There are many ways to be involved in activities and ministries at Immanuel .  

Worship Assistants

Called to be a servant of Christ, putting to use the gifts and talents that God has given in ways that help others and carry out the ministry of the church.   Thank you for volunteering to assist with our worship in the following ways: 

  • Usher-  meet and greet visitors, take attendance  
  • Reader- read the lessons for the day. 
  • Communion assistant- set up and assist with Holy Communion. 

 Thank you for your assistance in making worship meaningful for those participating.  

Contact Marilyn Hall if you have questions

Landscaping Team

It’s summer and the grass is growing and so are the weeds!!  

We are looking for some folks to help with the yard and garden work on Thursdays morning   

  • 9:00- 11:00:  2 people  LAWN- pick up garbage, mow the lawn (on our new riding lawn mower- training available), trim and blow the grass off the sidewalks
  • 10-11:30 : 2 people- FLOWER BEDS- pull weeds and keep flowerbeds cleaned up.  

Questions? Contact Ron Marks  or at 406-544-5084. 

Quilting Team

Quilts for Giving Tree!

Every year we make quilts to give to our “Giving Tree Families” at Christmas.  Thanks to all those who have been sewing quilt tops, making quilts, or tying quilts for Christmas families!  Volunteers are taking July and August off but will be back meeting in September  in Room 405  on Wednesdays at 10 am!   Lots of good conversation and work to be done!
Contact Judy Nakamura if you have questions. 

Ragtime Quilt Kits available

RAG TIME QUILT KITS are available to be taken home and made. Pick one up in Room 405, place your name beside the number on the sign up sheet.     

If you’ve never made a rag quilt- here’s a good tutorial on how to do it.   The good news is that the squares and batting are all cut out for you so you can start the video at 2:35 if you want to start with the sandwiching.  

Family Promise

Four times a year Immanuel hosts Family Promise, a ministry that supports
families experiencing homelessless at the  Family Housing Center at the Meadowlark. 

Volunteers are need to provide gas cards and gift cards, to donate vegetables and fruits for salads, and desserts.  Volunteers are also needed to help in the kitchen or provide security by opening the door for residents.  Also needed are people to be on call to do laundry (wash towels and bedding) when residents move out. 

More about this ministry can be found at 

Our next rotation will be in September.  Be a  part of this meaningful ministry.   Interested? Contact Nancy Marks   or 406-396-5494.