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About English Lutheran

History of English Lutheran:

ELC1920  The formal organization of English Lutheran Church happened in 1920. The first services were held in the rented German Reform Church, with Rev. Hans H. Groth as the preacher. This church was later purchased and moved to the location of the present church. In 1947, an addition was added to the south end. The narthex was added to the north side of the church in 1976. A handicap accessible fellowship hall was built in 1995. ELC1948

Despite some financial hardships in the past, English Lutheran Church has been blessed with the support of members, both former and current. This support has allowed us to keep our church updated, and has blessed us with the ability to continue teaching God’s Word and serving our community.



English Lutheran wants to make their services available to everyone. We are handicap accessible through the south doors of the Fellowship Hall, which allows easy access to the Narthex and Sanctuary.

Baby changing stations are available in both the women’s and men’s restrooms in the Fellowship Hall for those with babies/young children.

We offer an extensive library of Christian books and movies. This library is located in two separate locations:

  • In the Fellowship Hall, books and movies for adults and teenagers are available to check-out.
  • In the Sunday School room in the basement, books and movies are available for children to check-out.

We hope to have a complete listing of all available books/movies on this page soon. Please check back.

English Lutheran has a large fellowship hall. This hall is available for rent. Please contact Pastor Ryan if you are in need of this space for your event.