Our Church Building
"For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them."
~ Matthew 18:20
Built in the late 1960's, and dedicated in October of 1969, our church building has been our congregation's center of worship and ministry for over fifty years. Our building features a sanctuary, fellowship hall, full kitchen, offices, nursery and an educational wing. On April 3rd of 1983, our stained glass windows were dedicated for our church's sanctuary, and continue to grace us with light and color each Sunday morning. Our beautiful 1888 Alexander Mills tracker pipe organ originally belonged to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and was later moved to the Evangelical Covenant Church of Cheyenne in 1953. Our church acquired the organ as a gift from the Midwest Covenant Conference in 1989, and it was dedicated on March 23rd of that year.
The bell tower - one of our building's most distinct features - uses the bell from our original church building that was located on 11th and N Streets in Aurora, NE. Original stained glass windows from the old church building are also featured in our narthex.
Our church building and sanctuary are ADA accessible, and we have an ADA restroom available for visitors.
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