Discovering and Displaying Christ In Here and Out There

Immanuel Presbyterian Church • 9252 E. 22nd Street • Tucson, AZ 85710 • 520-296-2253

April 5, 2020 — Palm Sunday Worship Service ONLINE

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As a result of the latest COVID-19 precautions, Immanuel will continue to worship together online Sundays at 10:00 a.m. through May 3rd. If this time doesn’t work for you, you can enjoy the service anytime Sunday or throughout the week.

The Worship Service videos for past services will be available on each week’s Sermon page and on our YouTube channel. Also posted on each Sermon page will be a copy of the Service Bulletin, Sermon Transcript, and Bible Study for that week.

We’re here and we’re praying God’s blessings and protection upon you and our world!  —Pastor John


All Holy Week services will be available here on our website and on YouTube at “Immanuel Presbyterian Church Tucson.”

Friday, April 10th 
7:00 p.m. – Good Friday Tenebrae Service online

Sunday, April 12th
9:00 a.m.  –  Adult CE Class… moreZoom video conference
10:00 a.m. – EASTER Worship Service with Communion online

We will partake of Holy Communion at home this Easter in our online service. You are invited in your homes to have bread and juice with you before the service starts so that you may partake of the Lord’s Supper while watching the service online.


Our prayers for protection, provision, and perseverance remain with you and our world in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Session met last night in a zoom meeting and would like to update the congregation regarding Immanuel’s latest COVID-19 precautions.

Online only worship services at Immanuel have been extended through Sunday, May 3rd. Session will revisit this date upon our next meeting April 21st and communicate the latest updates to the church. The church campus continues to be closed to all non-essential meetings. Read more…


People come to church for lots of different reasons. Some come for the preaching, some come for the music. Some seek quiet time for personal reflection, and others appreciate a community of friends who have become family. Many are fed by book and Bible studies, and some long to reach out and help others.

We invite you to come visit us on a Sunday morning soon. Get in touch with your spiritual side — worship with us and attend a Christian Education class or a study group. We think Immanuel has what you and your family are looking for, and we would love to welcome you!

Pastor John Tittle. Photo.
Pastor John Tittle

The path of worship – honoring God.

The path of discipleship – learning and apprenticing the faith.

The path of hospitality – building relationships and bridges.

The path of mercy – caring for the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of the faith community and community at large.

The path of mission – sharing the good news locally and globally in word and deed.

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Alternative Worship Service

8:30 a.m.  temporarily suspended through May 3rd
Church Sanctuary
Music led by Immanuel’s Worship Band

Christian Education Classes

9:45 a.m.  temporarily suspended through May 3rd
Click here for class schedules.

Traditional Worship Service

11:00 a.m.  temporarily suspended through May 3rd
Church Sanctuary
Music led by choir, piano, and organ

All are welcome!

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Discovering and displaying Christ
in here and out there.


We at Immanuel proclaim and strive to live by the teachings of Jesus, the Scriptures, and the church that instructs us to love our neighbor who is created in God’s image, whether they be friend or foe, similar or distinct, or a different skin tone. God has given us and entrusted us with the ministry of reconciliation to transcend today’s heightened polarization in church and society. Brothers and sisters, let us continue to love one another with Christ’s love!

Grace and Peace,
Rev. Dr. John C. Tittle