In 1875, using land donated by William Bohls, a church building was dedicated for the Immanuel Lutheran Church. The building was a spired frame sanctuary. In 1909, a red brick edifice was built at a cost of $10,300. It was dedicated January 23, 1910. This red brick church was the sanctuary for the Immanueal Lutheran Church until it was destroyed by a fire on March 16, 1928.
The current brick structure was built following the fire and was dedicated on March 3, 1929. The Immanuel Lutheran Church dedication was attended by more than 1,000 people. The church and its pipe organ cost $43, 000 to build. This is the building that you can see now. Immanuel Lutheran Church has numerous activities and events and its Sunday Worship Services are at 8:30 am and 10:30 am.