Lutheran Church built in 1886

Immanuel Lutheran Church

Immanuel Congregation was officially organized at a meeting held January 4, 1883, at the home of Kristoffer Nummedal.  The congregation was called the “Immanuel-Norsk-Evangelical Lutheran Congregation.” 

Before the present church was built in 1899, the congregation met for worship in homes or in various granaries, whoever had one empty with sufficient space.  The church basement was added in 1922.  The present sacristy, chancel extension and restrooms were added in 1966.

Immanuel remained unaffiliated with any Synod until 1902 when it joined with “Den Forenede Kirke” (The United Norwegian Lutheran Church in America).  This Synod merged in 1917 to become the Norwegian Lutheran Church in America, later called the Evangelical Lutheran Church.  Immanuel partnered with DeLamere as a parish in the 1960s.

Rural DeLamere, Two miles south of Highway # 13 on 147th Ave (Sargent County Road # 14)

Worship Schedule:

  • Sundays Worship: 11:00 am


  • Rick Bryant, Lay Minister



  • Council meets 3rd Wednesday every month
  • WELCA meets 1st Wednesday of every month