Thanks for coming to the website of Immanuel Orthodox Presbyterian Church. We would love to have you visit us in person and if you do, you will find we are people just like you — sinners in need of the Savior. “For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh but made alive in the spirit.” (1 Peter 3:18) Our faith leads us to tell the old, old story of Jesus and his love. Because of that, we look forward to the Lord’s Day and enjoy worshiping Him in the Reformed tradition without modern trends. We are firm believers in the sovereignty of God and know that God is working all things together for our good. Outreach is one of our main jobs so we would like to talk to you more about Jesus. We would love to have you come and share in the goodness that He has shown us in Christ.
In Christ, Neil Lodge
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)
Thanksgiving Food Drive
On Thursday,November 28th, Delsea Regional High School in Franklinville, NJ will be performing a “Soup Kitchen” for neighborhood families in need. Over the next three Sundays (November 10th, 17th and 24th), we are seeking to collect any of the following items: frozen turkeys, boxed stuffing, boxed mashed potatoes, gravy packets, canned corn and string beans, canned sweet potatoes, canned cranberry sauce, canned soda/iced tea, and desserts. If you have gently used clothes, blankets, coats, or shoes to donate, they are welcomed, as well. If you would rather donate cash, that is also an option. Everything will be collected on Sunday, November 28th and brought over to Delsea the following week, so they can prepare meals. If you have any questions, please see Elder Davis or Deacon Betts.
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 at 9:30 am in Fellowship Hall. This annual event is sponsored by the Board of Trustees to honor the women of Immanuel OPC.
The Men's Annual Dinner was held on April 6th at 6:00pm. This year's theme was Boardwalk Eats.
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 at 6pm. 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 members of Immanuel OPC sang Christmas carols with one of our Shut-Ins and other members of a nearby senior rehab center on Friday, December 21st. Afterwards, we had a time of fellowship and refreshments.
Christmas Covered Dish
Fidelis had their annual Christmas Covered Dish on Thursday, December 20th at 6:30pm in Fellowship Hall. It also included a Yankee Swap.
The Trustees had their second Fellowship Dinner, on Friday, September 10th, 2018 at 5:00pm a the Philly Diner in Runnemede, NJ.