The Lutheran Church and Canadian culture : inaugural address delivered in St. John's Lutheran Church, Waterloo, Ontario, October 4, 1922 by Dr. H. T. Lehmann, President of Waterloo College and Seminary
- Lehmann, H. T., Author
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- Text of the inaugural address presented by Helmut T. Lehmann, President of Waterloo College and Seminary, at St. John's Lutheran Church.
- St. John's Lutheran Church (1837-2018) in Waterloo, Ontario was a member of the Eastern Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. The congregation was formed in 1837, and a modest church was built in uptown Waterloo, at the modern-day intersection of King and Bridgeport Streets. The congregation eventually outgrew the building, and in 1883 a new church was constructed on the same plot of land. On October 31, 1959, a devastating fire destroyed the church. The congregation chose to rebuild at 22 Willow Street in Waterloo, and the new church was dedicated on October 14, 1962.
In 2018, St. John's Lutheran Church merged with St. Mark's Lutheran Church and Reformation Lutheran Church to form Trillium Lutheran Church, a worship community of the Eastern Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. Trillium Lutheran Church is located in the former St. John’s Lutheran Church building at 22 Willow Street in Waterloo, Ontario.
- Board of Governors, Waterloo College and Seminary
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- Waterloo, Ont.
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Width: 15.5 cm
Height: 23.5 cm
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- St. John's Lutheran Church (Waterloo, ON) fonds
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Latitude: 43.4668 Longitude: -80.51639
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