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Immanuel means “God with Us”. It is the name given to Jesus, the son of God in human flesh and a promise to people that He will be with us forever. Immanuel also is an apt description of our congregation. God is with us, and His Spirit dwells within us through baptism, forgiveness and life in us. These gifts make us whole through the Word and Sacrament.

   

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Meet Our Leaders

At Immanuel Lutheran Church & School, there are many hands and hearts that go into developing and making our faith community a place where we can be proud to serve Christ. Our staff is full of dedicated, gracious, and spiritual followers of Jesus Christ. Our staff members work together to ensure our church and school homes are full of love and abundant in gospel teachings.

"So he shepherded them according to the integrity of his heart, And guided them by the skillfulness of his hands." Psalms 78:72

Pastor Craig Wehmeyer

Senior Pastor Craig Wehmeyer

A Missouri native, Reverend Craig Wehmeyer joined Immanuel Lutheran Church in June 2020. Originally from the Holts Summit area, he attended Lutheran schools, then earned an Agricultural Science degree from Truman State University. He and his wife, Emilie, have two children. Reverend Wehmeyer enjoys spending time outdoors and playing guitar.

     

Pastor Jacob Sipes

Pastor Jacob Sipes

We welcome Pastor Jacob Sipes to the Immanuel family.

     

Principal Nick Hopfensperger

Principal Nick Hopfensperger

Nick Hopfensperger has been a steady, guiding hand for students at Immanuel Lutheran School since 2008. He is focused on helping teach the whole child — spiritually, academically, and socially — and has helped on Immanuel's rich tradition of forming well-rounded followers of God through a quality Christian education.

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"A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed." Proverbs 11:25

Your offering helps support our ministry both at home and abroad, helping us nurture and teach children of God, spreading His message of love. When you give freely, you partner with us in our mission "to enrich the faith of all members and to seek and to save the lost through preaching God’s Word, teaching His people, and reaching out with Christ’s love."