Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church
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Who We Are
Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church is a Christian community dedicated to growing the personal faith of its members, strengthening the support and connection between its members, and becoming a religious resource in its urban neighborhood surroundings.
Gustavus Adolphus continues to thrive through a foundation of service to Christ and a commitment to spiritual development and outreach.
ALL are welcome and loved--No exceptions!
Sunday 9 AM (Abbreviated, Informal Communion Service)
Sunday 11 AM (Full Liturgy, Communion Service)
The church was organized on Nov. 2, 1865 under the leadership of two traveling missionaries. 48 people were in attendance. The congregation was named in honor of Gustavus II Adolphus, kind of Sweden from 1611-1632. He was a devout protestant and a foresighted leader who developed Sweden's educational system and economic resources.
Today, the congregation is in a period of renewal and growth. With well-executed liturgy and an emerging ministry for young professionals, under the leadership of Rev. Christopher Mietlowski, Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church has experienced steady growth over its most recent years.