Mission Statement Since 1885 the mission of the Order has been the extension of Christ's Kingdom through prayer, service, and evangelism. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, our vision as Daughters is to know Jesus Christ, to make Him known to others, and to reflect God's love throughout the world.
If you feel called to this fulfilling vocation, or you are interested in beginning the National 12-lesson Study Guide, please call the church office (715) 695-3511, or Sara Heck (715) 695-3229, to ask questions or find out when the next study begins. Informational brochures may be found in the church Narthex. More information may also be obtained by visiting The Order of the Daughters of the King website at: http://www.doknational.com/
The mission of the Immanuel Lutheran Church Endowment Fund is to encourage Christian stewardship and to enhance the outreach ministry of the congregation. "As I have loved you, so you must love one another." John 13:34
Requests are invited in December of each year and awards are made at the January annual congregational meeting. A minimum of five percent of the value is given out in four categories:
Scholarships to members of the congregation attending a Lutheran college or seminary
Local social service agencies administering to the needs of people in the community
To ELCA education and outdoor ministries
To ELCA and Northwest WI Synod sponsored outreach programs and partner ministries
The Endowment Fund, being an important part of our congregation’s ministry, encourages you to consider gifts or memorials and to consider a bequest in your estate planning.
Mission Statement To reach people in need within and outside of the church community.
Yearly Contributions A $500.00 donation from Immanuel's WELCA group is given on an annual basis. An annual application is submitted to the Endowment Fund Committee to request funds. On average we receive $500.00 each year from this source.
Current Members Rita Berge, Marie Murrell, Helen Beebe, Marlene Onstad, Michelle Peaslee
Yearly Projects Fair Trade Coffee and Chocolate Sales - Marie Murrell; The Community Table (meal service in Eau Claire) - Helen Beebe; Easter Cards (for the homebound) - Marlene Onstad; Christmas Cards & Gifts (for the homebound) - Rita Berge; Noisy-can offerings (for special world need projects); Thanksgiving & Easter Dinners - Michelle Peaslee
Annual Donations Big Brothers Big Sisters; New Horizons; Christmas from the Heart; Noisy-can offering donation matching for world need projects