Welcome to Immanuel!

Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mokena is a family of God, connecting people in loving relationship with God through Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit, with each other in contagious Christian community, and with our calling of servanthood in the world.  We invite you to join us in embracing the great invitations of Jesus that we might fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus!  (Matthew 28:18-20).    Join us for worship this weekend!

Service Times:  9 am Sunday (Traditional) / 5 pm Saturday (Contemporary)
God's Kids Club & Adult Bible Study:  10:15 am Sundays, September through May

News & Events

Easter Egg Hunt - Saturday, March 31st at 11 am


Immanuel will host an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 31st at 11 am on our church grounds, and families from the community are invited to join us for this fun event!  We are requesting each family bring a non-perishable food donation which will be passed on to the Frankfort Township Food Pantry -- thank you!


Food Drive - Frankfort Township Food Pantry

We will hold a food drive from March 10th through March 25th in support of Frankfort Township Food Pantry.  A collection box will be available in the narthex -- they are in need of non-perishable items and also welcome paper goods and gift cards from Dollar Tree and grocery stores.

Preschool 2018-19 Registration

General Public registration is currently open.  Please visit the Preschool Overview page for more detailed information on Immanuel Lutheran Preschool!



What Do I Have?

What do I have, Lord, that you would need me as a servant?

Eyes, he said,
to see the beauty in all that I’ve made —
and my children as they travel life’s highway.

Hands, he said,
to reach out and touch hurting souls,
to give a hug or encouraging pat on the back.

Feet, he said,
to lead my children through this world of strife and to help them run from sin and follow me.

Mouth, he said,
to lift up your voice and sing praises to me so others may hear the joy in your heart.

Ears, he said,
to listen to my still, small voice of love
and to hear my children when they cry for help.

Heart, he said,
so you may know the full love of my Spirit and love my children as I have loved you.

—Thomas Butler