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First Lutheran Church (Albany, New York)
... First Lutheran Church is a Lutheran congregation in Albany, New York ... Founded in 1649 as Ebenezer Lutheran Church, First Lutheran is the oldest congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the only congregation in the ELCA to be founded while New York was under ... When the congregation was founded, it was a part of the Dutch settlement of New Netherlands it later adopted German and then English in 1808 for use during worship ...
Johann Smidt
... devout member of the Reformed church, then Bremen's state church, merged only in 1873 with Lutheran congregations to form today's Bremian Evangelical Church ... Also Bremen's Lutheran congregation, owning and using the Bremen Cathedral, experienced Smidt's steady badgering ... As burgomaster Smidt confiscated the considerable estates of the Lutheran congregation, arguing it would be a legal non-thing, null and void ...
Dickson, Alberta - History
... The Danish settlers first move was to organize a congregation of the Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Pella Congregation) ... Most of them were Lutheran and, in 1907, a new congregation was organized the Bethany Lutheran Congregation ... and dedicated, becoming the first Danish Lutheran Church in Western Canada ...
Coonalpyn, South Australia - History - Lutheran History of The Area
... A group of Lutheran Settlers moved to the Coonalpyn District in the early 1920s, the first congregation, Bethlehem Lutheran Congregation, being formed ... A second congregation, Immanuel Lutheran Congregation, was formed on 28 July 1940 ... In 1952, the two congregations conjointly decided to erect a church and move out of the old town institute ...

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