• The church cornerstone was laid Good Friday, April 14, 1854.  The building was completed and dedicated September 30, 1855.
  • German and English services were given until 1918.  On Communion Sunday the morning worship was in German, the evening service in English.
  • An annex was built in 1900 and a three manual pipe organ was installed.  The organ was the Roosevelt organ built for Robert H. Coleman, the Iron King.
  • Two new wings were added in 1919.  In 1963, a west wing was added.  Throughout the years additions and remodeling has been done to the building.
  • Throughout the church are displays, in various cabinets, of artifacts from the very beginning of the formation of the congregation.
  • A quilt given to the Rev. Dr. Wolff, first resident pastor, from the congregation is on permanent display through the generosity of the Wolff Family.
  • Books recording the earliest memories and transactions are in the archives, along with photos of confirmation classes and church activities.