Immanuel Community Church represents the multi-ethnic and professional groups of believers of Jesus Christ residing in various communities along the Northeastern coast of the US. A member of the Olivet Assembly of USA, under the spiritual and mission guidance of the World Olivet Assembly (WOA), Immanuel Church was planted by the alumni of Olivet Theological College and Seminary (OTCS). In 2002, a group of seminary...About Us Who We Are
On January 13th, NYC Immanuel Community Church held the Sunday Service with Dr.deVeries preaching from Matthew 28:16-20, with the title of "Looking, Learning, and Leading in 2019" As we look ahead at the beginning of 2019, the Great Commission at the end of the Apostle Matthew's record of the Gospel is especially loaded with awesome grace and amazing wisdom. Jesus' final instructions on earth are still intensely relevant for our grace-filled, vibrant and fruitful living this year. Jesus tells us to look and recognize his presence with us all the days going forward and to learn, live and teach his liberating commandments. He also tells us to lead, mentor, disciple people of every ethnic group. All this is to be done through the wonderful, all-encompassing power of our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus Great Commission gives us a transforming vision for 2019 - for each of our lives and for Immanuel Community Church. Let us be renewed in our …Read More More Articles
NYC Immanuel Church held a Semester Kick-Off Retreat for college students and concluded with the overflowing grace of God on September 29th. The retreat with the theme of "No other name" focused on the salvation through Jesus Christ through 3 stories in the book of John. The first lecture was delivered on John 4, the story of the Samaritan Woman. The message highlighted the spiritual thirst that this woman had and suffered from. The greatest sin that was mentioned in Romans 1 is the godlessness. When Man leaves God and does not want to retain Him, what follows is to worship idols. As this woman had many husbands to fulfill her thirst, we tend to make many idols to get the satisfaction from. But as it is not quenched by those, they keep searching for something more thrilling and sensational and reach to the extreme sin. Jesus knew her deep thirst and limit that she is facing, so approached to her to give the eternal living water. …
2018 Immanuel Pentecost retreat ended on May 20 with the Sunday and closing service. Attendees testified to the abundant grace they received through the lecture, service and prayer time. Christian Guillermo said it is always gracious whenever he attended the retreat at Immanuel Church. "The retreat help me realize deeper the sacrifice Jesus had made; the fellowship and love from the Church family is just beautiful." Tyrone Bishop shared his reflection of being baptized on this special occasion. "I always wanted to be baptized, but I don't really know the meaning of baptism until I learned that baptism begins with our hearts. I am very joyful to be baptized today." Sister Youngjin Song from Boston Immanuel Church who was also baptized on the Pentecost Sunday shared also her reflection. "I was overwhelmed by the love of God received through the Holy Spirit. God said it's just the beginning but there is much more He'd like to share with me. I am thankful for this retreat time." Richard Cerruti from …
January 15, 2019
On January 13th, NYC Immanuel Community Church held the Sunday Service with Dr.deVeries preaching from Matthew 28:16-20, with the title of "Looking, Learning, and Leading in 2019" As we look ahead at the beginning of 2019, the Great Commission at the …
December 27, 2018
On December 9th, Immanuel Community Church in NYC held a graceful Sunday service, honoring the 2nd Sunday of Advent. Dr.Devries delivered the message from Matthew 1:18-25 about Immanuel God who chooses to be with us at the bodily form of …
Regional Mission Conference for Northeast will be held to discuss and set up the goals for the new...
Monthly Mini-retreat with the theme of “Male and Female God Created” will be held on January 26th in...
Immanuel Church will host monthly prayer circle at New York University for all college students in NYC.
Every Mon to Fri 6:30 am
Group Bible Studies
Every Monday 7 pm
Every Sunday 11 AM
Every Wednesday 7 pm
Friday Prayer Meeting
Every Friday 7 pm
Christian Men’s Group
Sunday 10:45 AM
Located in New York City, we wish to be instrumental in the fulfillment of God's dream, the universal vision of building the body of Christ. Just as the first disciples cast their net holding 153 fish without tearing it, Immanuel seeks the abundant diversity formed by people from various backgrounds harmoniously united in the truth. The word preached in different languages is delivered through acknowledged ministers to help people deeply …