In the 1970’s, a group of believers put an Ad in the local paper saying, “I found it,” along with a phone number that folks could call. Many people called to ask what it was they found, to see if it was an item they lost, only to hear a message that they found Jesus, and He changed their life forever!
If you are reading this note, you have stumbled upon a small, friendly church, where God’s people worship and fellowship together. It is a loving place, where you can grow and feel cared for, a place where you will be fed spiritually and use the gifts God has given you. But what sets us apart from so many other churches may be summarized in the words Jesus spoke in Matthew 22:37-40, which say: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments depend all the Law and the Prophets.” The instructions are clear... Vertically we are called to love and worship the Lord our God, and then horizontally, to love one another. This is our mission and singular purpose, here at Immanuel OPC!
Pastor Joseph P. Trombetta
On October 2nd, 1938, the doors of Immanuel Presbyterian Church were opened. On May 13th, 1942, the church received affiliation with the Presbytery of New Jersey as a particular congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, becoming known as Immanuel Orthodox Presbyterian Church. Over 70 years later, Immanuel OPC maintains the Biblical truths found in the Reformation and summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith.
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Ministries and Organizations
Immanuel OPC strives to serve the Lord by having active ministries for care and outreach to our members as well as to shut-ins and those that need faithful assistance and service.
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. (Psalms 119:105)
Day of Prayer and Fasting
On Wednesday, May 27th, the Session of Immanuel OPC is calling for a day of prayer and fasting. From sunrise to sunset, we are asking the members and friends of Immanuel to refrain from eating meals. If you are unable to abstain the whole time, we are asking that you refrain for at least one meal, using that time to pray and focus on the goodness of the LORD in the midst of all that is happening in the world.
The 35th Annual Men's Dinner was to be held on Saturday, April 4th in Fellowship Hall, but it was cancelled due to the NJ Stay-at-Home Guidelines.
Spring Clean Up
Our Annual Spring Clean Up was scheduled for Saturday, March 28th. We performed lawn care of the church and manse.
Immanuel OPC held a Christmas Party for the entire congregation on Saturday, December 14th at the church. Part of the festivities included a "White Elephant/Yankee Swap" and singing Christmas carols.
The members of Immanuel OPC went Christmas caroling on the evening of Friday, December 20th at the Virtual Rehab Center in Voorhees, then fellowshipped together with refreshments.
Thanksgiving Food Drive
On Thursday, November 28th, Delsea Regional High School in Franklinville, NJ performed a “Soup Kitchen” for neighborhood families in need. Frozen turkeys, boxed stuffing, boxed mashed potatoes, gravy packets, canned corn and string beans, canned sweet potatoes, canned cranberry sauce, gently used clothes, blankets, and coats, were donated, We were also able to purchase 23 pies to add to the feast
Ladies Spring Banquet
The Fidelis Spring Banquet is an annual event. The Ladies met again at Kunkel's Seafood & Steakhouse on Wednesday, May 29th. Select the button below for more information.
Annual Ladies Breakfast
The Annual Ladies Breakfast was held on June 15th in Fellowship Hall. This annual event is sponsored by the Board of Trustees to honor the women of Immanuel OPC.
NJ Women's Presbyterial
The Spring Presbyterial meeting was held at Immanuel OPC in West Collingswood, NJ on Saturday, April 27th. Laurie Tricarico, former OPC Missionary to Uganda, was the guest speaker.
Reformation Day Service
A joint Reformation Day Service was held on Sunday, November 2nd. The service will be at Covenant Presbyterian Church, located at 520 S Kings Highway in Cherry Hill, NJ. Rev. William Shishko from Franklin Square, NY was the guest preacher.
The Trustees had their second Fellowship Dinner, on Friday, September 10th, 2018 at the Philly Diner in Runnemede, NJ.