On March 13, 1938, a group of disciples organized St. Luke’s Lutheran Church. The first worship service was held at the old Polfus house, here in New Richmond. Later, St. Luke’s moved to their first Congregational Church building, which is now a dance studio. St. Luke’s current facility is on the west side of New Richmond, across the street from Westfield’s Hospital. We celebrate God’s Word and Sacraments in a sanctuary built by our members in 1986. In March of 2014, our faith family celebrated 75 years of God’s faithfulness. To this day, God has certainly led us, forming disciples to be Christ’s healing hands. God has certainly blessed our growth! What started as a house church in 1938 moved to two different sites before arriving at our current worship site – and even that facility has sprawled! What began as a 15 household faith family now boasts 413 households! As our community has grown, so has our faith family! Even today, God continues to bless us with more and more fresh faces. Beyond facility and number, God has walked with St. Luke’s, blessing her with a number of faithful pastors, workers, and staff members, and continues to bring faithful disciples in mission together. We continue to hear God’s Word, learn it well, discern what He’s doing in our midst, join in His work, and celebrate His promises!