Starting in the 1990's there was concern about accessibility and eventually in 2003 by a congregational vote it was decided to build at a new location. Property was purchased and the building program started. Immanuel-Trinity dedicated the new 18,700 square foot FamilyLifeCenter in April, 2006. This was phase I of the planned "Building for the Future".
During the Spring of 2009, with a congregational vote, it was decided to transistion all the worship services to our new site at 20 Wisconsin American Drive. The orginal facility and property at 40 East Division Street were then put up for sale. This property is located on the corner of Portland and East Division Street in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
Currently, Immanuel-TrinityLutheranChurch is made up of nearly 1250 baptized members from all walks of life. Nearly 31% of the congregation is younger than 25 years of age. Nearly 19% of the congregation is over 65 years of age. The central missions of the congregation focus on Christian Education for children and adults alike.
The Family Life Center which then was remamed as Immanuel-Trinity Lutheran Church and the future church are located in the eastern area of Fond du Lac at 20 Wisconsin American Drive. This is several blocks behind the well known Aurora Heath Clinic.
Immanuel-Trinity Lutheran Church's Church Staff works very hard to serve our congregation and our community.
The business of the congregation is handled by the Church Council, which meets on the last Tuesday of each month.
Immanuel-Trinity Lutheran Church is committed to serving the people of the wider community of which we are a part. In addition to opening our worship and education programs to anyone wishing to participate, the congregation reaches out to others through the Boy Scout Troop 701 which was chartered at Immanuel-Trinity Lutheran Church in 1996, and through active participation in serving meals at the Loaves and Fishes community program, Solution Center (homeless shelter for women and children), the Salvation Army, the Fond du Lac Area Food Pantry, and ELCA World Hunger.