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  • Phone: (239) 261-0894
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  • Mailing Address: 777 Mooring Line Dr. Naples, FL 34102


What We Believe

We are a congregation of the 

Emmanuel Lutheran Church confesses the Triune God — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. In our preaching and teaching Emmanuel trusts the Gospel as the power of God for the salvation of all who believe.


Emmanuel's teaching or theology serves the proclamation and ministry of our faith. We do not have an answer for all questions, not even all religious questions. Teaching or theology prepares us to be witnesses in speech and in action of God’s rich mercy in Jesus Christ.


Scriptures, Creeds, and Confessions


Our Confession of Faith identifies the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments (commonly called the Bible); the Apostles’, Nicene and Athanasian Creeds; and the Lutheran confessional writings in the Book of Concord as the basis for our teaching. We make the same affirmation in our governing documents, and our pastors promise to preach and teach in accordance with these teaching sources. This Confession of Faith is more than just words in an official document. Every Sunday in worship our congregation hears God’s word from the Scriptures, prays as Jesus taught and comes to the Lord’s Table expecting to receive the mercies that the Triune God promises. Throughout the week Emmanuel members continue to live by faith, serving others freely and generously in all that they do because they trust God’s promise in the Gospel. In small groups and at sick beds, in private devotions and in daily work, this faith saturates all of life.


Teaching for a Life of Faith


This connection to all of life is the clearest demonstration of the authority that the canonical Scriptures, the ecumenical Creeds and the Lutheran Confessions have at Emmanuel. The Holy Spirit uses these witnesses to create, strengthen and sustain faith in Jesus Christ and the life we have in him. That life-giving work continues every day, as Martin Luther explained in the Small Catechism: the Holy Spirit “calls, gathers, enlightens and sanctifies the whole Christian church on earth and preserves it in union with Jesus Christ in the one true faith.”