Bible Study: Sunday 9:00 AM, Saturday 7:00 PM  |  Worship: Sunday 10:00 AM, Saturday 6:00 PM

Grace alone. Faith alone. Scripture alone.

It is the single purpose of Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church to be a Christian church which strives to proclaim the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Bible, by which alone man can know the true God and the way to eternal life.

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Sermons

The Greatest Grace Is Yet to Come
The Fall from Grace

Quinquagesima

February 11, 2024
Necessary

Sexagesima

February 4, 2024
Faith in Christ Provides True Freedom

Septuagesima

January 28, 2024
Trust God to Be God
Marvel at the Unknowable Nature of God!

1st Weekend After Epiphany

January 14, 2024
Letting Go and Moving Forward...In Christ

The Festival of Epiphany

January 7, 2024
God's Word Does Not Discriminate

1st Sunday After Christmas

December 31, 2023
How to Keep a Christmas Mindset All Year
All Signs Point to Jesus
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  • February 21, 2024
    Devotion Mark 6:17-29   Announcements Pastoral Call Lent Service Funeral CLC Tournament Red Cross Blood Drive Alumni Day Arts Camp   Prayer List Pastor John Hein Marlene Hanel Jim Lien   Hymn: 272 “When All the World was Cursed”
  • February 14, 2024
    Devotion Job 42:1-6   Announcements Pastoral Call Ash Wednesday Funerals CLC Tournament Arts Camp   Prayer List Pastor John Hein Marlene Hanel Kate Sauers Jim Lien   Hymn: 140 “Jesus, I Will Ponder Now”
  • February 7, 2024
    Devotion Philippians 1:19-20   Announcements Weekend Service Ash Wednesday Basketball Update   Prayer List Pastor John Hein Marlene Hanel Kate Sauers Jim Lien Ty Landon Rebekah Busch   Hymn: 502 “Saints of God, the Dawn is Brightening”

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Joseph Naumann

pastor

Pastor Joe Naumann is a fifth generation pastor who grew up largely in Alaska and Wisconsin. He was baptized at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Detroit Lakes, MN and was confirmed at Luther Memorial Church in Fond du Lac, WI. He attended high school at Immanuel Lutheran High School in Eau Claire, graduating in 2008.

In 2013, he graduated from Immanuel Lutheran College in with a Pre-Theological degree. In 2014, he vicared under Pastor Wilke at Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Saginaw, MI. In 2015, he vicared under Pastor Dave Schierenbeck at Berea Lutheran Church in Inver Grove Heights, MN. In 2016, He graduated from Immanuel Lutheran Seminary. That same year, he received the call to serve as Associate Pastor at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mankato, MN. 

Pastor Naumann married Rachel Sydow in 2014. He and Rachel have been blessed with four children: Eleanor, Olivia, Samson, and Adelaide.

Neal Radichel

pastor

Pastor Neal Radichel attended Immanuel Lutheran College in Eau Claire, WI, graduating with his Pre-Theological degree in 2004. He graduated from Immanuel Lutheran Seminary in 2007 and first served at St. Stephen Church and School in Mountain View, CA until 2011. Following his time there he then served at Luther Memorial Church and School in Fond du Lac, WI until 2018 where he and his family moved to serve Immanuel here in Mankato, MN. He enjoys preaching, teaching, music, anything outdoors, and spending time with his family. Pastor Neal married Erin in 2003, and has since been blessed with four children. 

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421 North Second Street
Mankato, MN 56001

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Sunday 10:00 AM
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