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Built in 1951, the Lutheran Church is part of the Missouri Synod. The property has an accepted offer and has been on the market for $135,000 for almost two months.
Phone calls have been made to the Southern Wisconsin District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, Tom Guziewcz, and Rev. Neil Carlson, of Christ the King Lutheran in Racine to get more information.
The Southern Wisconsin District of the Lutheran Church has a church directory referring people to Prince of Peace Lutheran, 4640 Six Mile Road. While Prince of Peace Lutheran has guest pastors, it has been without a pastor for more than a year.