United Lutheran Church

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United Lutheran Church

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This folder contains a note regarding a meeting with E. Sakrison in 1975, a congregational historical record, a 50th anniversary booklet, a written history of the church, a flyer for a 22 day Heritage tour, a church relations visit summary, a 75th anniversary bulletin, newspaper clipping, vitae for Thomas. H Dodd, and an installation bulletin of Thomas H. Dodd 1995.

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The United Lutheran Church of Eugene was organized on October 6, 1926 with 48 charter members. Pastoral care was requested of the Pacific Synod (ULCA), resulting in the call of Frank S. Beistel as the first pastor. A remodeled fraternity house became the house-chapel, providing worship and education facilities as well as a parsonage. On February 26, 1950 the cornerstone was laid for the new church. The growing congregation and enlarging ministry had created the need for additional properties and expansion of all facilities. In 1985 extensive remodeling was completed and additional parking provided.

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