Immanuel’s Congregational Mission Statement:

Nurtured and sustained by God’s grace,
we at Immanuel United Church
seek continually to be formed as servants of God:
centring our life in worship and study,
enjoying and sharing with one another in our diversity,
offering hospitality to all who come through our doors,
extending an open invitation to God’s table,
reaching out beyond our walls,
affirming the worth of every person,
working for justice and peace,
and witnessing to our hope for God’s world.

Immanuel is a congregation of the United Church of Canada. The United Church uses various statements of faith, including “A Song of Faith” and “A New Creed”.

A New Creed

United Church of Canada crestWe are not alone,
we live in God’s world.

We believe in God:
who has created and is creating,
who has come in Jesus,
the Word made flesh,
to reconcile and make new,
who works in us and others by the Spirit.

We trust in God.

We are called to be the Church:
to celebrate God’s presence,
to live with respect in Creation,
to love and serve others,
to seek justice and resist evil,
to proclaim Jesus, crucified and risen, our judge and our hope.
In life, in death, in life beyond death,
God is with us.

We are not alone.
Thanks be to God.


The United Church of Canada, General Council, 1968, alt.


AffirmUasymbolbigImmanuel is an “Affirming Congregation” committed to welcoming and supporting all people, regardless of race, class, gender, or sexual orientation.

An “Open Table”

When we gather around the communion table,
we gather as friends and neighbours,
as seekers and sojourners.
We gather, not with all the answers, but with our many questions,
our worries, our struggles, our hopes and our joys.
All are welcome at the table,
which belongs, not to us, but to our God.
It is open to all who seek to live as Jesus would have us live.
There is a place for you at this table,
whether you belong to this church,
or to another church, or to no church at all.
The will to ground your lives in the message and ministry of Jesus
and to receive the mercy offered at the table
is the only requirement for admission,
and even then, your will need not be perfect.
This table is a starting place for lives lived graciously in the world.

Truth & Reconciliation and Relationship

Immanuel has had a long association with the Raymond Flett congregation, a United Church congregation of Indigenous peoples, in the north end of Winnipeg. We try to maintain and strengthen a relationship with its members. As well we are committed to participating in the TRC Calls to Action through educational events in the congregation and participating in wider community events and actions.

Immanuel shows its colours in support of Truth and Reconciliation