Building Updates


Building Update – February 1, 2019

An update from the Building Taskforce (as published in the February First Word Newsletter): We are actively managing a couple of different projects related to the sanctuary. The first is stability. As communicated previously, horizontal supports were put in place late...

Building Updates – January 11

Last week we began our new worship pattern in the carriage house behind the church. Thank you to everyone who helped set up and prepare the space for worship! We are grateful to return to a more stable schedule for worship and education. We will continue to make...

January Worship Schedule

Beginning the first weekend in January: worship services will be held in the Carriage House, located directly behind the First Lutheran building. You are welcome (and encouraged) to park in the FLC parking lot. Please consider leaving the parking spaces in the alley...

January Worship & Education Space Updates

Dear First Lutheran family, Merry Christmas! We hope you enjoyed time with family and friends as we celebrate the birth of our savior. Sunday, Dec. 30 at 9 a.m. will be our last worship service at Noble Recital Hall in the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music at Luther College....

Building Updates & Christmas Worship

Dear First Lutheran Family, Several things have been happening since our decision last week to close our sanctuary and fellowship hall due to structural concerns with the building. Building Task Force & Next Steps Task force: We appointed a task force, led by Troy...

December Worship & Education Updates

Dear First Lutheran Family, We are, first and foremost, a community of faith that gathers around God’s Word and Christ’s table for nourishment in our lives of faith. We are committed to sustaining our worship life while we face discernment about our church building....

FLC Building in the News

Read more about our situation as it is being reported in local news: TOP STORY: First Lutheran Church is Closing its Sanctuary due to Building Stability Concerns

IMPORTANT – News Regarding our FLC Building

Dear First Lutheran Family, Over the last months, we have been monitoring cracks in our sanctuary walls and balcony, and recently consulted with a structural engineer from the IIW firm in Dubuque to determine whether the cracks are cosmetic or structural in nature....

Stabilization Progress

Stabilization Progress

Stabilization Progress

Stabilization Progress

Stabilization Progress

Stabilization Progress

Stabilization Progess