St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church

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St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church

St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, or Iglesia Luterana San Pedro, is a church located in the Walker's Point neighborhood of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

History

St. Peter's congregation (Evangelisch Lutherischen St. Peters Gemeinde) was founded February 14, 1860 by German immigrants. The congregation is affiliated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).

The current church building was designed by architect Andrew Elleson in Italianate Gothic style and built in 1885. It features landmark spires of unequal height. An accompanying school building was designed by architect John Rugee and was constructed in 1879.

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  • LORAN PETERSON
    LORAN PETERSON commented
    I live in Lancaster, Ohio. Much to see....architecturally. Blocks 12 and 13...historic district....the GEORGIAN, SHERMAN HOUSE, then the Reese Peters Decorative Arts' Center...on Main hill....! Come visit us.
    about 5 years ago via Mobile