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Oldest Lutheran Churches

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Oldest Lutheran Churches by Ethnic Heritage

German: Augustus Lutheran Church in Trappe, PA [1730 organized, 1743 church built]
Danish: Emmaus Lutheran Church in Racine, WI [1851]
Swedish: First Lutheran Church in Lockridge, IA [1846]
Norweigan: Fox River Lutheran Church in Sheridan, IL [1839]
Finnish: Jacobsville Lutheran Church in Jacobsville, MI [1886]

Honorable Mention:
German- Old Zion Lutheran Church in Philadelphia, PA [1742 organized, 1766 church built]


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