This Weeks Bulletin

This Week's Sunday Bulletin

Welcome to Immanuel

September 24, 2017

Sunday Morning Services
8am, 9:30am, 11am
Worship Center

Welcome and Announcements

Worship through Singing
Ascription of Praise

Worship through Prayer & Giving
Marie Rhyne: Come to Jesus

Worship through The Word
Keeping by Saving
Jude 20-23
Pastor Jesse Johnson

From Worship to the World

Evening Service

Kept from Stumbling
Jude 24-25
Pastor Jesse Johnson


Men's Ministry Bible Study Groups

Core Strength: Tuesdays, 6-7am, Room A207; studying the Book of Acts.
Men of the Bible (MOB): Tuesdays, 6:45-8:45pm, Choir/Seminar Room; studying the Book of Romans.
Visit for more information.

Women's Bible Studies

Women's Bible Studies
It is not too late to join a Bible study! Groups are just getting started. Immanuel offers a variety of Bible studies for women in the morning and the evening. There is childcare available for those pre-registered that meet at IBC. You can find out more and register at

(formerly known as MOPS)
Monday, October 2, 7-9pm, Room A207

Are you a mom who is pregnant or has a child in kindergarten or younger? You are invited to the next meeting where there will be great food and edifying conversations. A panel of women from different stages of life will be discussing how to manage the many demands we face in this season of mothering so that we prioritize the Good Stuff. Please invite your friends - their first meeting is free. Find out more and register at

Paid Childcare Workers

We are hiring part-time childcare workers for midweek morning and evening programs. Must be 18 years or older and love working with kids. For more information, contact Diana Warden, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Inclement Weather Closings

Please check our website, our Facebook page, or download the IBC App for information about church closings and cancellations during inclement weather.

Immanuel Shuttles

Ride the Immanuel shuttles to make room for our first-time visitors in our parking lots. Shuttles run from 7am-12:45pm. Brochures are available at the Welcome Center.

Upcoming Sunday Schedule

October 1
Post Tenebrus Lux: V Solas,
Jesse Johnson

October 8
Iustitia Aliena, Romans 4:5
Ryan Francis, Pastoral Associate

October 15
Simul Justus et Peccator, Romans 4:6-8
Ryan Francis, Pastoral Associate

October 29
Ad Fontes, Psalm 42
Jesse Johnson

November 5
Semper Reformanda, Psalm 85
Jesse Johnson


Smart Money, Smart Kids

In this six-part DVD series with Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachael Cruze, you will learn how to teach your children about stewardship and money. Most people learn this the hard way. Love your kids by equipping them to handle the realities of work, spending, saving, and giving. Discussion led by Jeremy and Leah Raley. Begins October 8, 11am, and costs $60/couple or single parent, with rebate for attending all six sessions. Register at

Adult Bible Fellowships

Sunday morning Adult Bible Fellowships (ABFs) are the quickest way to get connected at Immanuel. Much more than an adult Sunday School class, ABFs are mid-sized communities. Please visit for information.


Discovering Immanuel
8am, Room A206

November 12

8am, Room A201

October 15


Seminar - Gospel Sexuality: Raising Sexually Healthy Kids

parenting seminar
It's tougher than ever to be both a kid and a parent today! The world's culture is continually pushing an anything-goes sexuality on our children. Gospel Sexuality: Raising Sexually Healthy Kids gives you gospel-centered principles and practical help to disciple your kids' hearts and nurture their faith as they face the sexual chaos of their world.
Join the staff of Harvest USA, November 11, at Immanuel Bible Church, 9:30am-3:30pm. Tickets are $10/single, $15/couple. To purchase tickets, please go to


Featured Missionary

Please refer to the printed version of the bulletin to learn about this week's featured missionaries.

Freedom Sunday

Hosted by the International Justice Mission (IJM), a global organization that protects the poor from human slavery and human sex-trafficking in the developing world. Please stop by their table in the Atrium for more information and partnership.

Support Mission Muffins
October 1, Atrium

Mission Muffins
With the Ready2Cook program, employees learn baking, retail, marketing and business skills that make them ready for the job market. Every time you purchase these scrumptious muffins, not only are you getting the best baked goods money can buy, but you are helping to train and equip a homeless or employment-challenged individual to return to society. Learn more at

Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Turkey - #37 | Additional information is available at


Grief Walk Support Group - New Date
Monday, October 9

Please join us for help and encouragement if you are grieving the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend. Grief Walk offers a place where hurting people can find healing and hope in Christ. We meet at Matthew Place on the second Monday of each month, 7-8:30pm. For information, please call 703.813.1952 or email Joanne, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Flyers are available in the Atrium.

Lay Counseling at Immanuel

Christ-centered, scripturally-based guidance, clarity, and perspective on the life issues we face. The Care and Counseling Ministry offers various support groups and trained lay counselors who have walked life's journey with its blessings, joys and sorrows. For more information or to make an appointment, please contact the Care and Counseling Office, 703.813.1952, or email Alice, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Audition Announcement

Save the date! Auditions for the 2018 Easter Pageant, Hope Endures, will be held Saturday, September 30, 10am-12pm, and Monday, October 2, 7-9pm. Find more information and sign up for an audition slot at Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Volunteer Call

Not interested in acting for the Easter Pageant? No worries - there are lots of other ways to participate! Opportunities include singing in the offstage choir, playing in the orchestra, assisting in costumes, make-up, tech, backstage, set construction, and more. There's also a special call for a couple to take charge of the design and creation of all props. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information if you are interested.

DC Worship Project
October 1, 6pm

DC Worship Project

Opportunities to Serve on the Levite Team

The Levites team re-stock the pew racks and pick up papers left in the Worship Center. Times to serve are Sunday afternoons or Monday. Contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or write your interest on your connection card.

Opportunities to Serve on the Communion Prep Team

The communion prep team is in need of a few more volunteers. If you are interested in helping please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.


Open Houses Scheduled

You've seen the projects on the walls outside the classrooms. Now is your opportunity to see inside the classrooms! Come to our 'First Look Fridays' Open Houses scheduled throughout the year, 9 -11am, to see ICS in action. The next date is October 13. RSVP at

Employment Opportunities

Our Extended Care program is looking to hire people who enjoy working with children but desire a flexible schedule. We are seeking employees over the age of 20 who are interested in part-time work after school. Responsibilities include working with K-8 students from 3:15-6pm. Also, if your children attend ICS, they can enroll in Extended Care at no cost to you while you work. Please contact Allison Masson for further information. Visit to begin the application process.

Substitute Teachers Needed

Download applications on our website at and mail to ICS.


This Week at the Bookstore

The Legacy of Sovereign Joy by John Piper
October is Ministry Appreciation Month! Appreciation means gratitude, thankful recognition, the act of estimating the qualities of things and giving them their proper value. Why not stop in and find something to show your appreciation to your ministry leader or pastor. Mention "Ministry Appreciation" at check out and receive a special discount on your purchase.

Sunday hours are now 9am-1pm and 4:30-7pm.


William Tyndale

William Tyndale"To scatter Roman darkness by Scripture's light, the loss of land and life I will reckon slight."

William Tyndale (1494-1536) is known as the Apostle of England. A linguistic genius—he was proficient in at least eight languages—he made it his life's goal to translate the Bible from its original languages into English, a feat never before accomplished. Forbidden from this task by both king and Church, Tyndale fled England at age 30 to live the rest of his life as an outlaw.

He first hid in Germany where he sat under Luther's preaching and studied the newly completed German Bible. When Tyndale started his translation, he needed a city with a printing press, a paper mill, only loose Catholic control, and along a river so he could export his work back to England. He settled on Worms, where Luther stood trial a decade earlier. When Tyndale was run out of Worms, he fled to Antwerp. There shippers smuggled his Bibles into England, where they were sold from the docks, all against the King's direct orders.

Eventually, Tyndale's operation was infiltrated by an English spy. He was betrayed, kidnapped, and spent five-hundred days in a Brussel's dungeon where nearly froze to death. He was then paraded through town, formally excommunicated, and hung to death by a chain as he was hoisted onto a wooden cross. His body was then covered in gun powder and the cross was lit on fire, causing his corpse to explode.

His last words were "Lord, open the king of England's eyes."

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Immanuel Bible Church
6911 Braddock Road
Springfield VA 22151-3602


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