Immanuel Lutheran Church

Grand Forks, North Dakota

Immanuel Lutheran Church
1710 Cherry Street
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Immanuel Baptist Church earliest records date back to August 18, 1901. The first church building was located at 420 Division and then 606 South 3rd Street (1902).

Records are available for baptisms, confirmations, marriages, deaths, and funerals. A Church History is available but does not contain Charter Members or early membership. Many German Lutherans in early Grand Forks were members.

Over the years from 1901-1951 Immanuel Lutheran began several new mission churches including: St. Matthews Lutheran Church in Thompson, ND (1934); Inkster Mission (1934); First Lutheran Church, East Grand Forks, MN (1944); and Redeemer Lutheran Church, Grand Forks (1950).

Former pastors include: A. F. Parge (1901-1908); L. Walper (1909-1912); H. F. Buegel (1913-1932); Theodore E. Dorpat (1932-1945); Mehl (1945-1952); Wangerin (1952-1954); Fritz (1954-1967); Hartfield (1967-1972); Schmidt (1973-1979); and Reiman (1979-1987). Rev. John Walter has been pastor since 1987.


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