We serve using the gifts and talents God has given us.

We believe the ultimate goal of a Christ follower is to be a servant. Immanuel is committed to leading people to Jesus and equipping disciples in their faith.
One way to experience growth in our faith is through loving our neighbors.
Throughout our 100+ year history, God has blessed us with ministry partnerships locally, across our nation, and around the world.

Whether it's at home or across the sea, we want to help you find your place to serve.

Give Thanks by Giving Back

We have parented with community agencies to serve and support those left fortunate this Thanksgiving season. Below is information on opportunities to donate and serve.

God's Pantry

Food distribution: Nov 19, 2022 (1685 Jaggie Fox Way, Lexington, KY 40511)
            - 7:30 am box assembly
            - 9:30 am assist with delivery of boxes.
            - Sponsor a box for $40

Lexington Rescue Mission

Help prepare and serve meals or sponsor meals.  Meal sponsorships are $2.16 each. 

Natalie's Sisters 

Help prepare food for Natalie’s Sisters’ Thanksgiving meal. Contact Jani Lewis: jani@nataliessisters.org

Revive House Recovery Ministry

Help with Thanksgiving meals for Revive House Recovery Ministry.  Contact Nancy Jenkins:  Njenkins@revivetomission.com


Bring new toys or gift cards for kids birth through 18 years old to support our local ministry partner Revive House located in Nicholasville. The Toy Drive begins on November 6 at "Light the Night" and will run through December 9th.  Boxes will be located outside the Worship Center and in the ROC lobby.


It's not too early to think about Christmas.  Will you or your group consider sponsoring a Step by Step mom with a gift that will benefit them all year. Read more about the December 26th Project here.

You can support a mom as a group or an individual. Click the link below to donate.  


2023 mission trips will open for registration on Sunday, October 23rd.

Bogota, Colombia

March 12-18, 2023
Choose to spend your Spring Break in South America serving alongside missionaries who devote their time to reaching college students who desperately need to hear the Good News of Jesus. During this week we will be meeting young adults and college students, inviting them to ministry opportunities, sharing the Gospel and prayer walking through the streets of Colombia.

Atlanta, Georgia

June 3-9, 2023
The Atlanta Mission Trip will include various forms of community outreach in the Clarkston and Atlanta community. Teams may participate in activities such as apartment outreach, food pantry ministry, after school programs, sports ministry, canvassing, prayer walking, homeless ministry, physical labor, serving at-risk families, and university campus ministry.

Student Mission Trip

Dates TBD
We are in the process of planning a student mission trip in 2023.  Location and details are still being worked out with our partners.  Complete the request for more information below and our team will follow up with you soon. 


Dates TBD
Are you interested in joining us in Europe to take Jesus to places and people who might be displaced? We are looking to work in places that have high concentrations of refugees and where missionaries are already working to take the Gospel. You might find yourself helping with an ESL class, prayer walking in a city that has few Christians or teaching refugees how to strum a guitar! Either way, our goal is for all nations, tribes and peoples to hear the Good News of Jesus

Unreached People Group of the Month

Will you join us in prayer for the Kazakhs of Uzbekistan?
Pray that the Lord of the harvest will give Russian and Uzbek believers a heart to bridge gaps and engage with Kazakhs near them despite the challenges.


Health clinic offering free support and medical services for families affected by unplanned pregnancy
 Help meet the needs of the poor and homeless in Lexington through Christ-centered ministry
Empower young single mothers to improve their families’ lives through faith and support
Bluegrass Community Church serving the Cardinal Valley area in Lexington. Contact Jeff Story for more information. 
Read to children, encourage staff, and provide community enrichment resources and activities
Read to children, encourage staff, and provide community enrichment resources and activities
Provide care for children and families through foster care centers, family services, and therapeutic treatment
Orphan Care Alliance provides opportunities to engage in orphan care through adopting or advocating.
Seeks to transform urban neighborhoods through faith with programs like Amachi mentoring and Fatherhood initiative
Extend support to sexually exploited women seeking to show them their identity in Christ
Senior living community dedicated to providing quality housing and rehab services reflecting Christian Compassion
Support Mill Creek Elementary through the Teacher Wishlist Project! You'll find lists of needed classroom items requested by teachers along with purchasing options at the links below.

To serve our local missions partnerships, connect with us using the below form:

International Serving 

With so many of our friends traveling nationally and internationally spreading the good news of Jesus Christ, we ask that you join us in regular prayer for their safety, their provision, wisdom and guidance. Pray that the hearts of the people they are serving would open to the love of our Father and that our friends plant seeds wherever they go.

For more information on our traveling friends, please contact Ivy Underwood at ivyu@ibclex.com.