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St. Paul Lutheran Church of Minden, NE was built in 1884 at a cost of $1500.
The structure is 40'X24'. The bell tower reaches 54', and is 8'X8' around.
The church was established by German immigrants and recognized as a Lutheran Church. It was received as a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in 1895. Services were conducted in German until World War I when they were changed to English.

A new church was built north of this church in 1951, and this church was moved to Pioneer Village in Minden, being purchased by Harold Warp.
Non-denominational Sunday services are conducted here June through September. The original congregation holds Christmas Day Communion services in the church every year. ------ Janette Kuehn

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