Immanuel Lutheran Church
Immanuel means “God is with us”. Since the beginning of the 20th century, God has been guiding Immanuel Lutheran Church in the ministry of healing, restoration, and leading people into a personal relationship with Christ. Nurtured in God’s love, we experience God’s grace daily. Through many activities like Women’s circles, DAWG (3rd-6th grade), Confirmation (7th-9th grade), Luther League (9th-12th grade), Sunday School, and numerous other groups and activities, the Immanuel community experiences God daily.
Each weekend we give thanks to the Lord and His commitment to us through worship – 7:00 p.m. Saturday evening and 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning. Summer time Sunday morning services are at 9:00 a.m. Immanuel is a place where God is with us. We are found across the street from the school.
Immanuel Lutheran Church celebrated their 125th Anniversary in 2009 with many events of celebration and a cookbook was published with recipes from members, past members, friends and relatives. Cookbooks are still available at Security Bank, Hefner Oil, and the church office. You can also visit our website and learn more about our church or listen to sermons at: immanuellutherancoleridge.org.
Pastor Russell Lambert
Phone: (402) 283-4361
Pilgrim Congregation Church
Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ has a history that has its origin in the sharing together of Coleridge Methodist Church, Logan View Presbyterian Church, and Presbyterian Church of Coleridge. Since 1925 the current location has served for worship, education, fellowship, and special services of Pilgrim Congregational Church.
Pilgrim Congregational Church derives its name from the group of people from England who landed in the vicinity of Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts in 1619.
The early Pilgrims and their Congregational descendants placed special emphasis upon the autonomy of the local church, and a covenantal rather than a creedal relationship between local churches and churches of other denominations.
In 1957 Pilgrim Congregational Church added United Church of Christ to its name in support of the merger of The Evangelical and Reformed Church and The Congregational Christian Churches. Since that time the local church has continued to be active in The Nebraska Conference of The United Church of Christ. It has continued the tradition of ecumenical support, while retaining its own traditions of autonomy in a local church, an interdependence with other United Church of Christ congregations, freedom of worship, open communion, a belief in laity educated in the faith, and the importance of the historic Church.
The current schedule for worship is Sunday at 10:30 a.m. with open communion normally on the first Sunday of the month. Sunday School meets at 9:30 a.m. from September through May. Women’s Fellowship meets the first Wednesday of the month and provides other ministries throughout the year. The church also participates in the ecumenical services provided by Christians Caring.
St. Michael Catholic Church
The Catholic Church extends across all boundaries and gathers people together from every race, language, and way of life to form the one Body of Christ. Her mission is to make the presence of Jesus tangible in today’s world and to reveal to us what God is like. As a part of the Archdiocese of Omaha in union with the Pope in Rome, we the people of St. Michael’s Parish, recognize that while we are but a small part of the Church Universal we share in her mission to reveal the presence of God to everyone.
The name of our patron, St. Michael the Archangel, literally means: Who is like God? Our parish, being named after the Prince of the Heavenly Hosts, has the unique responsibility to show to the world – and in particular the community of Coleridge – what one “who is like God” really is like. We recognize that God, while being One, is a relationship of three divine
Persons united in a communion of love. This reality is at the heart of who we are as a parish: people from every walk of life united in a communion around the Eucharistic altar of the Lord Jesus.
Our current pastor is Rev. Owen Korte. Our pastor serves not only our parish but also at Holy Trinity in Hartington.
Our schedule of weekly masses are 7:00 p.m. Saturday at St. Michael’s and 9:00 a.m. Wednesday at Parkview Haven Nursing Home in Coleridge.
|Rev. Owen Korte
PO Box 278
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