History of St. Luke Lutheran:
The first recorded meeting for a Streeter Lutheran congregation was November 15, 1907, with Pastor H. Nagel presiding. At a meeting held March 15, 1908, a building committee was established and the name St. Luke was adopted. The congregation became incorporated October 23, 1908. On March 1, 1942, it was voted to affiliate with the American Lutheran Church. Raising money for a new church was started in September 1943. On October 3, 1948, the corner stone was laid and on October 9, 1949, the present church was dedicated. In 1988, the American Lutheran Church combined with the Lutheran Church in America and the Association of Evangelical Lutheran Churches and became known as the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. After becoming a parish, with the support of former members, the congregation and our WELCA, we have been blessed to be able to keep our church updated and services continuing.
Making certain services are accessible to everyone is important to St. Luke. To help with this, St. Luke is handicap accessible, with chair lifts that go from the main door up to the sanctuary, and down to the fellowship hall.
St. Luke 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.