Marked with the cross of Christ forever, we are claimed, gathered and sent for the sake of the world. This is the mission statement of the ELCA. — >more...

See what love the Father has given us, that we should be called children of God; and that is what we are.

1 John 3:1



February 2018

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Church Activities
  • What is a Lutheran Read more

  • How did the Lutheran Church begin? Read more

  • About the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Read more

  • 11 Reasons I'm proud to pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Read more

  • Basic Beliefs of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Read more

  • FELC 2015 Church Council Read more

  • FELC 20th Anniversary 1929 — 1979 Read more

Be sure to come visit us in Kimball NE

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church The First English Evangelical Lutheran Church was organized in January, 1929. Prior to that time, St. John's Lutheran Church was holding German Services and was connected with the Iowa Synod, a forerunner of the old ALC. There was a move within the Kimball community for English language Lutheran services.

Some of the members of St. John's, as well as other Lutherans from the community together with Pastor H. Stennfeld petitioned the Iowa Synod to support such a new mission venture, which resulted in the formation of a new congregation. Read more about the history of FELC Click here.

Worship Place & Time

First English Luthran Church


First English Lutheran Church
501 S. Webster Street
Kimball, NE, 69145

Worship Time

Sunday 9:00 a.m.

Worship Leader

Pastor Caryl Miller



  • Devotional Books “Portals of Prayer” (LP), and “Christ in our Home, also extra copies of “The Lutheran” magazine all available in the narthex.
  • Looking Forward Sunday Schedule
    • Worship and Communion—9:00 a.m.

Nebraska Synod ELCA Nebraska Synod



Member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America -Nebraska Synod