CARE + PRAYER
We’re here to assist you to overcome the obstacles of life preventing you from being all you can be in Christ.
Through hospital visitation, immediate care for families in crisis (death or other emergency), and ministry to those who are convalescing or home bound, the Immanuel Ministerial Staff and Deacons desire to minister as Jesus instructed.
If you have Pastoral Care needs, please call us at (909) 425-1777.
It’s been said no mighty act of God has happened apart from prayer. At Immanuel, our prayer ministry is a vital part of how we do ministry. Whether in public or in private, group or individual, we believe prayer energizes the activity that accomplishes God’s purposes.
Corporate Prayer Meeting
Sundays | 8:40am
Wednesday Morning Men’s Prayer
Wednesday | 6:30am
Building C Room 211
Being in the hospital is a stressful, lonely situation. We want to make sure those who call Immanuel home are taken care of during these times.
Hospital Visitation is available to members of Immanuel Baptist Church and their family. If you or a family member are hospitalized locally, please call the church office at 909-425-1777 to let us know and we’ll have someone visit.
No matter what addiction you’re dealing with, we know it’s possible to be freed from dependencies and compulsions through the power of Christ.
Overcomer’s is a Christ-centered 12-step recovery program addressing addictions and compulsions.
Overcomer’s Outreach (On break until further notice)
Wednesdays | 6:00pm
Building D Room 214
Our Immanuel Bereavement ministry is all about celebrating the lives of those within our congregation who have gone to see our Lord. Join us in celebrating the lives of those who have recently passed.
Sandy Mark went home to be with the Lord on July 14.
Teajh McCallon went home to be with the Lord on July 28.
Robert Miller went home to be with the Lord this August.
Shirley Coleman went home to be with the Lord this August.
Betty Donovan went home to be with the Lord August 24.
Upcoming Care Classes
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