered Bridge Blvd., Knoxville, TN 37932
If you would like to join, you can do so by emailing Zach Conant at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
Family Meeting Notes
At our last Family Meeting, we shared with the church our first group of lay elder (or “congregational pastor”) nominees. Below is a brief summary of what we shared at that meeting. We hope this information will help you as you prayerfully consider these nominees. And of course, if you have further questions, please let us know.
To see the summary and learn more, click HERE.
If you believe God is leading you to join Immanuel Church in membership or are interested in learning more, we invite you to visit immanuelknox.org/membership for more information. We will also have packets available at church if you would like a hardcopy. If you have any questions, please contact us!
Do you have an old cellphone lying around? Rather than throwing it away, donate it! Amanda Haire, a member of Immanuel Church and a zookeeper at the Knoxville Zoo, is collecting old cellphones to help with the Knoxville Zoo’s efforts to conserve the natural habitats of wild gorillas. Coltan, a mineral found in cellphones, is often mined in these habitats, but by collecting old cellphones the mineral can be recycled and reduce the demand for new coltan. If you have an old cellphone that you would like to donate, you may drop it off in a donation box located in the atrium!