Worship at Immanuel Richton Park

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Richton Park Fire Donations

On December 4th, 26+ families lost everything as their apartment building went up in flames. We ask you to consider joining us in our mission to Share Christ and Build Hope with these families as they begin the initial stages of recovering from this loss.

**Matching Grant until 9pm December 16th***


You are invited

Have you just moved to the area and are looking for a new church to call home? Or perhaps you attend a church in the city and are looking for a place closer to home. Maybe you are someone who hasn't been to church in a long time...or maybe never at all.

Regardless of your church background, you are welcome to come and worship here. 

We know how difficult can be to experience something new. Our Plan-A-Visit allows you the opportunity to learn about what to expect on a Sunday at Immanuel. Feel free to ask us any questions you may have about your upcoming visit. We want this to be a great experience for you!

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Sundays 9am and 11am     Worship

Worship with us inside, from your car in the parking lot, or live online. Click the button below for more information specific to how you plan to worship.

Worship Online with Live Stream

Sundays Starting at 9 am

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Prayer Group

Children at Immanuel

JAM activites 10:15am (ages 3-11)

Currently unavailable


Share Christ...Build Hope

Immanuel Richton Park is a small, big impact church that has been a part of the Richton Park community since 1852. Our mission at Immanuel is to Share Christ and Build Hope in Richton Park and our surrounding communities. From our food and clothing pantry to Back2School Bash, weekly Bible studies to 4/5 Sunday service projects, our heart is to bless others as God has blessed us.
We are a part of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. What does this mean? It means we believe in the Holy Trinity (One God in three Persons), we believe that we by nature are sinful and in need of a savior...and that savior is Jesus Christ. We believe He took our sins as His own, died for us so that we may have eternal life. We believe the Bible to be the inerrant Word of God.
We are not perfect, nor do we claim to be. We know that sin is a constant struggle for us all...and we are thankful for the daily renewal that can be found in Christ. Amen!


Upcoming Events

  • Sat, Aug 08
    Immanuel Richton Park
    Aug 08, 2020, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
    Immanuel Richton Park, 4800 Sauk Trail, Richton Park, IL, USA
    Due to Covid-19 and state guidelines...this event has been cancelled.

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4800 Sauk Trail
Richton Park, IL 60471




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