Wind & Strings Concert Sunday, May 31st at 2:30 pm

At 2:30 in the afternoon a special program will be presented by Katie Mahan, internationally-known concert pianist.  Katie has played with our Colorado Springs Philharmonic back in 2010.  She will play Beethoven’s monumental “Waldstein” sonata.  She will also be joined by clarinetist Alexander Bedenko and Basil Vendryes, principal violist of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.  They will play chamber music by Schumann and Bruch.

We request a donation of $25 to cover the costs of renting a Steinway grand piano.  Spread the word and invite your friends to this spectacular event!

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Sunday Sermons Can Now Be Viewed on Facebook

Have you ever been sick or out-of-town on a Sunday?  Now you can still catch the sermon on Facebook.  If you already have a Facebook account, just go to, login and at the top of the page type in “Immanuel Lutheran Church of Colorado Springs.”  Then scroll down the page until you find the sermon and click on it for viewing.


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Sunday School for 2 yr olds & their Parents

We now offer a Sunday School class for our smallest children (two years and under).  It is called “Parents and Twos.”  This program allows parents or grandparents to encourage and nurture their children as they learn about Jesus together.  In this class, the children learn about our Lord and Savior and are able to watch their parents/grandparents make church and Sunday School a very important part of their family life.  All Sunday School classes begin at 10:45 am on Sunday mornings.  We look forward to seeing you and your little one!  Direct any questions to Marlys at 661-4747. 

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Immanuel Lutheran Church is on Facebook

Did you know we were on Facebook?  Go to and “like” us and get up to date information on events at Immanuel, links to daily devotions and much more!

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The mission of Immanuel Lutheran Church is to vigorously
make known the love of GOD
by word and deed within our congregation,
our community,
and the world.

In grateful response to God’s grace and empowered by the Holy Spirit
through Word and Sacraments,
Immanuel strengthens and equips God’s people to develop
a mature and vibrant relationship with God through Jesus Christ.

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