Thursday, December 13, 2012
All members of the Macomb Township community are invited to the Christmas Walk, a free live program featuring holiday stories, live animals and refreshments.
It’s easy to get caught up in the holiday hustle when you’re so busy buying gifts, baking, decorating, and, of course, arranging a meeting time with Santa Claus. Immanuel Lutheran Church and School reminds folks to slow down and take in the true meaning of the season Friday, Dec. 14 during their annual Christmas Walk program. The free event is from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and begins with a kids’ Christmas program titled “A Shepherd’s Story.” After, families file out to nine classrooms where they’ll enjoy a different holiday tale brought to life, including “Little Lamb’s Christmas,” “I See a Star,” and “Who is Coming to Our House?” The evening was organized by Immanuel Lutheran School's first and second grade classes, teachers Shannon Meyer, Mandi…
Friday, December 2, 2011
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TGIF, Macomb! Today's your last chance to get in this week's trivia game. Here goes: Tonight the students, staff and congregation of Immanuel Lutheran Church and School will host a Christmas Walk, to which all members of the Macomb Township community are invited. What is the theme of this walk? (Hint: Follow the Christmas Walk link.) The answer to yesterday's question is Suburban Ice Macomb. Here's the leaderboard as it stands today:
Monday, November 28, 2011
Immanuel Lutheran Church and School will host a free event Friday, where community members can rediscover the true meaning of Christmas through sight, song and story.
Every tale has a beginning, and the Christmas story is no exception. This Friday, Immanuel Lutheran Church and School is inviting the community to experience the story of Christmas from the beginning, joining students, staff and members of the congregation in recreating that original journey into Bethlehem on the “One Starry Night” Christmas Walk. “They can bring the Christmas story to life and start out the Christmas season with the focus on Christ,” said Karen Reincke, coordinator of the walk. The journey begins at the city gate, where they will register as guests of Bethlehem and be counted by the census taker. Once counted, specialized passports will guide guests on their journey through the story. “Each location they travel to–the …