Our Savior's Lutheran Church at Norse
THE HISTORY OF OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH AT NORSE The community of Norse began in 1854 when eight couples arrived from east Texas following the suggestion of Cleng Peerson, the “Father of Norwegian Immigration to America”. Cleng Peerson is buried in cemetery of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church and his grave site brings many visitors to Norse, including the King of Norway in 1984.
150th Anniversary Sesquicentennial Celebration
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in the Norse Community is excited to have you help us celebrate our 150 year Journey of Faith on June 9, 2019. Over the years, we have gathered many photos and we will be posting some of them here. To that end, we are asking all our members and friends and families to search out your own photos relating to Our Savior’s over time. Please send us photos and stories that we can use. You have a choice of delivery methods:
Fall Althing Meeting 2016 at Our Savior's