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Immanuel Presbyterian Church
3300 Wilshire Blvd.
Immanuel Presbyterian Church was founded on September 3, 1888. For over a century, Immanuel has left its gentle and devoted mark on the hearts and souls of thousands of Southern Californians of all races, backgrounds and lifestyles.
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"It's a meaningful experience for the ...
"It's a meaningful experience for the entire church," said Elizabeth O'Neill, pastor of Immanuel Presbyterian.
"We miss the challenge of that this time, but we had to look at the practicality of it," O'Neill
The reading is done with a person usually reading for 30 minutes (sometimes more) and passing off to someone else, kind of like a relay team, O'Neill
Anyone that can read can participate.That has led to around 75 people taking on shifts.
"Everyone is just celebrating the living word among us," O'Neill
said on April 7 the congregation will wrap up the reading.They will start at 8 a.m. and continue until the last line of Revelations is spoken.She
encourages anyone who wants to attend to come whether they want to read or simply come and listen.
Three Presbyterian ministers share leadership in effort to boost liberal vote in election - 11/1/06
Elizabeth O'Neill, pastor of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Montgomery, Ala., a congregation that is affiliated with the Covenant Network of Presbyterians, an activist group for ordaining homosexuals and same-gender marriages.Of the other two leadership members, one is identified by his pseudonym - "Faithful Progressive" - because, the alliance says, Faithful, who says he is the John Kerry Internet Town Meeting Organizer, gets into some sensitive legal problems.
Phelps Group Protests in Alabama
Rev. Elizabeth O'Neill, pastor of Immanuel said, "Silence is the worst response to a demonstration of hate.
Gay Today: World
Reverend Elizabeth O'Neill, pastor of Immanuel, said:
"Silence is the worst response to a demonstration of hate.We will not be silent!We are going to sing out!Our gathering reflects and honors the diversity of our state and of our world.We lift our voices and our songs offer praise to our Creator God, whose steadfast love and mercy extends to all of God's children; the same God who calls each one of us to love one another."
Tolerance.org: Harmony Over Hate
"As a faith community, I felt we should have some response that did not support, but also did not confront, what [Phelps] was doing," said Elizabeth O'Neill, pastor of Immanuel Presbyterian.
was "ecstatic" about Sunday's large turnout and hopes the momentum will continue.